Monica Kelsey has made it her personal mission to educate others on the Safe Haven Law and do whatever it takes to save the lives of innocent babies from being abandoned. Women who have an unplanned pregnancy love their children and they want to do what's best for the child but they don't want to have their faces seen.  The baby boxes takes the face to face interaction out of the surrender and protects the mother from being seen.  Safe Haven Law provides No Shame, No Blame, No Names.

This particular diddy (and by "diddy", I mean photo essay) is about three girls backpacking through Japan and how being herded into a cage at the top of a mountain; or eating solely instant ramen for a month; or riding Japan’s oldest and rustiest roller coaster with a five-year-old, can actually be a good thing. Blessings come in all forms, even if you feel like you need a tetanus shot afterwards.