|FROM “BUSH BUNNY BRENDA“|
DATE: FEBRUARY 13, 2021
TWO INFANTS WILL JOIN OUR FAMILY ON MONDAY
Friday, Feb. 12th, I received a call stating that a baby girl twin, and an unrelated orphaned baby boy, should be released from the hospital on Monday and they definitely needed our expert care. This meant our staff had to switch into high gear to prepare places for them.
The baby girl’s mother is not healthy, and she is unable to care for both twins. The little orphaned boy, almost 1 year old, was admitted for severe malnutrition and neglect. Still VERY fragile, these 2 infants will stay with us until Social Services deems otherwise.
Twin baby girl held by fragile Mom (right side of photo)
YOUR PRAYERS ARE GREATLY NEEDED for these 2 little “fighters” for they are truly strong in spirit. I will get you names and updated photos next week. BOTH BABIES NEED SPONSORS at $40/month, as costs are rising for raising an infant.
Thanks for helping us save the innocent. For they are precious in God’s sight.
HEAVY RAINS THIS WEEK DAMPEN ALL ACTIVITIES BUT FARMERS HAPPY!
Only minimal work was done this week due to heavy morning rains and lots of mud. Our roads are only dirt, so we sing “slip sliding away” a lot around here.
Our 3 Amigos eye a large mud puddle just outside their home.
Our children had activities on our concrete basketball court when the morning rains temporarily stopped as you can see at this link https://youtu.be/bNqRlk1qqaA or by clicking the photo, below. Water, mud, and kids left our Foster Mothers with extra washing that somehow dried, thanks to to windy weather.
Games on basketball court when ground is muddy.
The corn and rice fields around us are flourishing as you can see in these 2 photos. Food takes priority over all else in the rainy season, so we are thankful for the right amount of rain at the right time.
Corn is growing tall and strong this year.
Rice fields flourishing with all this rain.
BUSH BUNNY BRENDA LANGE
AND THE BALAMA STAFF