Hello, My name is Kyara. I have a 3 month old son. I’m on here looking for a Christmas miracle. I recently just got into a wreck where I had to be airlifted and treated for head trauma. Well, with that happening a month before Christmas, I won’t be able to give my son the Christmas he deserves to have. I don’t have a job, because I stay at home with my son. I don’t want anyone to have to watch him and him grow up thinking working was more important than watching him grow up. I felt like that when I was younger. My family doesn’t really have the money to buy him Christmas either. Which is where I’m stuck. I want to be able to give my son the toys, the new clothes, toys he will grow up and use, things like that. But I can barely afford to buy him new outfits as it is. All the clothes, diapers, and wipes I have for him we’re given to me by family friends or church members. I feel like a horrible mother because I don’t even have the money to buy him anything except the things he has to have. It’s embarrassing asking for money, because people start to criticize you and make you feel helpless for not being able to get a job because of certain situations. My family makes me feel horrible about it sometimes, but I understand where they are coming from. When I got pregnant I didn’t expect our life to be like this once he was born. I thought it was going to go amazing, and then bad things just kept happening over and over. He could’ve been in that car with me the day we wrecked, but I thank god everyday he wasn’t. It would’ve killed him. But I decided to let my grandmother watch him while we went to the store and that was the best choice I could’ve made. I know I keep going off topic but I don’t know what to say really. It’s hard for me to ask anyone for help, but this isn’t about me. This is about my son being able to have a good Christmas, his first Christmas. Thank you to anyone who helps, and to those who can’t, I thank you also. It’s not just about what you give, but the thought counts also. Thank you very much. Have a wonderful Christmas.