Saturday, June 22, 2013

Alopecia Areata Awareness Blog Train

Hello everybody!

Today I want to tell you about Jenny, a very special lady who was for a time a member of my CT, and has a very sick little girl.

This is what she would like you to know:

I'm Jenny from Jenny's Designz; a lot of you have known me for years. What you might not know is that my little girl suffers, yes I mean SUFFERS from ALOPECIA AREATA. She has had it since she was 2 years old. It started out as a little tiny bald spot that has gotten bigger and bigger, but she is not totally bald like some of the kids that have it. Her hair comes out in patches; she takes steroid shots that might stop her growth rate, and as of right now there is no cure for it. 
They say it's genetic (not that me or my ex-hubby know of any one in our family’s ever having it) she is the only one. She is 6 years old now in school you can only image the worry that I go through because kids can be mean. She is very self-conscious about her hair. So I wanted to spread the word to people that may or may not have heard for the condition.  The more people that know the better chance we have at finding a cure for it. 

She started a Blog Train to draw everyone's attention to her cause.
I'm only too proud to be a part of it.

Here is the Train:


RockyDesigns{Shelly} said...

Thank You very much~! Such pretty colors... and a wonderful cause..
My best wishes to Jenny and her daughter~!

Karam said...

Thanks for sharing! it is amazing...

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