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Ivy's Story

Ivy
9 years old

Cerebral Palsy

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Meet Ivy

Ivy is a darling girl with the most infectious smile. We love her very much!

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Ivy has been growing stronger this winter, and we love to see her long pigtails. Ivy’s nannies say she has been enjoying the younger children in her room and giggles whenever she hears them laughing or being silly. We love to see Ivy doing so well, and we ask for prayers that she continues to stay strong during this time.

Ivy has had an exciting and sweet winter season so far, and we feel blessed to have rung in the new year with her. She has met new friends and discovered new types of play, all with the same joy and beaming smile that we have grown to love. Thank you for your prayers and support for children like Ivy!

Ivy is 9 years old. She celebrated her birthday in style with stickers and a party hat. Her nanny had so much fun blowing bubbles for her and giving her a chocolate cupcake. To see the nannies take such pride in the children under our care is a gift to witness. The party was a time to celebrate Ivy’s life and how glad we are to know and love her.

Ivy enjoys her time in preschool where they sing songs, read books, and make crafts. Her favorite part is music time when she gets to hold the maracas or xylophone stick. The louder the music, the more Ivy laughs! We are grateful Ivy is able to benefit from the joys and experiences of preschool at Maria’s.

Ivy loves spending time in the physical therapy gym. Her favorite activity is bouncing on the trampoline. Her physical therapist holds her or lays her down on the trampoline and they bounce together, and her laughter fills the room. Ivy works hard in physical therapy, and has fun doing it!

Ivy enjoys pool days so much. She smiles and giggles when the water splashes her face or arms. Whenever there is a water gun fight going on near her, she lights up and will burst into laughter if she gets sprayed. Summer days are a lot of fun with Ivy!

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