Forever Family Friday week 22 – Angelo
Do I need to be married? Do I need to own my own home? Do I need to complete a certain level of education? Do I need to be a certain age, or have a certain income level? These are questions we hear over and over and the answers are: no, no, no and no! What DO you need? You just simply need to LOVE. You need to have an open heart and an open home. You need to be willing to take a little time and seek support for a specific need that your child might have. You need to be willing to parent. You need to fight for your child. This is about the care of a human being that will look to you for love, guidance and direction. I’ll say it again (and again and again) every kid is one loving adult away from being a success story! The resources are abundant to answer most of your questions, and if you have more, DM me! DM our foundation (@MIHFoundation). I can’t promise we will have the answers but we can point you in the right direction.
Please meet Angelo. He needs love. He needs and open heart and an open home. He needs someone to champion for him and seek out the best for him. Can that be you? Can it be your neighbor or your relative? Angelo is sweet, lovable and 9 years old from Florida. He is content with quite time, playing on his tablet or reading a book, especially in a cozy corner in his room. He loves to play outside and has an interest in cars. Although Angelo is not able to communicate verbally, he does understand everything around him and is able to communicate in other ways. He is happy to express himself by pointing to specific things he wants and he can let his dislikes be known as well.
The perfect family for Angelo is one who is patient, nurturing and willing to take the necessary steps to learn how to meet his needs and advocate for him and care for him while celebrating his accomplishments along the way. Can that be you? Could your life be the one that gets to be blessed with his sweet self? For more information please contact @HeartGalleryTPA 813-314-2021Kismis Ink Photography