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Todd #21-12

  Boy, Born 2007 Good general condition, hydrocephalus with a shunt installed, spina bifida aperta, lower limb paraplegia, congenital anomaly of the excretory system – agenesis of the left kidney, hypotonic right ureter, osteogenesis imperfecta (which has not been genetically proven), convergent strabismus, logorrhoea, delayed neuropsychological development. Listed: Sept 11, 2013 Todd can sit independently. […]

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Rebekah

Girl, born 2006 Apert syndrome, craniosyntosis (frontal skull reconstruction done, midface advance needed, would be best done in the US), syndactyly of feet and hands (fingers surgically separated–has 4 digits on each hand). Rebekah feeds herself independently and calls people by name. She can identify objects and colours. She is independent in indicating her needs […]

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TANNER for the MacDonald family — MN

Laurie was raised in a large family, in a small town near the shores of Lake Superior in northeastern Minnesota. There were eight children in the family including Laurie and her identical twin sister. With many cousins growing up in nearby towns, crowds were always expected during holidays or weekend getaways at the family cabin. […]

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KAISEY for the Forge family — NC

Robert and Theresa met in 2000.  She was a young widow with 3 small children, and Robert was divorced with 2 daughters.  Three years later, they got married and relocated to North Carolina. The youngest of the children is Theresa Lauren, who they call TT.  She was born with Down syndrome and heart issues. Raising […]

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Charlie and Milo are turning two!

What a fantastic last year! These boys have truly grown by leaps and bounds since their first birthday bash. Our family has been greatly blessed in so many ways. We are blessed with these two boys – starting each morning greeted by their smiles, filling our days with their antics, and saying goodnight after singing […]

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A Family for LEO and SJ

We always viewed adoption as a part of our family’s future. Mom was born with a metabolic disorder called Phenylketonuria (PKU) that when treated immediately and consistently throughout life, allows the individual to pursue a happy, healthy life. Untreated, PKU causes cognitive delays and other neurological problems. Because our home is already set up to […]

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Brogan #

Boy:  2010 Intercranial trauma (surgery done at 11 months for it), mild-moderate delays, seizures. Listed: June 2017 Brogan is amiable, friendly, at times is too enthusiastic. He cooperates with others; participates in group activities; He shows that he is proud with his achievements; often searches for the approval of the adults and insist to make things […]

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Joran #

Male: 2004 Listed: 5/2017 Joran is a happy, loving young boy. He has Infantile cerebral palsy and spastic quadriparesis. He also has epilepsy and a severe mental delay. His motor skills are severely impaired and he cannot walk alone without a supporting equipment. He is extremely sensitive to sounds and touch. When he needs attention, or […]

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Blythe

Girl, born 2015 PRC Down syndrome, congenital heart defect Listed: May 2017 Blythe is a beautiful one-year-old baby girl. Blythe is a quiet and easy-going baby. She loves when adults talk to and smile at her. When someone is talking to her, she smiles and listens so well that it seems like she understands exactly […]

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Sosie

Girl, born 2012 Delayed development of more complex forms of communication and entertainment affect hypersensitivity tactile, visual and auditory, psychomotor hyperactivity, attention and memory deficits. She requires ongoing speech therapy. Listed: Dec 7, 2016 Sosie constantly acquires new language skills and communication, but the process is delayed. She can understand and follow simple commands like […]

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ADELAIDE and GERTIE for the Speck family — KS

The Speck family — Adam, Tiffany, Elijah, Avelyn, Malachai, Brynley, and Truenne — are excited to be adding to their family again, this time through adoption. While Adam and Tiffany had briefly discussed adoption when they were first married 16 years ago, the arrival of 5 biological children in a few short years and the […]

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MARCUS for the Turner family — MD

The Turner Family would like to introduce you to a very special little boy.  This is their child, Marcus! Although they do not know Marcus yet, Carl and Martha are adopting him from Eastern Europe. What they do know about Marcus is this: He has never known the warm and loving embrace of a mother, […]

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Aslan

Boy, born January 2008 PRC Epidermodysplasia Verruciformis (EV) Aslan has the heart of a lion. Every day he manages the physical effects of his special need. He likely has Epidermodysplasia Verruciformis. EV is a rare inherited condition characterized by chronic infection with human papillomavirus (HPV) leading to multiple cutaneous lesions. It can be disfiguring and […]

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Sherman

Boy, born August 2004 PRC Mild cerebral palsy Listed: January 27, 2015 Sherman is outgoing, clever and diligent. He enjoys talking with others and likes to imitate sounds and actions. Sherman enjoys listening to music and loves to dance! He is curious about new things and likes to read books, look at pictures, listen to […]

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Colton

Boy, born March 2005 PRC Cerebral Palsy and Hep B+ Listed: March 31, 2014 Colton is diagnosed with cerebral palsy and hepatitis b positive. He received selective dorsal rhizotomy surgery in 2010, followed by rehabilitation training and participation in Little Sister education. Colton is described as open, smart, and lovely. He likes talking with people […]

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Deacon

Boy, born October 2007 PRC Epilepsy, delayed development, Cerebral palsy Listed: Feb 2014 Deacon is active and restless. He likes helping the nurturer do things and has a strong imitating ability. He follows her to clean the floor and put the chopsticks on the table. His language development is not good, but he can express […]

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Jovan (L)

Boy, born June 2007 mixed developmental disorder and FAS Listed: September 24, 2013 Update from Dec 2012: After arrival the boy had attachment difficulty to the other children, had hard time while sleeping, was angry and upset, would not play with other children, his language was not clear, would cry without reason, would not eat and […]

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Quilliam

Boy, born February 2004 PRC postoperative intracranial hemorrhage Listed: July 9, 2013 Quilliam was found under an overpass when he was 2 months old. He had 2 procedures before the age of 1 which left him with lowered function of his upper left arm. At the date of his last report he was 7 and […]

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Jory

Boy, born July 2006 PRC Spina Bifida (postoperative meningocele), postoperative right club foot, postoperative hernia (and one leg shorter than the other) Listed: July 8, 2013 Jory was found abandoned beside the road at the age of 3 months. He has had corrective surgery to treat tethered spinal cord syndrome, meningocele and congenital cleft spine […]

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Blog for Reece’s Rainbow

B l o g  A b o u t  R R We love our Reece’s Rainbow advocates! Blogging is one of the most effective ways to raise orphan awareness. Hundreds of Reece’s Rainbow advocates have amazing blogs that tell the heart breaking – and heart warming – stories of these special children. Below is a list of advocate blogs that you might […]

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Amelia

Girl, born August 2007 PRC Tuberos Sclerosis — Congenital Bourneville-Pringle Syndrome Listed: April 2013 Amelia likes to dance, listen to stories, read picture books, and play hide-and-seek. She came into care around 8 months of age and was sponsored by Half the Sky Foundation’s nurturing program for infants. At 9 months, she could sit steadily alone […]

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Teagan

Boy, born January 2007 PRC Down syndrome Listed: June 17, 2011 Because Teagan has Down syndrome, his physical development, intelligence and mental development developed slowly and was delayed compared to kids of similar age obviously, especially motion and flexibility of his limbs were slightly poorer. In recent years, with the efforts of this institute and […]

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Adoption Process

This information is provided to potential adoptive families/individuals at no cost to you. Your adoption agency will also be able to help you with this, but some people like to know ahead of time exactly what to expect. It is good to do things in THIS ORDER…the “multi-tasker” knows to start one thing so other […]