A Very Proud Mummy Moment! #passiton

A very proud Mummy moment!

Kieran: Mummy… What’s that clock on your website?

Me: It’s a special timer to tell people they need to do something to help others before it gets to zero.

Kieran: What do they need to do? Do they need to click it?

Me: Yes. Can you remember why you and Taylor had to have your injections with the nurse?

Kieran: To stop us getting poorly. And I didn’t like it when they put a hole in Taylor’s arm!

Me: No I know you didn’t but he didn’t cry did he? And it’s stopped him, and you,  getting nasty illnesses. There are lots of children in the world who aren’t as lucky as you and Taylor, and where they live there isn’t enough money for them to have the injections and they sometimes get very sick.

Kieran: *Pause* Do they die Mummy?

Me: Yes Kieran, sometimes they do and it’s very sad.

Kieran: So what is the clock for??

Me: It’s reminding people to go to a special website and write their name so the people in charge of getting money for medicines and the injections for the children who need them, know that lots of people want them to help as many children as they can as quickly as they can.

Kieran: Can I put my name on the website? I can write it myself and I can tell the people that the children need their medicines!

Never a prouder moment than when my four year old considered the fact that there are children out there not as lucky as him and his brother, and asked if he could help.

My 4yr old has signed…. have you?

For anyone who has got this far and is thinking- “hasn’t she done a post about this before?”. Yes I have, and if you read the last one and signed, then brilliant – just make sure you please pass the message on. If not – please do. It’s so easy a 4yr old can do it… just click here!

No Child is Born To Die – Don’t dismiss this post!

When both Kieran and Taylor had their first jabs it annoyed me almost. I knew it was important to ensure they were kept safe and well, but I knew we could have runny nappies, a high temperature, gribbles and unsettled days & nights.

What was I thinking? At least we wouldn’t have death! So many children don’t get the basic care we here in UK often take for granted.

This powerful message from the Save The Children UK website, has really kicked me into touch.

We’re campaigning to help save 4 million lives in 4 hours at the global vaccines summit in June. We only have one month left to build up public pressure on world leaders and decision makers“. They aren’t asking people to march outside the summit, waving banners and chanting… they are asking you to use you voice, and vote for change.

It’s very easy, and immensely important, no child was born to die, but die they will if we don’t take action. You can see the campaign box in the sidebar ——->

This is part of the #passiton campaign, I’m not tagging individuals, I’m asking everyone to take 2 minutes to make a lifetime worth of difference. Sign, share, send, tell everyone and save lives.

 

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