Anyone who hasn’t checked in on Joseph for a while might be surprised – he’s only recently learned to run in the yard and ride a bike, and today he’s already a real, grown-up Kasisi preschooler! In six months’ time, he’ll be starting kindergarten.
Joseph’s love of motoring is unfaltering, and to this day there is no greater car fan in Kasisi. And a climber – woe betide the aunties, as he is really hard to keep an eye on sometimes. Is there an orange tree anywhere within range? Guaranteed Joseph will try his hand at climbing it. Scaffolding or a ladder? You guessed it. You really have to have eyes in the back of your head 🙂 .
Joseph gets into heated discussions just as quickly and nimbly, so conversations with him can last for hours. We don’t yet know whether his love of discourse will extend to writing, but if we were his adoptive parents, we’d already be getting our pens in shape for writing back to him, as it might not be easy 😉 .
Check in on Joseph today and put a little smile on his face. All it takes is a bottle of milk, juice or a plate of kapenta.
The metal cots and worn-out mattresses have lulled generations of Kasisi kids to sleep, but are now in desperate need of replacement.
Our dream is to make the babies’ bedrooms look like a truly homely, safe environment that is associated with warmth. Will you help us make this dream a reality?