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Nickolotte's Story


Cerebral palsy

Meet Nickolotte

Nickolotte is a sweet and friendly little girl who loves music, and enjoys spending time in the playroom at Maria’s Big House of Hope!


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Nickolotte returned to her guardian orphanage, so we’re missing the sweet and gentle presence she brought to her room. We’re grateful to have been been able to care for Nickolotte as we watched her grow and blossom, and we pray for bright things for her future.

Nickolotte was pretty uninterested in Easter candies, but she still looked so cute in her Easter stickers! We’ll take any chance we get to celebrate with these children, and it was special to celebrate the hope of Easter with each of them.

We recently discovered something new Nickolotte loves to do! She is an expert painter. She loves getting her hands messy and painting on a canvas. And we love watching her explore her creative side!

We sang Christmas songs to Nickolotte and her friends, and she played the maraca right along with the guitars! She squealed and smiled with excitement. We had such a full Christmas season at Maria’s Big House of Hope, and Nickolotte enjoyed all the merriment, including making a fingerprint ornament that hung proudly on our tree!

Nickolotte looked so fancy dressed as a princess at our Fall Festival. She really enjoyed going to all the different booths, snacking on candy, and playing in the midst of all the festivities!

This month Nickolotte turned 6 years old! Nickolotte is a sweet little girl and has a gentle personality. She is a gift to us, and we feel lucky to know her. We are thrilled to get to celebrate her turning another year older!

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