Poor Nanny Elizabeth, trying to get the big babies all on the same path for their morning walk is a bit like herding chickens! It’s never a dull moment at our home for abandoned, orphaned and at risk babies in Tanzania, East Africa.
That is the Montana House in the background where the big kids who are unadoptable now live. You can see our banana trees in the back that Julius planted last year. I think Jack Pape cleared this path for the children to walk. Thanks Babu Jack!
Although we are planning on buying chickens to have our own eggs in January, our beautiful, happy, funny babies are nothing like chickens! Below is Happiness at it’s best! Here for your enjoyment are some of my favorite happy pictures of Neema babies. Not your typical African orphanage is it?
The babies above are Emmanuel, Jess, Malikia, Joeli, Osiligi, Dorothy with Taylor Wittel volunteer and Maria.
Could they be any cuter??
We are trying to pay for the paving for the walkways between the buildings at Neema Village this Christmas. The babies have always loved their morning walks but the new property on the side of the hill had no place for them to walk. To get these happy babies outside in their strollers on paved walk ways you can help us by buying a foot of path, six foot wide by 1 foot long at $30. It will make a unique gift for someone you can’t think of what to buy for Christmas. We will email you a gift certificate you can put in a card for your recipient.
Just go to order provigil and click on donate. In the purpose line put “Pave the Way” and Wallah! You are done Shopping!
Glad we could help!
Michael and Dorris