6 years old
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!More
January 4, 2018
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!
November 8, 2017
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!
September 22, 2017
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!
August 15, 2017
Nickolotte is getting stronger and taller each day, and she has decided she likes to stand up on her toes with help. When she walks, she holds onto her nannie’s hands and tip toes around like a ballerina. Nickolette is adorable, and we love her!
June 1, 2017
Lately, Nickolotte has been enjoying the time spent with her nannies as they help her stand. A lot of children in our care who have cerebral palsy, including Nickolotte, have benefited greatly from a recent donation of physical therapy equipment. We’re thankful for this generous donation, and all the ways this equipment will give children in care the opportunity to become stronger.
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