Children’s Story | Advocating for Another #A4Amonth

This is the fifth addition of Advocating for Another Blog Carnival by WEGO Health:

Prompt: It’s storytelling day! Write a story about yourself, your loved one, and others as though you’re a children’s book author. Be sure to include a beginning, middle, and end. Extra points for illustrations!

Once upon a time a baby was born. This baby was a wonderful surprise to her mommy, daddy and sister. While she was still in the hospital with her mommy, a doctor came into the room. This doctor was unusual. She was there to help the baby’s mommy but was a baby doctor too. She looked into the bassinet and stared at the baby and said, “This is going to be a very special girl. She is wise, even now.” The mommy smiled and understood.

Soon the baby grew up and was going to school. She was pretty and so smart. All of the teachers wanted her in their classes. The people in the office and even the principal knew her and liked to talk to her and give her cookies and candy! This special girl grew and went to more schools. She was still pretty and smart. Even when she was sick she was like her teachers explaining how she felt. It amazed everyone!

The special girl is now all grown up. She wants to help other girls and boys who are sick. She listens to them when they talk. She holds their hands when they cry. She laughs when they laugh. All those boys and girls tell their mommies and daddies that they like her. And she is amazed!

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Connie Roberts

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Living in the Tampa Bay area, I'm lucky enough to see beautiful sunsets almost every day. Although life can be difficult at times, focusing on the positive and being with my family is what gets me through.

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