Emily is a single mother, she has a daughter who is 2 years old named Luciana and now the newborn baby boy. Emily emigrated to Israel from Argentina, and lives with her mother, grandmother and sister. They are all very close and try to help and support one another.
When Emily realized she was pregnant again she wanted to have an abortion. She just did not think she would be able to cope with two children as a single mum. Praise the Lord, someone close to her challenged her that she should keep that baby. After taking some time to think, and considering her little daughter, Jessica decided that it would be best to keep the baby. Jessica's friend then referred her to Be'ad Chaim and as soon as she contacted us one of our wonderful counsellors was happy to help and support her.
It was then through your very generous sponsorship Emily was able to become part of The Operation Moses Project. This provided her with new furniture for her baby and also monthly vouchers for a whole year to buy the other essentials that her baby would need.
On the 19th June 2019 Emily give birth to a precious little boy, she named him Augustine . It was a very quick and easy birth, it took half an hour in total after she arrived at the hospital. Praise the Lord both mother and baby are healthy and doing well.
Emily's daughter is a bit jealous of the new baby, now that she is not the only one having all the attention from everyone. However, Emily believes it won't be long before she will connect with her new little brother and they will be good friends.
The father of the children comes to visit sometimes and is paying alimony, only for his daughter. For some reason the welfare doesn’t allow him to see his son yet. Jessica didn’t explain the reason. Maybe later he will have a permission and will be able to be in contact with him too.
In November precious Augustine will be going to daycare and Emily is planning to go back to work. Until then her family is helping her a lot around the house and with the children.
Emily shared her deep gratitude to her donor and Be'ad Chaim, she is truly so grateful.