I SEE Aiden Farrell quite a lot and his house needs quite a bit of work to make it more friendly for him.
With me shaving my head, it’s giving him the bits of money he needs to make his house more friendly.
I don’t really care that it’s my hair.
My friends have told me I’m mad for wanting to do it, they love their hair.
I don’t really care because I know when I’m older I’m going to have a good feeling.
I’ve got the thought in my head that my hair can grow back but he can’t grow a new pair of legs.
Aiden, who is three, is quite cheery – he’s always happy – when he’s having things done with his legs you can see the change.
Before when he didn’t have the botox treatment he was in pain with his legs.
But now he had it done he can walk it puts a smile on your face – it makes you feel happy.
I’m going to have it done on March 2 at the George and Dragon in South Street, Gosport.
I’m going to be a bit nervous I suppose but quite proud of myself as well.
I’ve put something on Facebook and on justgiving.com/Georgia-Lavin.
All the money from that goes to Tree of Hope and they’re going to put it on a cheque for his family.
People should donate when they see what Aiden’s life has been like.
They should try and put themselves in his shoes.
My aim was £500 but we’ve boosted it up to £1,000 now because we’ve gone over already. First of all my school weren’t happy but then I got a letter from the MP Caroline Dinenage.
She wrote to me after she saw it in The News.
Now my teachers are fine with it.