Waiting child highlight: girls

March 20, 2014 by nohandsbutours advocating, Children Who Wait, girls 0 Comments

Molly

image

This cutie pie is Molly! It seems she is passed over because she looks like a boy but you can see the beauty in her eyes. The orphanage says her intelligence is normal. She is doing amazingly well and is almost six. She has a very long, and scary sounding diagnoses but she is doing amazingly well. Her latest update from May 2013 says: Molly’s intelligence development is normal, perceive and language competence are good. likes to learn, listen to music and play games, she can draw, she knows some daily supplies, she can call their name, loves to play with other children as her age. Her memory is a little bit poor compared to the other children her age. Now she is in a local kindergarten. Her official diagnoses is: supratentorial hydrocephalus, maldevelopment of corpus callosum. For more information contact Wasatch Or visit our Waiting Child blog. Grant funding is available in an amount up to $2500.

Brynn

image

Brynn is listed with Children’s Home Society of Minnesota. Born 3/2007, she is reported to have the strong ability to learn new things. She attends school, can write, sing songs, and recites poetry better than her classmates. She is described as clever, outgoing and strong. She can catch a ball, stand on one foot, speak in complete sentences and answer simple questions about herself. Her favorite activity is to play on the slide and build with blocks. She takes medication for epilepsy and has some speech delays but they are reported to have very little effect on her day-to-day skills. Please reference ID 213-48SF. Eligible families may qualify for a grant through LSS/CH and Brittany’s Hope Foundation.

Chloe

image

Chloe is listed with Agape adoptions. Little Chloe is 6 years old and waiting for her forever family. She lives with a foster family in Asia. Chloe is part of our One to One program. We have met her in person and have videos of her! Chloe is a quiet little girl who enjoys dancing to music and drawing. Though Chloe was abandoned at birth and had a rough start, she has grown like a champ! She love to eat! Her caregivers say her mental and physical development is normal. Chloe has a bullous ichthyosis/psoriasis that will need continued treatment, and she needs a loving family who will gently care for her and draw out her sweet personality.

Belle

image

Cute little Belle is 6 and used to have epilepsy. She has not had seizures for 7 months and is not currently on medication. She has normal development and is described as open and lively. Belle has a pair of large eyes and fair skin, and she really loves to smile. Everyone thinks she has grown very lovely. For more information, please contact Wasatch or visit the Waiting Child blog. Grant funding available to qualifying families up to $2500.

Amanda

image

Hi, I’m Amanda! I am 5 years old and I love to play with my foster siblings. I came into care when I was 2 years old and the doctors told me I have Cerebral Palsy. I am living in a foster family and they work with me daily on walking and speaking. I am able to walk and stand on my own. I can be shy and do not like to talk a lot, especially to people I do not know well. I love to be cuddled and played with by my foster family. I am particularly fond of sweet fruits as desserts. I can be adopted by singles or couples who meet China’s eligibility requirements. For more information or to adopt Me, please contact GWCA.

For more information on beginning the adoption process, contact the Advocacy Team.



Leave a Reply