It is instinctual for a woman to want to nurture her child. I’ve seen it in myself, and I’ve seen it in other mothers.
We work as a human race to see our children grow and thrive. We make sacrifices to ensure a good life. So we save, love, rock, educate, clean, cook, dance, sing, and laugh–all for our children.
Some give all that they have for their children. It is these people for whom I have the most respect.
As a mother, I nurture my child and calm him. I am his comfort. Sure, he has things that help; his pacifier and blanket are two of the things that make my job easier.
The little man in my life takes after his dad and has quite the appetite. I am grateful that I have never had to question how to feed my family. Even before Oliver, I have never had to wonder when we would have our next meal. My concerns regarding meals always were questions of what and where–not if.
It is not alarming to say that there are people all around who worry about feeding their children.
This is where third parties step in. This is where people who are help to help, help.
One of these third parties is cuddle & kind.
Each Peruvian artisan knit doll purchased provides 10 meals for children in North America and throughout the world. They have partnered with the World Food Program USA and Children’s Hunger Fund. Each doll is super high quality. I cannot wait to buy one for Oliver. In fact, if you are interested. Check out their Indiegogo campaign. With the goal to provide a million meals each year, the prices are extremely affordable and worthwhile. People are excited about this product. Cuddle + Kind has surpassed their goal many times over–why? Because this product is making a difference in our homes and globally. I look forward to holding my baby and comforting him with his cuddle + kind doll.
It’s worth a look.