Meet Jason and Bahati

We’ve gotten a bit behind on our introductions of new kids at Precious Kids Center. We grew so fast and things got hectic so we have many new friends that have yet to be introduced. Stay tuned for more posts introducing all of our new precious ones.

When school opened in January of 2018, we had so many new parents showing up at the school the first week asking if we could take in their children to our school. The day that Jason and Bahati first came to Precious Kids Center was the day they moved in. I remember walking in the house that day and seeing about 20 mothers with their children. It was hard to decide who to help and who we had to send home because of space, but Jason and Bahati were admitted that day.

Jason has Autism and is unable to walk or talk. He is such a happy little boy with a great smile. His mother said that she had trouble caring for him on her own and meeting all his needs as a single mother. She loves her son very much and comes by once a month with his siblings to spend the day with him. We are honored to have such a sweet boy under our care.

Bahati has hydrocephalus and visual impairments. She came the first day and we talked to her mother and knew that she needed a little extra help. The first day she was nervous and cried a lot, but after a few days we were able to see the true Bahati. She is a fiestly little girl who loves to pinch and laughs really hard at everyone’s reaction. She cannot sit or speak, but her mom taught her how to feed herself. She has the best little giggle and we love having her as a part of our family.


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