Four amazing babies.
Hi there! I’m Ashton mama to four beautiful babies. We started this awesome community project in Sweet Home Carolina (North that is!) The project is called Kages Kards. Kage is my son, Kage is four and has had a very complex medical background, even having brain surgery last year. But if you think that slows him down think again! Kage is the most loving, fun and outgoing little boy you will ever meet. Kage brings smiles to all waiting rooms with his larger than life personality. But now there’s another reason to smile, Kages Kards (Handmade get well cards). As a special needs mom I’m very familiar with waiting rooms and know first hand they aren’t the place you want to be. But I’ve also seen first hand what a simple act of kindness can do in these dreaded areas. Handmade by the community, and presented by a superhero. Kage is like Batman only smaller. Gunner and Kage are both in the Tinysuperheroes making them both certified superheroes. Emma and Anderson are their amazing little brother/sister twins. Emma and Anderson help by making cards and helping mommy pass out flyers and complete our pick ups and drop offs for donations. All together they are the super Kages Kards crew! The crew started our first donation right before Valentines Day with a few hundred purchased cards and handmade cards from Kages class and others from Yadkinville Elementary. You see the year prior Kage was admitted in Brenner's Children Hospital on Valentines Day and received a pack of Paw Patrol Valentines that made him super happy!I knew this year we needed to do something big to give back. We bought 100's of Valentines Day cards, heart headbands, stuffed valentine plush's and stickers. Some were donated by awesome family and friends. The twins, Kages class and Gunners class made handmade Valentines to pass out. Kage ran around waiting rooms bringing smiles to families. The last stop we made that day was the ICU waiting room. We met a very special family. Kage was invited to sit and eat brownies with that family after he gave them a card. In that moment as we sat with a family we didn’t know in the waiting room for the Pediatric ICU I knew this was not something we would do just once. I knew he brought true joy to the hospital that day and I knew we had made a difference with such a simple act of kindness. Kage touches people everyday with his strength, courage, compassion and bravery he is a true Superhero. We now have a ton of local support the YMCA of Yadkinville, Yadkinville Elementary, Yadkinville United Methodist Church, Hillsdale Baptist Preschool, Hillsdale Church, Sunrise United Methodist Church, & Smart Start of Davie and Yadkin Counties.