This is an update on Lifeline’s list of waiting children, and is current as of December 7, 2009.
Kenny ~ Boy
congenital level nystagmus
Tessa ~ Girl
lower grade dysgnosia
Noah ~ Boy
mental development delay
Jared ~ Boy
update & pictures 5/09
Jared is a very active and outgoing child. As he is blind, he is very careful when he goes to a new place. He feels more comfortable when his foster Mom is around. He walks very well if he knows the place. Whenever Mom calls his name, he can track the sound to go to her. He can push the toy car on the floor to play with. He can pick up the toys with 2 hands and knock each other. He knows to say No. He loves music and enjoys spending time with family. He likes toy with sound.
Parker ~ Boy
after medicine treatment he has normal development now, no dysnoesia and can look after himself completely.
Shawn ~ Boy
video and update 3/09
Nathan ~ Boy
postoperative congenital deformed genital organs
update and pictures 6/09
Nathan is an active boy and runs very fast. Although he is thin, he is very strong. He hardly gets sick. His favorite activity is to play with classmates and friends. He likes to climb, run. His favorite toys are water guns, cars and plane.His mental development is very good. He can express his feeling so well. He is very active and outgoing. He is very polite. He helps a lot at home. His foster mom thinks he is such an easy child. Nathan can urinate normally since his surgery.
Jeremiah ~ Boy
osteoma of right tibiofibula and pathological bone fracture on far section of right tibia.
update and pictures 6/09
Miller ~ Boy
update and pictures 5/09
Carter ~ Boy
Congenital heart disease (dextrocardia)
Since he joined the orphanage, he has developed very normally. He is quite active and likes to be the leader of the children. He is kind of shy when he meets strangers. He is 82cm, 12kg, 48cm head, 38cm arm, 54cm chest, 41cm leg, 49 sitting height 13.5cm foot.
Please help him to find a family. We know he will have chance to do the surgery in US and it will bring him a better future.
Billy ~ Boy
congenital mixed type cleft lip and palate repaired
Daniel ~ Boy
1. congenital both deformity of external ear;
2. severe sensorineural hearing loss
Isabelle ~ Girl
1. Congenital heart disease 2. slow mental development
Andrew ~ Boy
2. Nervous system and motion stunt
update & pictures 9/09
Charlie ~ Boy
cunnus abnormity, normal physical development
Frank ~ Boy
cleft lip and palate post-operation
Frank went to the foster home in August 2006. He has developed everything so much since he joined the foster home. He is a loving and polite boy. He is also very independent and does everything for himself. He can help the foster Mom to do a lots of homework. He studies hard and is doing great in the school. He likes to write article. He is very active and outgoing. He likes to play with friends and is getting along well with them. He likes sports very much. He also likes singing, dancing, drawing and music.
Hunter ~ Boy
postoperative congenital cleft lip and palate
Jeffrey ~ Boy
underdevelopment of left lower limb. Otherwise healthy
UPDATE – 9/23/2009
Jeffrey is getting stronger and taller recently. He sleeps better than before. He speaks very clearly and logically. Although he has special need of his left leg, it doesn’t affect his walking. He is also very independent. He is in the second grade. He was so ready before he went back to school. He packed his school bag well before the new school started. During his school time, he always does very well. He is polite to his teachers and is friendly to his classmates. He studies very hard and finish everyday’s homework on time. He has beautiful handwriting and his homework is always done with high quality. His teaches adore him very much.
Nyah ~ Girl
1. Hep. B positive, 2. dental caries
Nyah has been in the foster home since she was 1 year old. She has been taken care of by grandparents. She has very close relationship with her foster family. She is very happy and gentle. She has smile on her face all the time. She does not easily get mad and she is easy to comfort when she is upset. She has very good habits, put clothes on by self, take shower and wash face by herself, pack the school bag by self and help to do cleaning, cooking at home. She loves to do things and never complains. She is a good student in the kindergarten and school. She enjoys going school every day and attending all kinds of activity. She is polite to her teachers and loves her classmates. She wants to do anything she can to help people.
Summer ~ Girl
congenital dysplasia of both upper limbs
Video available 9/09
Summer is in the third grade now. She can’t do much homework because of her arms speical need. She also can’t raise her arms very high and can’t bend them well. She can feed herself. She will need help to put clothes on, especially her tops. If her pant are loose, she can pull them up. She will need help to use rest room too. Her speech is very well and can communicate with others smoothly.
Aaron ~ Boy
1. congenital cleft lip and palate; anorthopia; mental retardation.
Gage ~ Boy
postoperative waist meningocele
Gage acts the same as other healthy children. He can jump and run. He plays ball very well. He likes to play games with other children. His favorite game is to act as a policeman and catch the thief. He reacts fast and moves fast too. He is always the winner when he plays the games. He is a very smart and sweet boy. He is going pre-school. He is doing super at studying and also getting along well with other children. He is very polite too. He can do the math less than 10. His hand writing is beautiful. He can write and read Pinying. He likes to read story book. He is a good talker. Every day after school, he always share his story with nannies by very clear statement. He likes to show himself all the time. He is very active and outgoing. He is very independent and trying to do everything by self. He can eat, drink, put clothes on, take shower. He has a very routine life everyday. He is a very easy going, happy and kind little boy.
Brian ~ Boy
congenital pudendum hermaphroditism
DNA test confirms that Brian is a boy. Surgery has been completed.
Ian ~ Boy
1. underdevelopment of brain 2. questionable mental development
Dawson ~ Boy
both hands and feet deformity
Dawson has very fine physical and mental development except his limb special needs. He is super smart. He can walk alone well. Sometimes, his right foot cleft when he walks, but he can control it when he walks. He is very outgoing and active, even very naughty. He likes to be praised. When you tell him “good boy,”, he always smiles. He likes to communicate with people. He always says hi to everyone. He is very polite. When he sees any visitors, he likes to go to shake hands. He likes to read book and listen to music. He has very good sense of music. When he hears the music, he always shakes his body and dance. He is not a picky eater. We all love him very much.
cunnus androgyneity – recheck platelet
Evan ~ Boy
Evan was sent to a foster home on April 29th, 2008. He has grown up very well since then. He is almost 2 years old. His mental level is the same as other children. He can walk alone well. He can speak 2 or 3 words sentences. He understands well when you talk to him. His favorite thing is to watch cartoon. He likes noisy toys. He is very outgoing and enjoys playing with other children a lot. He has normal eatting schedule. He doesn’t like hard food. He still takes bottle. He eats an egg each day. He knows to go to rest room when he needs. He can go to pick up the cracker and bread to feed himself.
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