Monday, November 12, 2012

It's Nico (The Red head) Day!!!!!!



Kyle and Kara(mom and dad) met in 2004 and quickly fell in love. They were blessed with 4 beautiful daughters soon after that and live a blissfully busy life.

When Kara discovered Reece’s Rainbow, it was like a dream come true. She has always been called to orphans and especially the work of Mother Teresa, but didn’t know how to help. So, having a tangible way to advocate for these children was amazing.
Then Kara saw Nico and everything changed. She fell head over heels in love, but because they were not able to adopt at that time, she vowed to advocate as hard as she could for him, in hopes that a family would find him. Things changed very quickly once that “yes” was on both Kyle and Kara’s hearts, and they have been blessed to walk through each door as it has opened. They are praying that they will be able to give Nico the home and family that he deserves soon.
They are thankful for this opportunity and hope you will pray for them as they go through this process.
Follow the family’s adoption journey on their blog at

One day  donated to showing the world Nico. One day dedicated to help raise funds for the McIntee Family, and one day set aside to raise awareness for all orphans. All that accomplished by sharing the Red Head! How easy!

Feel free to share this post, on FB twitter, and any social media available to you! Or just click HERE for Nico's bio on Reece's Rainbow, and hit the share button there! So simple and easy



Heather said...

And there he is. that beautiful boy. Not meant to be ours but my faith tells me that he is going just where he was destined to be.

That face still graces my background and screen saver. He lives in my heart and soon, he will find his way to a forever family. And how could I possibly be sad about that??

Love to you my east coast friend. You continue to do amazing things for these children and I continue to be so very proud of you.

Kara said...

Heather, I love to see love for our boy. Please keep in touch and follow our journey on our blog.

Melissa, thanks for posting this. :)