Nait and his sister Naitalie are traveling around the world meeting families affected by the disease that they are named after, Neonatal Alloimmune Thrombocytopenia.

They would like you to follow them both and look forward to your comments :)

Tuesday 3 July 2012

Saying goodbye to Nait

Well, what a wonderful time the May family had with their international visitor Nait. Nait was able to explain to the girls how lucky they are to be here!!

Talleah our miracle baby girl born with a platelet count of 32. Now aged 3.5 years with a cheeky smile and attitude to boot. She has enjoyed Nait visiting and being able to show him to her kinder freinds. When she is older she will learn more about how her Mummy and Daddy never thought they would have the chance to take her home when she was born. Now look at her!!!

Allira aged 5 years. A gorgeous big sister to Talleah who luckily (as far as we know) never had any problems with her platelets at birth.  However, she also has enjoyed Nait visiting and was very reluctant to send Nait on to Kate's family, also touched by NAIT.

Big hugs for Nait!!!

Even Mummy got to sneak in a cuddle with Nait

Sending Nait on his way to the Johnstone family in Ballarat

Bye our dear friend Nait

Nait's passport stamped at the local post office

Nait has visited Croydon, Victoria, Austalia!! Bye for now, good bye and have fun on your travels Nait!!  Allira and Talleah will miss you very much but the next family will also enjoy you too.

Nait visits Barngeong Reserve Kindergarten

Talleah was very excited to take Nait to kinder to visit her friends at Barngeong Reserve Kindergarten in Croydon North

Nait enjoyed meeting all the kinder kids. Here is the 3 year old group with their teacher Emma!!
Nait was a big hit with the kids too!!

Talleah enjoyed telling all her kinder friends about why Nait was visiting the May family.