Saving His Sparrows

Saving His Sparrows
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Thursday, February 28, 2013

The Agony of a Child... | Reece's Rainbow Waiting Child

Have you ever seen a child in prison?

If not, please take a look...

Sweet Jason is behind bars...

He is TIED to the bed rails...


Can you see his agony and distress?

Rocking, Rocking, Twisting, Turning...

But still he is not free...


Poor Jason lives in an institution...

He has been deprived of the love and cuddles...

The hugs and kisses...

The opportunity to play and explore and learn...

This sensory deprivation and lack of love have led him to stimulate himself in any way he can...

By rocking and twisting and turning...

And by hitting himself...

HARD...

You can see the bruise on his head in the picture below...


He is tied to protect him from himself...

And to keep him controlled since there aren't enough caregivers to keep up with such an active boy if he were on the loose...

Poor, sweet, child...

He needs therapy to help him cope and heal...

To help him maximize his potential...

He needs someone to believe in him and give him a chance...

A chance to know the joy of freedom and love!

It will not be easy...

But he is worth it...

His live matters...

He is a REAL child...

With a REAL heart...

That is STARVED for love and stimulation..

Jason (1)

Oh how he needs a chance!

You can read Jason's profile HERE.
You can learn more about the adoption process HERE.

Jason has a wonderful advocate who shared these videos and some of this information...
She has recently blogged about a fundraiser giveaway for him!
You can visit her blog HERE for details.

Jason (1)

Please pray for Jason!

He DESPERATELY needs a family!

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No post is complete without Emmitt...

Emmitt 2013 (2)

Please continue to pray for him to be able to have a family too!


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You can learn more about Reece's Rainbow or view other waiting children on their website at:  http://reecesrainbow.org/

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