Stacy never give up

Conny Shamu
Posted January 27, 2020 from Netherlands
Stacy and her mom
Stacy and her mom (1/4)

Years ago Samuel visits his grandmother in Nairobi when he sees a small girl sitting on the floor next to his grandma's house.

He greets her but she never responded, so Samuel went on his knees to face her.

When he was on his knees a lady showed up and explained that the girl on the floor was Stacy.

Stacy was born with no oxygen in her brain but doctors saved her life.

But in a country like Kenya, they hide children like Stacy Samuel was so sad to see this and ask if it was oke to let her check in the hospital to see if we can do something to make her life better

Stacy was diagnosed with epileptic attacks sometimes 4 a day.

Samuel called me and explained about this beautiful young girl Stacy.

The next day we arranged a checkup in Nairobi hospital the outcome some weeks later was so hopeful in our ears, they told us that there s medication for her attacks and if Stacy got the wright therapy there was a big change that she can learn to walk but first her muscles must getting stronger.

I jumped on my computer and start looking for a sponsor for our Stacy and yes we found one beautiful lady in holland.

Till now Stacy improved so much, she almost gets no attacks anymore and she can stand straight on her feet if she keeps this strength going they can start learning how to walk.

They also gonna learn Stacy how to eat all by herself, if she can handle that part she can go to a special school.

We continuing to give Stacy the therapy she needs so she can join the school for children with special needs.

 

 

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Anita Shrestha
Jan 27
Jan 27

Dear Sis
Thank you for sharing

Jill Langhus
Jan 27
Jan 27

Hi Conny,

How are you doing? Aw, sweet Stacy. How lovely. Thanks for sharing this inspirational story about the power of love. I'm so glad to hear that you were able to help her. Please keep us posted on her progress, dear.

Conny Shamu
Feb 01
Feb 01

Hello Jill
I,m oke thank you for asking , how are you.
Thank you for the nice words
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Jill Langhus
Feb 03
Feb 03

You're welcome, dear.

I'm doing well, thanks.

You're very welcome.

Hope you have a great week!

Elizabeth Ziro
Jan 27
Jan 27

You are God sent. I wish little Stacy good health and long life. Keep us posted on her progress. Remain blessed

Conny Shamu
Feb 01
Feb 01

Thank you, sister Elizabeth, for the nice words.
Wish you a nice day

Felicitas Wung
Jan 27
Jan 27

Oh little Stacy. I wish u all the best.

Conny Shamu
Feb 01
Feb 01

Thank you sister

Hello, Conny,

Oh, my! I love Stacy already. I am so fond of children having special needs because I am raising one. My son is nonverbal with hypotonia, and perhaps epilepsy, too ( the development pedia suggested to have him tested but we haven't pursued that yet). He has Global Developmental Delay.

I am so glad there is much support for Stacy. Thank you for finding a sponsor for her. I could attest raising a child with special needs is truly expensive. Please hug Stacy for me.

Conny Shamu
Feb 01
Feb 01

Dear Karen
So much proud of you for guiding your son.
If you are on FB you can check https://www.facebook.com/CWDphilippines/
Hope they can help your sweet boy
Stay strong your not alone.

Aww. Thank you, Conny. Wow, thank you for this link. I appreciate you so much!
Have a great day!

Lisbeth
Jan 27
Jan 27

Dear Conny,
Thanks for coming to the aid of Stacy. With the mother alone it must not been easy to take care her. Your helping hand will help the mother a lot.
Well done! Hope you are having a good week ahead.
Lizzy

Conny Shamu
Feb 01
Feb 01

Hello dear Lizzy
Most of the time parents don't know what to do they feel shame because the people around them tell them that a kid like that is cursed and it's their fault
So happy that the mom of Stacy is not ashamed anymore and with our support she goes for it.
thank you for the nice words

lizzymark
Jan 30
Jan 30

Such a beautiful spirit.Thanks sis for helping her,grace I pray. Thanks for shearing

Conny Shamu
Feb 01
Feb 01

Thank you, Sister Lizzy

Regards Conny

Anita Kiddu Muhanguzi

Hi Conny,
How are you. Hope you are doing well. This is such an inspirational story and I am glad that it has a beautiful ending. Thank you for helping Stacy, God will surely reward all of you. Keep us posted on her progress.
Have a lovely day.

Conny Shamu
Feb 01
Feb 01

Hi Anita

Thank you for the nice words.
We keep doing our best to help children like Stacy

regards Conny