Honey – HAS FOUND HER FAMILY!
DOB: Jan 2012
Honey has anal atresia and an extra finger. She is a happy little baby who likes to babble. At her last report from when she was 9 months, Honey was crawling and doing well. She likes to laugh, wave and play with toys. What a sweetheart!!
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DOB: March 2011
This sweet boy is Nicholas and he is a year and a half. He is fond of playing games, imitating noises and movements. He loves to be tickled and laughs loud. He also loves to play with his bells.
Nicholas was a premature baby, suffered from malnutrition and has a potential for development delays. He is a growing boy and loves to eat now. He loves to be the center of attention. For more information contact Kathy@wiaa.org or by phone at 970-775-3485.
DOB: November 2005
This cute lovable guy is Arthur, he is 7 years old. He is very smart and loves to learn. He enjoys jigsaw and performing. He is described as shy with unfamiliar people but once he gets to know you he opens right up.
Arthur has dwarfism. But he doesn’t let that hold him back. He gets along with all the other kids and loves to play. For more information contact Kathy by e-mail at Kathy@wiaa.org or by phone at 970-775-3485.
Eden – HAS FOUND HER FAMILY!
DOB: June 2002
This ten year old beauty is Eden. She is very quiet and has a sweet smile. Her “Aunties” said you can’t help falling in love with her. She likes to sing and dance. He loves to draw and do art.
Eden has post-operative cerebral palsy sequela. Because of the CPS she has a mild limp. She has normal development, both physical and intellectual. She is very smart. For more information contact Kathy by e-mail at Kathy@wiaa.org or by phone at 970-775-3485.
Abner – HAS FOUND HIS FAMILY!
DOB: October 2011
This smart little guy is Abner, he just turned one! He was described my his foster family as Strong, fair, short, and quiet. He loves to cuddle and laugh. He likes to play with other and if you turn music on he will dance!
Abner has a urinogential disease called Hypospadias. He also has a Hemangioma on the right side of his head (close to the hairline). There were also signs of epilepsy but the EEG that the hospital ran showed normal. Needs further testing for this. For more information contact Kathy by e-mail at Kathy@wiaa.org or by phone at 970-775-3485.
May – HAS FOUND HER FAMILY!
May has normal mental development and good physical growth. She is not shy with strangers and likes talking with her “Aunties”. She likes to help out and can do small chores.
Now she can recognize colors, and count. May likes singing with the other children, playing games and etc.
Elijah – HAS FOUND HIS FAMILY!
He can recognize people, state the names of objects and point them out in pictures. Elijah can recognize colors, and is learning how to compare and classify objects. He has good physical coordination ability and balance ability and can jump with his feet.
Elijah can follow the rules of games and likes to play with the other children. He goes to school, he has a good attention span and can communicate well with others.
Shawna just turned 4 and has Down’s syndrome.
Shawna is living in foster family and has built a really good attachment with them. She likes to be close to her foster parents and they love her very much.
Shawna is introverted and quiet. She likes imitating the actions of adults. At home, when her foster mother is doing housework, Shawna will get a cloth to clean somewhere following her mother. She also likes listening to music; when she sees children singing and dancing on TV, she will shake her hips with the music. Shawna also likes drawing, scribbling and writing.
She likes playing with other children, and can get along well with them. She can take care of herself, and in daily life she can express her needs, and the teachers, aunts and mother can understand her meaning.
She can take care of herself, and she can eat without help. Shawna knows how to use the bathroom and she can put on and take off clothes and shoes.
For more information, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org. You will be asked to complete a parent eligibility form for more information and photos. A $2500 grant is available to qualifying families for this adoption.