The Operation WANA Thank You and Recap. **hearts bursting everywhere**

Here is the comment that started it all:

MODG, here is another stat for you since there is only one or two other ones:
We have $37 and some change in our checking account.  We have already borrowed $ from our 2yo daughter’s savings acct.  Rent is due the 15th.  Hubby’s paycheck won’t cover rent + bills.  We are heading to the pawn shop tomorrow to see what we can get for some jewelry to get us through until he gets his quarterly commission check the 10th (ish) of January.

Catherine

And it broke my heart. This comment was left on a very sarcastic post and well  before WANA was created. And little did she know, what a huge movement she would start.

We privately offered to help as well as did a friend of mine. It wasn’t much but there wasn’t a question about it. And from there grew the most important thing that has ever come from this blog. Yep, more important than all of my MS Paint drawings put together.

So this is a small thank you from a select handful of those who have been helped. And I really wanted to share it with all of you. I hope this reminds us all (me included) to help those who need it as often as we can, and not just around the holidays.

 

Let’s start with Catherine who sent us a Christmas card that I’ll probably keep until the end of time (2012).

My children had a wonderful Christmas thanks to you and Michelle.  I have included a few pictures of them with one of the things we bought with the gift card you sent us.  I hope your family’s Christmas was as wonderful as you made ours. 
Catherine

Rachel’s Need:

my husband has been unemployed for over a year now and I’m a stay at home mom (that can’t find a job either.) and last year i wrote letters like this to everyone and never even got a response. i feel a little silly writing this because I’m sure there are people worse off than we are. I’m expecting any day to get a foreclosure letter from the bank and the only reason we are still in this house at all is my in laws are paying the electric/water/phones/etc… while my parents give me a weekly “allowance” of $50 for groceries (not counting meat which they also give me) for our family of 4 (+a dog and a cat). there haven’t been many extras around here this year, but we have learned to love the library and I’ve couponed like those crazy people you see on tv. my boys are 3 and almost 2 (jan birthday) so they are young enough that they don’t know what’s going on but that doesn’t make it any easier. last year we did manage to get about $40 extra for gifts which you would be amazed at how far that will go at dollar general :) and i know that some how this year there will be gifts under the tree because my parents wouldn’t have it any other way, but i know that every dollar they give us is one less that they have and they live pretty much paycheck to paycheck. and now that I’ve written this all out the tears are streaming down my face because its not easy to “say” out loud that you have a need.
as i read back through i do want to clarify, when the foreclosure notice comes (and it will, it’s been almost a year since we’ve paid the mortgage and every time we try to talk to the bank they say they’ll call us back) we won’t be homeless. we have a plan to move in with my parents which won’t be easy and we keep putting it off in hopes of a miracle.
thank you in advance and thank you modg for bringing all these wonderful people together.

Rachel’s Thank You:

I am so amazed and grateful to everyone that helped us out. thank you so much for starting this. i can’t wait until we are in a position to be able to pass this forward. here are a couple pictures of my boys Christmas morning. they’re not great, but it’s what I’ve got on the computer right now :)
Rachel

Shari’s Need:


I don’t even know where to start. I have never asked for help before, but times are tough. My friends and family don’t even know how hard things are for us. My husband is a minister and puts in so much time right now that he doesn’t really have time for a second job, but some how manages to work a little here and there at our local mall for very little. Our church doesn’t even know that he has to do this. Before we moved I was a special education teacher, but since our move I haven’t been able to find a job teaching. I stay at home with our three beautiful little girls. My oldest is 3.5, our middle will be 2 on new years eve, and our baby will be 5 months old on sunday. Our baby has been sick and in and out of the hospital for the past 3 months. We have gone to so many dr appointments and still can’t find out what is causing her so much pain. We are praying for a christmas miracle.
We have to get real creative on how to figure out how to pay all of our bills every month. Right now we have $40 to last us until the 15th and still haven’t bought groceries. I know God will provide. My oldest is so excited about Santa and the toys she is going to get, but I don’t know how to make that happen. I did pull out my fabric scraps and make each girl a pillow with their name on it as a present and we were able to get a Doddle Bear for my oldest from “Santa” but I don’t know how to tell her that santa isn’t going to bring her anything else. I also was able to find a Mr Potato head for my 2year old at a resale shop for her santa gift. I know that my baby won’t know the difference. The biggest thing with her is that it breaks my heart not to be able to get her “baby’s first christmas” ornament like we did with her sisters.
My oldest keeps telling me that Santa is going to bring her a “Cat in the hat game” for preschoolers ages 3+, and needs some clothes. We are able to do hand me downs with my other to, but we don’t have anyone to hand clothes down to her. she is a 4t and anything would help.
I am crying so I hope this makes since. Thanks for reading and if you are able to help then Thanks, and If not I understand and hope that you all have a Very Merry Christmas.

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I’m sorry that I don’t have any pictures from the family to send as of yet but I wanted to pass along the email below that I received.  I live near Grand Rapids, MI and I found this family who lives in Texas (she went by Mrs. C on the blog). Quick back story = Her hubby is a pastor who is also working evening jobs to make ends meat, she is a special education teacher still looking for a job, and they have 3 girls ages 4 months, 2 years, and 3 years old.
I’m sorry that I don’t have any pictures from the family to send as of yet but I wanted to pass along the email below that I received. I had tears in my eyes when I read this and it truly made my holiday season.

Allyson

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Shari’s Thank You:

Allyson,
The packages arrived today. I am in awe of you and your family’s kindness. I can’t thank you enough. I never thought my girls would have such a wonderful Christmas.
Thanks again for all the clothing. It is perfect. I am always wrapping my baby up in a bunch of blankets because we don’t have very many warm clothing in her size. I am also grateful that my oldest now has more than 3 pants. God bless and I hope your Christmas is as wonderful as you have made ours.
-Shari
Ps also thanks for the items for my husband and I. It will be nice for us to have something to open Christmas morning with the girls.

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Jessa’s Need:

As embarrassing as it is to say (and honestly I don’t know why, because our current financial situation shouldn’t detract from my status as a good mommy, which I fully consider myself to be), this year neither of my daughters (1 and 2) will be getting Christmas presents.
We recently moved and spent every last penny providing a safe, and warm home for the winter so there just isn’t a penny extra for all of the awesome toys i wish I could give them.
Since I cannot buy my an children presents, I obviously cannot help out others any… But I can knit, and I can do so wonderfully. I would love to make some special little ones hats/toys/etc I can do pretty much any type or theme based on their favorite animals/characters. My little nuggets have plenty of custom knit dinosaur hats , sock monkeys, and stuffed elephants.
Jessa

Jessa’s Thank You:
MODG! I just wanted to say thank you for WANA; because of you and munchkin, we not only had a beautiful Christmas, but now my children have cups and bowls and spoons to eat/drink me out of house and home with!
In an effort to pay it forward, i saved some of the CRAZY amount of goodies they sent to help another deserving family. I would really appreciate if you could share it with your readers; either families in need can enter or people who know one who needs/deserves some special goodies! (http://www.onceamom.com/2011/12/merry-christmas.html)
I’m so excited, and I honestly cannot hank you enough; this one act of incredible kindness has buoyed my spirits higher than they have been in a long time.
e-hugs and stuff,
Jessica, Casserole and Versy-bear!

Jell Jell’s Need:

I hate to even put my name on here, but my husband and I are about to lose our jobs because of the seasonal slowdown in our field.  So both parents on unemployment as of next week.  We had to sell our car last week to pay some bills.  Our employer owes us both 2 paychecks as of today.  That’s what we get for working at the same place, I guess.  I had planned to give my daughter some old toys of my childhood that I found at in my mom’s attic – and just wrapping them.  Which just sounds so freaking lame now that I’m writing it out.  She’s 20 months old.  She’s amazing.  At least she’ll never know that we’re completely broke.  Thanks to anyone that can help!

 

Jell Jell’s Thank You:

Hey MODG,
I was one of the thankful readers that commented “in need” on your post.  I was totally reluctant to do it because it was finally admitting how scary things were.  My hubs and I sold our car that week, the company for which we both work is dissolving b/c our boss is a terrible businessman (with a kind heart), and we hadn’t been paid two paychecks b/c there wasn’t enough in the company account.
Things were looking pretty dire for paying the mortgage and for Christmas. Three lovely ladies offered to send my 20 mo old daughter presents b/c I was just going to look through my old crap in my mom’s attic for books and toys.  I couldn’t believe how much stuff they sent her.  I said she liked puzzles and needs the next size up clothes, and they sure came through.  We even got a baby doll and some Leap Frog toys. I feel like I really connected with those gals and will hopefully keep up as pen pals.
It’s still hard for me to accept help, and I still have a strong urge to claw out of this hole we got ourselves into.  My hubs and I are starting our own business so we don’t have to rely on on other people to keep us busy during the slow season for landscape design/build.  We’ve been able to find some quick jobs and potential part time work, but nothing is certain.  All I know is that we have January’s mortgage covered, and that’s all I can worry about right now.
Enclosed are some pics of Christmas this morning.  EB got overstimulated from A) all of the family and B) opening so many presents from “Santa” that she had to take a break and eat a snack.  It’s exhausting getting new stuff!  But she loved it all.  Especially the tissue paper.  Thanks for giving me an avenue to get some help.  There really are some sweet people out there.  Hopefully this time next year I can do the same for another person in need.
Merry Christmas,
Jell Jell


 

Lindsay’s Need:
My husband is the only one who works as I am a SAHM. We have two children. Paisley who is 2, and Jasper who will be a year old ON Christmas. Thus far, we have not been able to get them any presents whatsoever. We have always struggled and have been promised time and time again that my husband will be promoted, which still has yet to happen. We have moved 3 hours away from family and my son will not be getting a big 1st birthday party like all children (er, parents) deserve. The least I’d like to do is give him and his sister some Christmas presents. I plan to take a course within the next year to make me a certified Medical Transcriptionist as we desperately need the money. I do not drive so this is my only option to bring in some income. I know that it can all be done online, however I have yet to figure which site and school is legitimate. If anyone has any information on this, that would also be greatly appreciated. I live in Concord, North Carolina if that’s important. Thank you so much to all who take the time to read this and MODG, thank you for all that you do. The laughter is enough to get me by day to day. You are an incredible woman and you have some AMAZING readers.

Lindsay’s Thank You:

Wonderful gifts sent by wonderful readers of yours! The last one isn’t a gift, but I think it depicts my Christmas baby thanking the angels. Merry Christmas MODG!
Lindsay

Courtney’s Thank You:

My Christmas tree had absolutely nothing under it before you made all the miracles possible! Now I have all of these awesome gifts for my family and my tree looks a lot happier! You changed my year and showed me that good really does still exist in this world.
Couldn’t be more thankful.

 

If you have photos or thank you’s or a story that you’d like to share, please email me at modgblog at gmail dot com. I will post THEM ALL. Even if 2000 of you email them to me. They make my heart sing rainbow songs.

Thanks to all of you for not being assholes. And remember, people still need our help. Check regularly here on the WANA page

xoxo

MODG

 

PS I’d love to hear YOUR recap in the comments below. Whether you were helped or helped someone out. Tell your story.

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Alex P. December 28, 2011 at 9:26 pm

I will load pictures soon – I cannot find my camera right now; Thanks to Janet and Meg, the Kender-beasties had an amazing day.

Janet December 29, 2011 at 8:18 am

So happy to hear that, and so happy to help!

Brittany December 28, 2011 at 9:36 pm

that is amazing! i’m all teary, for the fourth time today. thanks MODG.

13509259428538421682 December 28, 2011 at 9:47 pm

Thanks for posting this! I want those three ladies to know how much they mean to me, and to see how much my EB appreciated what they did. Things are looking up – I went on a job interview today! And it’s so much fun playing with our new toys. I even got a box of hand-me-down clothes after I sent you the email. I’m so so in awe of the niceness of complete strangers. I even have a couple of their Christmas cards on my fridge right now.

Jell Jell @ I'll Sleep When They're Grown December 28, 2011 at 10:57 pm

And I put a link on my blog for people to come read the amazingness that is MODG. EB, Hubs and I thank you, and our three fairy godmothers. I know I speak for everyone that received help – you gave us our Christmas miracle, via UPS.

Jell Jell @ I'll Sleep When They're Grown December 28, 2011 at 9:48 pm

Yeesh, I guess I wasn’t logged in correctly. I’m Jell Jell. And I heart my new friends.

Cat December 28, 2011 at 10:11 pm

So fantastic! I was so grateful for your starting all of this. I was able to pass on a bunch of gently used items that I’d been ‘meaning to clear out one day’ and a few items from my shop to several families who were so grateful to receive them. A couple of the families even sent me Christmas cards! I loved hearing from and getting to know each person who emailed me. What an amazing thing you’ve started! It’s too bad there isn’t a forum for this sort of thing to keep going all year (or is there?) Appreciate you!

Katie R-G December 29, 2011 at 7:44 am

There is!!!! The link to the WANA forum is on the right side of the page. WANA FOREVA!!!

~spoiled~ December 28, 2011 at 10:12 pm

I posted a need at the beginning of December for diapers and formula for my son. I got so many emails from people wanting to help. My son now has enough diapers to last us til at least February!! As for the formula, I got a few gift cards that helped us out too. Im still struggling on that part since my son goes through a small can in about 4 days!! I am so thankful for all the help I have gotten. Thank you from the bottom of my heart! I am so glad that this blog is out here. I hope that people continue to help out the others during the next year and not just around the holidays.

Meg December 29, 2011 at 9:57 am

I have some formula and coupons for formula I would love to send you. How can we be in touch?

~spoiled~ December 29, 2011 at 1:05 pm

You can email me

duejuly2011@yahoo.com

April December 28, 2011 at 10:39 pm

MODG, I had a pretty crappy day…and then I read your blog. Now I’m crying because I am in awe of all the amazing, awesome, wonderful people in the world. Thanks for sharing, I needed some “happy tears!”

Carla December 28, 2011 at 11:00 pm

Project WANA made me wish I was rich so that I could have helped more. My family had the pleasure of helping out with what we could and it was just what our holiday needed. I love the sense of community and the idea that we are all in this together. WANA has helped me remember to not sweat the small stuff. I don’t have as many “real life” non-Internet friends but the online friends I have made rule and I just wish I had been in a position to do even more. Thanks MODG, and may 2012 be a WAY more fruitful year for everyone!

Lindsay December 28, 2011 at 11:21 pm

My Christmas baby made it in here! I seriously cannot thank you enough for starting this amazing thing. You, along with your amazing readers, gave my children an amazing Christmas. And now, I’m more grateful than ever. The night of Christmas, my husband admitted to having an affair and we are now separated. Merry Christmas to me, right? I am just SO glad that I was able to give my children what they deserve, even if their father can’t. He didn’t even celebrate it with us (it was also our son’s 1st birthday too). I somewhat wish that I would have known this sooner, as financial support would have done us better than toys. I just had no idea that this would happen to me on that day. Way to make myself feel materialistic! Now to figure out how a SAHM with no car is going to make ends meet…

Jell Jell @ I'll Sleep When They're Grown December 29, 2011 at 12:25 am

Oh, honey. I’m so so sorry. My heart is breaking for you. That is NOT ok.

Cyn December 29, 2011 at 11:44 am

Truly sorry that your husband turned out to be such a douchebag. I know there aren’t words to make what he’s done any easier to handle, but I’ll just keep you in my prayers.

If you still have needs, WANA is still going on. I go to that board often and see what it is that I can offer or send to people and it seems like other people are as well. This is a great community and I’m hoping other readers continue to help support people as much as they can as well.

Maritxu May 23, 2012 at 9:37 am

I loved your card, thank you so much for thinking of us!!! It sesluoriy made my day and now it is on our board in our kitchen chilling with all the other people we love!! This picture is to die for by the way!!! It is so joyous and happy and cute! It captures so much love and joy!

Michelle December 29, 2011 at 1:20 pm

So sorry your husband is a jerk. You have beautiful children and they have an amazing mom

rachel December 28, 2011 at 11:44 pm

I’m the rachel whos story was told above. Wana was/is such a blessing to us. Because of 3 amazing ladies (4 counting modg) there were presents under our tree, food in our pantry gas in our car and more. It was so amazing to not have to worry about these things for a while. And as an update to our story, the monday before Christmas my husband got a job. He’s selling cars (for a super great not rip you off company) and loving it. This friday he’s getting his first real pay check in almost 15 months. And although it’s going to take us a long time to get caught up (if it’s even possible), it looks like we will be able to get our own groceries and pay our own monthly bills. It’s amazing all of the good that has come in such a short amount of time. Thank you for getting it all started.

Kate P December 28, 2011 at 11:55 pm

That’s such great news about your husband, Rachel!

DR January 1, 2012 at 12:30 am

That made me cry. How great!!

colleen December 28, 2011 at 11:46 pm

i helped a woman named kelsey in texas give some gifts to her daughter this christmas. i know it’s hard to accept help, but one of my favorite parts of my 2011 christmas was being able to shop for her little daughter and provide a child a merrier christmas. i love christmas, but there is nothing like a child getting to experience christmas. as a single girl with no nieces or nephews, it made me happier than anything to give them some help during the christmas season. thanks for providing the opportunity modg!

Katie R-G December 29, 2011 at 8:16 am

I’ve been a reader for over a year. Our babies were born only a month or two apart, so I’ve related and enjoyed laughing my ass off to your adventures. My husband is usually side-eying me as I (guzzle) sip my glass of wine and giggle at your posts. I’ve relayed some of your writings to him, and he generally finds you amusing and a pain in the ass because you inspire me to be a bit more over the top than usual. All in all, he blames you for my lack of filter and he’s jealous cuz he thinks I like you more than him. Truth. Also, I think he thinks you’re a lesbian blogger because of the boobs pictures. Anyway, I mentioned to him that you had gotten some shit from a reader about buying things and your being super rich and blah blah blah, and then how a commenter posted how she couldn’t even pay her mortgage but that people should just shut their mouths about other people’s finances. As I was about to tell him how WANA started and that I had already packed up a box to ship out to a family in need of clothes, he cut me off to lay into me about how all of us bitches probably got nasty and defensive and we should be ashamed of ourselves. Then he told me that being perfect is really difficult and we should try harder and follow his lead. I very gracefully (smugly), let him know that the OPPOSITE happened. That we became a community, linked arms, sang Kumbaya, and HELPED each other out! He was blown away, and volunteered to take our package to UPS to send it out.

WANA, but he is.

Love this movement. Not only did it, and will it continue to, create a sense of family and society…but it kept me from feeling guilty when I didn’t go overboard filling the kids xmas tree with crap they’ll never use. You done good. ALL OF YOU!

Meaghan December 29, 2011 at 9:09 am

this is my first time commenting on this absolutely amazing blog. This operation WANA makes my heart smile. Growing up, my parents struggled to make ends meet for me. Those of you who are doing everything you can to make an awesome life for your littles, well, you’re amazing. Those of you who helped these families, you are very very special people.Thanks for sharing all these wonderful pictures of your smiley children on Christmas. What a blessing this Christmas was for so many people. Happy Thursday!

Tracy December 29, 2011 at 9:24 am

I love these. I can’t wait to read every last one you post.

Lorah December 29, 2011 at 10:03 am

The babies face in Jell Jell’s picture is priceless :) I can’t wait to read more! I love that there are truly good people in this world!

Jess December 29, 2011 at 10:11 am

Modg,

What email address do you want us to forward these types of things. One little girl I helped sent the cutest picture. Thanks.

rachel December 29, 2011 at 10:38 am

it’s modgblog at gmail dot come :)

rachel December 29, 2011 at 10:39 am

err com not come :) stupid auto correct!

Jess December 29, 2011 at 3:02 pm

Haha, I figured. But I didn’t want to send a photo of a little girl to the wrong address! Thanks.

GEG December 29, 2011 at 11:01 am

MODG,
Thanks for setting this up and sharing these wonderful stories and pics.

Joany December 29, 2011 at 11:54 am

Wow. That’s an impressive tree with millions of presents underneath it. I’m not sure Bill Gates kids even get that many presents….

Cyn December 29, 2011 at 11:55 am

My family has helped out a few WANA “in need” families. We’ve helped out by shipping out gently used toys and clothing and some extra $$ to people who otherwise wouldn’t have anything.

I just love this whole idea. Our family always has enough, and with generous grandparents and other family members, I’d say we usually have too much (clothing and toys). I love that I can pass along gently used items to people who truly need something, instead of just packing everything into storage or giving it to the Salvation Army where I have no idea where it ends up.

Thank you for creating this community and I hope we can keep it alive going forward.

09375952732431035098 December 29, 2011 at 1:11 pm

Sobbing happy/sad tears and oozing happy/sad snot. <3

OurGrowingGarden December 29, 2011 at 3:30 pm

Aww, this is amazing! Love seeing all the happy babies in the pics!

linka72 December 30, 2011 at 3:29 pm

OPENLY weeping at work…that is all.

MonetteK December 30, 2011 at 8:16 pm

What a great heart-happy post. This year, my girls Bible study participated in an Operation Santa (which we later dubbed Operation Jesus) in Southern CA. We were able to provide a single mom and her 3 children clothes, toys and food this Christmas. Our group of 9 raised $200 and collected gifts and food from our jobs to give to them. It was wonderful!
’tis more blessed to give than receive.

michelle December 30, 2011 at 9:09 pm

I was fortunate enough to be able to help someone have a Merrier Christmas. I had a great time picking out gifts for two adorable little kids and loved the pictures from Christmas morning that I received! And my BF and I decided to skip a meaningless gift to eachother and send the $$ to our MODGFriends instead. He loved not having to shop and the appreciation that we received was overwhelming! I got the most amazing Christmas card from my MODGFriend that I will treasure forever. Operation WANA really helped bring the merry back into my Christmas this year. It truly is better to give than to receive! <3

Adie December 30, 2011 at 9:11 pm

How AMAZING! I loved hearing all the stories and seeing what everyone did. Each and every one of you are awesome!

Sarah RDH December 30, 2011 at 10:56 pm

welp…this made me cry! im glad so many families got some help! i hope to help someone soon :)

Diane January 1, 2012 at 12:36 am

MODG,

The holidays are hard for me. I’m fortunate enough to have a lot of cash right now and to be able to participate in something like that was remarkable, I think it was the most joyful part of my holiday. Ie heard from both of my people today privately and to hear the story of their Christmas morning made me tear up all over again.

It was a pretty transformative experience and the depression and angst that tends to cloud up around the holiday was lifted a little bit with that experience. The Internet needs re-humanizing and sometimes, I do too. Thanks for helping and to those of you who were brave enough to set your ego aside for your babies, thanks for letting me be a part of your lives. I think that helped me more than it did you.

Maria Ghigliotty January 3, 2012 at 6:56 am

This is Maria Ghigliotty I’m sure you all seen me post on the Wana board needing a crapload of help this Christmas. My needs for my 6 month old daughter were met.. A few families sent me tons of cute clothing for my little one along with toys and a crib set. As for myself and families needs those were met too! Because of MODG and the families that helped we got curtains we hung up in the living room, a cookware and plate set, I was able to order a mattress for myself so I no longer sleep on the floor. Someone had sample make up that I gave to my sister and two gift cards that my two siblings received that surprised the hellout of them. If I can later on I will try to post pictures. Thank you to all the families that have extended their hands out this Christmas to my family. We greatly apreciate everything that was done.

Maria G.

Kristyn M January 23, 2012 at 1:18 pm

Thank you for posting this follow up MODG! Sometimes it’s hard to give when there isn’t certainty that it will go to a good cause but this and my experiences with helping a few people out really changed my perspective on this. I sent the sample makeup to Maria above and some gift cards and clothes to a few mommies out there. I was about to take a few bags of clothes to Goodwill after cleaning out my closet and thought I would see if the women I were emailing were my size and they were so I sent them some of the nice things that had only been worn a few times. (I’ve recently gained some weight so was getting rid of the “I’ll buy this and it will motivate me to lose weight” clothes). It was so great to get emails back from them about how they loved the clothes and what they were wearing them to. I’m so glad that WANA was started and I just hope people continue to check out the WANA page. I haven’t checked yet to see if you have a button that I can put on my blog but if you don’t, it might be a good thing to have so that people are reminded to check it out. (If people are anything like me, they just don’t remember.)

David December 22, 2012 at 3:37 pm

**IN NEED** I hope I am doing this right . I talked to a friend about not having a Christmas . And he told me to go to this sight . I have never asked for anything like this before . I don’t want to go in to a big sob story I guess I could but I just want to say I am a single dad with a awesome daughter . I work all the time but don’t make enuff to pay for a sitter so my wonderful mother watches her while I am at work . I wish there was away to reimburse her for all she does and would love to be able to get some healthy food in are home . My daughter eats unhealthy because we can have more food that way to get by . It’s cheep . I’m in this jam because when her mother left use we had bills for to people and I am still paying them bills just one of me . So I no it is very close to Christmas and you may not be able to help in this late of a date . But it is nice that there is someone out there how is helping . Thanks

Erin December 22, 2012 at 7:29 pm

** IN NEED ** Im Erin and i was told about this by a mom on babycenter… I dont like asking for help but i need it. Im 19 and 24 weeks 4 days pregnant with a baby boy… I work 47 hrs a week and im a full time student and barely make enough to get by. I have nothing for my baby boy and i have no way to save money.. I try and then something else comes up. Im not asking for much just anything for my sweet baby boy doesnt have to be expensive or fancy… Im in need really bad as i am currently staying at a friends and he has requested I move out before my baby boy gets here… His grandparents chose not be involved… He is a blessing as i was told by doctors i could not get pregnant… Please help anything is appreciated

Thank You

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