Boy, born September 2010
Congenital malformations of cardiac septa
Hello, cutie! Isn’t Tucker a doll?
We don’t have any additional health history – families should be prepared that Tucker may need heart surgery once home. He also appears to have crossed-eyes in this picture.
From a family who met him in April 2012:
Oh, this sweet, playful boy was so much fun! He would come over to us and play peek-a-boo and then run away laughing! He was very kind and played well with the other children, he was much loved by the nannies, and would make a wonderful son and brother!
From a family who met Tucker in December 2012:
Tucker is clearly a favorite in his groupa. He smiled often as he and his groupa were dancing to music and having a pretend snowball fight. He came over to us for attention and waved and smiled at us. He seemed very curious as to our presence there. The children were playing the piano and the cover came down on his hands. A nanny went over to make sure he was okay and jokingly yelled at the piano to make him laugh. I couldn’t help but think he should have a mama and papa there instead to kiss his little fingers and make his boo boo all better. Tucker desperately needs a family to call his own!
$1155.00 is available towards the cost of my adoption!