6 years old
Savannah is very smart and expressive. She’s full of smiles and giggles, and we love to make her laugh!More
February 14, 2018
Savannah has discovered a love for painting, and we love watching her creativity shine! Her preschool teacher helped her hold the paintbrush as Savannah decided which color she wanted, and then she directed her teacher where to paint on the canvas. We always say Savannah is like sunshine, so it was sweet that she chose lots of yellow and painted sunshine in the corners of her canvas!
December 29, 2017
Savannah looked precious dressed up in a Christmas tutu and reindeer antlers to take Christmas photos. Her busy Christmas season was full of holiday cheer. She made lots of Christmas crafts, checked out all the goodies in her stocking in preschool, and danced along to Christmas music!
November 9, 2017
True to her personality, Savannah loved partying alongside her friends at our Fall Festival! Her favorite part of most parties is the snacks, and this party was no exception. She absolutely loved the pumpkin cookies and kept asking for more. She looked beautiful in her Princess Anna costume, and had a wonderful time visiting all the different booths—including face painting!
September 22, 2017
Savannah, our “sunshine girl,” just turned 6 years old. We had a great time celebrating her with a party full of balloons and her favorite part—cake! She spent most of her time covered in chocolate icing. Chocolate is her favorite, and she loves to eat! We love Savannah very much and we have big hopes for her future. Happy birthday, Savannah!
August 10, 2017
Savannah had the time of her life at a recent pool day. She squealed with joy each time she got in, and she absolutely loved having her hair dunked in the water! Savannah is a bright spot at Maria’s Big House of Hope, and we love her dearly.
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