Most kids at Christmas time ask for new toys, but Brenlyn isn’t like most kids. Brenlyn wanted to help the homeless instead and that’s how #paginacovers began.  Brenlyn asked for “pagina covers” for Christmas. This was her way of asking for pads and tampons, something she had recently learned is a high-need item at the local homeless shelter.




As her mom, I think this desire to help comes from some experiences she’s had since she was little. Brenlyn has asthma and has spent some time in the hospital when things got bad. Brenlyn also has eosinophilic esophagitis which has caused her to have trouble eating since she first ate solid foods as a baby. To top it all off, Brenlyn’s list of food allergies includes pork, eggs, milk, peanuts, shellfish, spinach, watermelon, onion, raspberries, wheat, corn, melon, navy beans, asparagus, and vanilla! Having conditions like this help create empathy and compassion for others that are struggling. But to know Brenlyn is to know that she has no fear, no worries, and a lot of fight!


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