I have made a wish list on
Please search for it by my name:
Jazmin Nava
It is titled "HOUSE WARMING"


I didn't realize Target had wish lists so I made a wedding registry instead to serve the same purpose. Search:
Jazmin Nava (if asked for a date, the date is 04-08-14)

Thank you,
-Jazmin Nava

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Right now I am putting together Wish Lists/Registries on Walmart & Target sites. I'll be posting the links to those a little later on. As much as we would like to ask for fun things we want for christmas we are more concerned on beginning to get the stuff we need for our new home (once we have one) So for those of you asking for our xmas lists or what we need, these lists will be your guide.

Also, an update on our situation;
We have received so many coats and winter clothes ...and gift cards. We are very thankful to everyone who has helped us thus far. Right now we are settling in at my mothers house. I am pursuing a home through Habitat for Humanity. (Cross your fingers for us that we are approved) If by chance we are not approved we will have to find another way of getting into a house. For those of you asking (out of curiosity, I suppose) We will not be attempting repair to our mobile home. Nor will we be purchasing another one. And an apartment is out of the question (our dog would have us evicted as soon as we moved in) So when I say we are looking for a new house, Yes, I literally mean house.

Our XMAS plans:
Before this tragedy occurred, we had plans of spending December in California with our family. After a lot of consideration, we have decided that we will definitely still be going. We've been looking forward to this trip ALL year and our family worked so hard to purchase those tickets for us and are putting together a magical, love filled christmas for Julian. I'm looking forward to taking a vacation away from this nightmare and returning with a clear head.

As always, thank you all for your words of wisdom and support through all of this.

& any questions regarding donating, gift cards, etc.
Call Jazmin: 913-800-1795

-Jazmin Nava

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Last night our son Julian said his first prayer by himself.

He said, 'Dear God, I really miss my house. I miss my room and my toys. Please get us a new house so I can get a new room. And I want it to be a green dinosaur room. And mommy and daddy can have a brown room. Amen.'

We believe that somehow things will work out for the best. We hope that we'll be in a new home soon.


Please keep us in your prayers that we won't be homeless for too much longer.

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I apologize to everyone asking about donations and what we need. We've been so busy cleaning and trying to salvage what we can.

We've had a lot of clothes donated. So we may be alright on clothes now. We just need winter coats & sweaters and winter shoes or boots: below are sizes.

Jazmin: ...
Coats & sweaters: Large
Shoes: women's 8

Coats & sweaters: Large
Shoes: men's 8

Coats & sweaters: boys small/6
Shoes: kids 10-11

We could really use gift cards for Walmart or target.
Any monetary donations would really help towards rent for a new home. Every dollar helps.

Please message or call for the donation account info.


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Here is a list of places that the family eats and shops at:


  • Walmart
  • Target
  • Ross
  • Burlington Coat Factory
  • Savers
  • Kohls
  • Gordmans
  • Hyvee
  • Price Chopper
  • Applebee's
  • IHOP
  • Denny's
  • On The Border

Today we are beginning cleaning out our belongings. The house is uninhabitable therefore we need to get our stuff cleaned out quick before the park charges us lot rent for next month & before the chemicals set in too much.

Any extra hands to help us with this would be immensely appreciated.

Contact Jazmin:...

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The family needs clothes.  Below are the sizes.


Jose: Size 8



Jazmin: Size 8


Julian (age 5): 10-11 in shoes. Size 6 in pants and small in boys shirts.  Of course he would love toys too!

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Financial donations can be sent to any Bank of America for Jazmin & Jose Nava.

Olathe firefighters said a candle was responsible for starting a fire that did $70,000 in damage to a home Thursday afternoon.