waiting child highlight: heartsent boys

March 14, 2014 by nohandsbutours advocating, boys, Children Who Wait, Heartsent Adoptions 1 Comments

This post features three special little boys who are listed with Heartsent Adoptions. Please let them know if you are interested in any of these treasures!

Meet Kane


Kane is a handsome boy who is now 6 years old. He was born January of 2008. He attends school, where they report he is smart, engaging, and friends with many children. Kane was born with CP, and was unable to walk until he had surgery in 2012. He can now stand, take steps with assistance, and walk up stairs while holding the handrail or wall. With therapy, Kane may improve his walking! His fine motor skills are excellent, and his speech is very good, too. Kane loves to build things…I can just imagine his joy if he received an erector set! Kane loves to be outdoors. A family for Kane should be ready to have lots of fun, and spend many hours building. This is one very special boy!

Meet Paxton


Paxton is a very handsome boy who is 7 years old. He is in school, where he enjoys learning. Paxton arrived at the orphanage when he was a tiny baby, and was found to have a myelomeningocele on his neck. He received surgery for this in December 2006, and surgery for the hydrocephalus in 2007. He recovered well from both procedures. Paxton can walk, but his legs can be weak, and he sometimes falls down. He is a very smart boy, who loves books and building with blocks. His intelligence is the same as other kids his age. Paxton needs a family who loves Lego blocks, and outdoor activities! Please open your hearts to Paxton!

Meet Tucker


Tucker is a handsome, and active boy who is 7 years old. He came into care when he was 3 years old, and was soon diagnosed with epidermolysis bullosa simplex. He received treatment (which continues), and his condition appears to be better controlled. Tucker has never let anything slow him down, despite his running speed being a bit slower than his friends. He loves to play outdoors, and especially loves to play ball. He is quite a good kicker! Tucker enjoys coloring books when he manages to sit still, and pays close attention so that he colors inside the lines. Tucker likes the trampoline, and the seesaw. He is busy! Tucker has agreed to be adopted, and we hope we can help him find a family very soon!

Contact the Advocacy Team for more information on beginning the adoption journey.

One Response to “waiting child highlight: heartsent boys”

  1. Astrid says:

    Just stumbling across thsi blog, and I love the sensitivity with which you tell about these boys. I can’t rasie kids as I’m multiply disabled myself, but I really hope someone comes to adopt these little boys soon.

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