CarlaMarie calls AngelJayce her “miracle baby,” and no one can get enough of his beautiful “forever smile” which illuminates everyone’s world – along with his charismatic and gregarious personality.
At only 2 years of age, AngelJayce has already had two surgeries to repair his cleft lip and palate and a surgery to replace his ear tube to help him hear. He’s just started speech therapy to hone his speech and language articulation.
“myFace is an army on the frontlines that protects and guides all craniofacial families.”
CarlaMarie says her biggest fear right now is for AngelJayce to lose his confidence due to bullying. Even with the strong support system and love he has at home, she recognizes that it can take just one bully at school or outside the home to shatter one’s self-love and self-worth. Luckily myFace seeks to educate and inform students, teachers, adults – everyone in the community – about living with a facial difference and the importance of acceptance, choosing kind and celebrating uniqueness at every turn. We remind people that just because someone may look different on the outside, it does not mean they are different on the inside.
For CarlaMarie and her family, myFace and our community will always be there for our craniofacial patients and their families, offering the care, emotional support, guidance, and resources for them to lead full and productive lives.