Maison de Lumiere). The kids come in, sing songs, hear a story, receive a vitamin, then get a warm meal and clean water. The Manasseros' kids go to Quisqueya, and they're just the most amazing people. We've been to the feeding program twice now and hope to go more often, although it is hard to love on the kids without good Kreyol. Susette Manassero brought over a baby who she was loving on for the day. She affectionately named her Chubba Wubba - I mean, come on, look at those cheeks. It felt great to be able to love a baby- babies are easy, no language needed.
Many of my mom's friends donated money before her trip. The money went to purchase children's and prenatal vitamins, and a whole bag full of those vitamins are going to the Manasseros for their feeding program. So if you gave, thank you! These little faces will be eating little Flintstones vitamins in a few days because of you. Mesi, mesi ampil!