Tuesday, April 12, 2011

One Year on

We have survived a year here at the Butterfly Children's Hospice, 35 babies have been admitted, some are now awaiting adoption and 2 now live in Changsha, so not all the babies die! WOW see www.butterflych.org before you visit us!

Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Butterfly Home May

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Saturday, April 24, 2010

Upto date 24th April

So far, opened on 8th April, have had 8 babies/children. I 8yo boy died after 9 days, I 4yo girl died after 12 hours. We feel saddened at some state of these kidz arrive to us in, in the west if we kept animals like this we would be jailed, but here it’s OK!  "Harry" died at 2am, peacefully, The girl “Hope´ I felt so sorry for, when she arrived the nurse's (American volunteers) assessed her, saying she would not last long, so I sat with her holding her hand, we were not willing for her to die alone, so I said I would sit until 10pm then other volunteers would sit overnight, but at 20:50 she was so peaceful and she breathed her last! I said a prayer and shed a tear! I am happy to know everything we gave up to be here and do this was worth it. Today is a new day and we will press on making a difference to another little life.

Saturday 24th April

Hi you all, today we are attempting a day off, last time we were called in at 2am, then spent most of the day there! Hope today we can stay away. This is just one of the many views of Changsha! nothing to do with me

Sunday, February 07, 2010

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Things are coming along, the pipes and walls are being changed.
The Butterfly Home for dying babies is being metamorphosis

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“Those with white hair should die first” Unfortunately, in real life this is not always the case, and there are children throughout China, with incurable illnesses, who need the support of dedicated hospice care to see that their last days are spent in a comfortable, loving and supportive environment.



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A Children's Hospice China's first community palliative care service Butterfly Homes provide specialist children’s palliative care services for abandoned children and a community care service to families, aiming to support them and therefore avoid the pressure to abandon their sick baby/child.

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