Bridge the generations with a dolls' house!
20 May 2014
Here’s a nice tale of the positive relationships that sharing a dolls’ house hobby can bring.
Fred Miller, a longtime volunteer at Children's Hospital & Medical Center in Omaha built this dolls' house
for Natalee Stieb and her younger sister, Annie.
The Omaha World-Herald explains
how Natalee was born with spina bifida and during her time in the hospital, the eight-year-old developed a special bond with Mr Miller.
She has to use a wheelchair and she's spent six of the past 12 months hospitalised.
Her special connection with Fred grew through their project and Natalee looks for him whenever she's at the hospital - and likewise, Fred always finds her when she's admitted.