Linking up with other organisations and individuals who are striving to improve the lives of vulnerable children has always been important to Mama Sue.
We can learn so much from each other, and shared experience enables us to grow.
So Mama was delighted to welcome visitors from Nairobi who were referred to the Happy House by the District Children's Officer.
The three children's workers are visiting the coastal area to respond to the emotional needs of displaced children from the Tana Delta where tribal clashes over recent months have claimed more than 200 lives.
Beatrice Njoroge who works for Children at Risk ministries under SIM- Kenya Chapter,Martha Moraa from Faraja Adventist Children Centre in Ngong and Antonina Naliaka a social worker working with The Nairobi Chapel found their visit to our family enlightening.
Our social worker, Uncle Billy said: "After touring the home and having a chat with Mama Sue they agreed she was consultant ever since she has achieved a great deal in making a difference for needy children within a short space of time.
"Mama Sue was invited to visit them upcountry and promised to visit sometimes in April.''
Pictured with Uncle Billy, Mama and Papa are Beatrice Njoroge, Martha Moraa and Antonina Naliaka.