find my family: Jonah

October 8, 2014 by nohandsbutours advocating, boys, Children Who Wait, WACAP 1 Comments

Jonah is just 3 years old and is a very smart little fellow. His motor skills are age appropriate and he has good eye-hand coordination. He can communicate using sentences made up of 5-10 words, but is still working on expressing his needs verbally. He often uses actions in order to get his needs recognized …Read More

find my family: Claire

October 2, 2014 by nohandsbutours advocating, Children Who Wait, WACAP 0 Comments

Meet Claire! Claire was born in January 2012 and is a quiet, introverted little girl. She was diagnosed with a heart condition when she was admitted to the orphanage at nine months old, but a later ultrasound showed her heart to be normal. Her development has lagged behind, and a CT scan reveals a brain …Read More

waiting child highlight: twelve is terrific!

September 6, 2014 by nohandsbutours advocating, boys, Children Who Wait, WACAP 0 Comments

Archer, born October 2002, is a charismatic boy, who was not shy when our staff (WACAP) saw him on a trip. He seemed to enjoy having an audience, and performed some cartwheels and breakdance moves! Caregivers report he loves all sports, but especially basketball. Archer is deaf, and does not speak. He attends a boarding …Read More

find my family: Quinn

August 26, 2014 by nohandsbutours advocating, boys, Children Who Wait, WACAP 0 Comments

Quinn, born May 2010, is adored by everyone because of his sweet smile, chubby face, and polite manners. When he sees a caretaker who has been gone for a few days, he will tell them how he missed them. A curious child, he wants to learn and explore new things, and asks lots of “Why” …Read More

waiting child highlight: WACAP

July 28, 2014 by nohandsbutours advocating, Children Who Wait, WACAP 0 Comments

Two precious children – who don’t even have a specific special need – waiting for their forever family to find them. Both are on WACAP’s designated list and have a $2000 grant for qualified families. Juliet, born April 2002, can be a little shy in unfamiliar settings, but once you get to know her she …Read More

waiting child highlight: Oh, those boys!

July 26, 2014 by nohandsbutours advocating, Children Who Wait, WACAP 0 Comments

Many people not familiar with China adoptions are surprised to find out that approximately 75% of children waiting to be adopted in China are, in fact, boys. There are many factors that have caused this staggering number of boys to wait…some of them for a really long time. As the mom of 3 amazing boys, …Read More

waiting child highlight: WACAP

July 18, 2014 by nohandsbutours advocating, Children Who Wait, WACAP 0 Comments

Oh the cuteness of these sweet little ones! Taylor, born October 2012, was found at one month old. He was sent to a foster home in December 2012 where he developed well. By November 2013, he could crawl quickly, can stand while holding onto something, and pick up small items with his thumbs and fingers. …Read More

Find my Family: Joseph

July 16, 2014 by nohandsbutours advocating, Children Who Wait, WACAP 0 Comments

Joseph is JOYFUL! Can’t you see? Every picture seems to capture the way his whole face lights up when he smiles! Joseph recently turned 5 years old. He is active, extroverted and energetic. The fact that he is a happy boy and gets along well with others has been notated in his file more than …Read More

Find My Family: Poppy

June 18, 2014 by nohandsbutours cerebral palsy, Children Who Wait, epilepsy, girls, WACAP 2 Comments

Meet Poppy who was born September of 2003. She is an extroverted, active girl who gets along well with other children. She shares her food and toys with other kids, and adapts well to new people and situations. Poppy has mild CP which affects her right hand but she can use her left hand to …Read More

Find My Family: Finley

June 8, 2014 by nohandsbutours boys, Children Who Wait, healthy waiting children, WACAP 0 Comments

Ten year old Finley is a healthy, quiet, introverted boy who spent his first several years in another institute before coming to his current orphanage in August 2012. Despite this big transition, he is doing very well! He is close to his caretaker and roommates, and likes playing with the other children and watching TV. …Read More

Find My Family: Grace with WACAP

May 13, 2014 by nohandsbutours advocacy; complex heart defects, advocating, Children Who Wait, Family Found, girls, WACAP 3 Comments

Update: My family has found me! This sweet little face belongs to Grace. Although her nannies describe her as timid and shy, she gets along well with others and is said to be energetic. She is six years old. She loves to listen to music, read books, and play with toys,. Dolls happen to be …Read More

Find My Family: Zack

May 12, 2014 by nohandsbutours advocating, boys, Children Who Wait, Family Found, WACAP 0 Comments

Update: My Family has found me! Zack is a very charismatic and outgoing boy who is usually very happy. He is a clear favorite of the nannies at his institute. He has a big personality and had the nannies laughing during one of his visits with us. He is described as being very smart by …Read More

Waiting child highlight: Cerebral Palsy

May 6, 2014 by nohandsbutours advocating, cerebral palsy, Children Who Wait, WACAP 0 Comments

All of these waiting children are listed with WACAP, contact them for more information or to review their files. Jonathan is described by his nannies as an “adorable child who always has a smile on his face.” He was born July of 2008. He’s very curious about new things, out-going and friendly and never fights …Read More

Find My Family: Mary

February 14, 2014 by nohandsbutours advocating, Children Who Wait, girls, WACAP 0 Comments

update: Mary is now on the shared list Mary, six years old in 2013, is an active, beautiful little girl who gets along well with others. She came into care at the age of 5, and was found to be a normal, healthy little girl who was developmentally on target. She adapted to the orphanage …Read More

waiting child highlight: older children

January 8, 2014 by nohandsbutours advocacy; older child adoption, advocating, Children Who Wait, WACAP 0 Comments

This article by Love Without Boundaries explains the great need for older child adoption. Highlighted below are three orphans waiting for a family. Could one of them perhaps be yours? Gideon: Born in March of 2000, Gideon is a very talented athlete. His favorite sport is swimming and he won a medal at the Special …Read More