When Kasia, our delegate and wonderful therapist, sent us the information that in Kasisi temperatures have dropped and everyone is freezing – we sniggered a bit.
But indeed, at night the temperature drops to two degrees Celsius! That’s why Robbson, David and Sylvia are snuggling up in their blankets more than usual, while the other babies are getting ready to go to bed in warm sweatshirts.
The older children need less sleep now, but are more likely to be mischievous – as you can see from Shadrick and Joshua’s faces. Nosiku tries very hard to fall asleep, but smiles cheekily at the aunties. As soon as she hears one, she immediately gets up and is ready to play.
It is such a sleepy, chilly Tuesday, but remember that Children’s Day is not over here. We are still creating the book of words of wisdom with you, where you can add a message from yourself to the children. Take a look and submit your entry today!
You can also still give the kids treats for Children’s Day, which we’re celebrating until the 16th of June – aka International Day of the African Child. In the meantime, recharge your batteries with the sight of the cute little ones!
Santa Claus never had it easy in Kasisi 😉 Over 230 children live here. Sister Mariola has already rushed to his aid and is quietly preparing presents!
Many of us still leave a free seat at the Christmas Eve table. Let one of our children sit at it this year (at a distance, but very much for real) and invite them to the table today!