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Brianna's Story

9 years old

Cerebral palsy

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Meet Brianna

Brianna is a beautiful and darling girl. She has a sweet personality and loves to cuddle. We are thankful to know and love Brianna and are excited to share a little bit of her story with you.


Recent Updates

Brianna’s presence often brings a sense of comfort to those she’s around. Through your generosity, she is surrounded by a beautiful support system at Maria’s Big House of Hope. We see hope in Brianna’s eyes and peace in her smile. We are honored to spend this time with her. Her friends and nannies couldn’t love her more. Will you please pray for the health and safety of Brianna and all the children in our care?

Brianna’s physical therapist knows that music brings a lot of joy. She had the great idea to play the xylophone during their session, making Brianna’s therapy exercises feel a lot like play! We love to see how happy the children are when they get to have fun while helping their bodies grow stronger.

Brianna loves her time in preschool where she listens to stories and music. Her teacher says she likes the jingle bells most, which is perfect for putting us all in the holiday spirit! Because of your prayers and support, children like Brianna are able to benefit from these sweet joys of the season.

Brianna looked beautiful dressed in a princess costume for our recent Fall Festival. She enjoyed getting her face painted and listening to the fun music. We are so thankful for each opportunity to celebrate and love on Brianna and the other children in our care.

Brianna is adorable and full of smiles. She loves to snuggle with her nanny and her sweet spirit brings a peaceful presence to those around her. It is a privilege to care for Brianna and we love bigger because of her. Thank you for the support and prayers you give to Brianna and the other children in our care.

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