As reported earlier, Mia Robertson, one of the most beloved stars of A&E’s hit-show Duck Dynasty, is undergoing yet ANOTHER surgery to repair a cleft palate and lip.
The surgery is taking place TODAY, and they are asking for prayers via their Facebook page:
The post says:
Mia goes into surgery tomorrow. Please keep her in your prayers as she starts the long journey of recovery.
To show your support, please wear her necklace (http://
www.missyrobertson.com/ mia-moo-jewelry). Your purchase goes to Mia Moo Fund, which helps pay for cleft palette related surgeries for other children. Thank you for all of your support and prayers! We don’t know what we would do without our fans.
EDIT: Thank you for your support and prayers! The necklaces previously mentioned are out of stock, but you can purchase a #BeBraveAndKeepGoing bracelet (http://
www.missyrobertson.com/ mia-moo-jewelry/ be-brave-and-keep-going-bra celet). Funds will still go to the Mia Moo Fund.
The gold and silvery jewelry they are selling is is their way of raising funds for the Mia Moo Fund. As their website says:
“Though so many come into this world each year with the condition, we still don’t know enough about why it happens and how to prevent it. Advancement in craniofacial research will not only help those with the condition, but also those around them and the world as a whole.”
Those born with a cleft have to cross hurdles that others will never have to. Children with clefts often have trouble in social settings, such as school. Sometimes, their inability to verbally communicate with others can lead to feelings of isolation and emotional problems like shyness and depression. Such issues can cause some to fail to reach their true potential.
Whenever anyone fails to reach his or her potential, we all pay for it because we are all connected in some way or another.
— Ainsley Earhardt (@ainsleyearhardt) March 27, 2015
— Keith Fentress (@keithfentress) March 27, 2015
Please say prayers for Mia Robertson 2day(and her fam), as she's having surgery. She's the sweetest, kindest, little girl. We love you, Mia!
— Victoria Koloff (@VictoriaKoloff) March 27, 2015
Please share this post and PRAY for Mia. We want the surgery to be a success, so she can life a happy and healthy life!