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Other Angel Boys, 0 – 5

There is a very special joy that boys bring to life. Unfortunately, they are often the last ones to be chosen for adoption. We so hope you will find YOUR new son right here at the end of Reece's Rainbow.

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Reece's Rainbow, PO Box 4024, Gaithersburg, MD 20885

“Your gift will serve ALL of the children, as 10% of each waiting child donation is shared with our Voice of Hope fund as well!

The majority of these children posted here can also be adopted by CANADIAN FAMILIES! Please inquire!


Ashur (2) Ashur (1)Boy, born November 2010
congenital microphthalmia

Ashur is so cute! He has low vision and participates in a program that provides high quality care and education for orphans who are blind or visually impaired. Every child has an individual education plan and the goal is to allow them to be independent and live life to the full.

He is a very friendly child when he is with his ayis and friends, but he is extremely timid and afraid around strangers. He loves to reward people who pay attention to him with giant, ear to ear smiles. He can see things to an extent, including colors and shapes, and he can pick up a piece of rice or cookie off the table or floor if he has dropped it. However, he can’t see further away. This rarely limits him though and he is an amazing little boy who loves talking, singing and giggling as well as walking, jumping and playing. He also loves cuddles and he is happy to play on his own, play with other kids and also play with adults.

$54.00 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!


BennyBoy, born May 2010
repaired bilateral cleft lip and palate

Benny is 3 years old and has a repaired bilateral cleft lip and palate, no other health concerns.  He does have some  delayed speech due to the cleft lip and palate, and he receives speech therapy for this. His nannies had the following to say about boisterous Benny: “He is gentle, cute and lovely, occasionally he is a little naughty, likes to stay with his familiar caretakers, likes playing toys. When the music plays, he will wave hands, and shake his hip, and he is so lovely; under the care and love of everyone he grows up healthily and happily in this center and has formed stable and close bond with caretakers. All the nannies hope that he could have a warm and happy family early.”

New photos and updated report has been requested and should be forthcoming as his current photos and report is a year old.


$56.25 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!



Boy, born July 2008
Post op heart condition


Hans is an active little boy who loves to talk. His caregivers report that he is just like other children his age. He loves to play and sing. He would love to sing for his new family!

The agency has additional information available and a video for interested families.


$72.00 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!

Kolby #65

Kolby_smBoy, Age: 3
Diagnosis: Retrolental fibrodysplasia on both sides.

Kolby can crawl and walk a few steps when held by hand of an adult. He is able to hold a toy that was passed to him. He recognizes familiar and unfamiliar voices. He repeats everything said by adults and is learning children songs. He is able to answer questions correctly with yes or no. He is able to raise himself around fixed support and to sit. He enjoys the proximity of a loved adult, he likes to be hugged. He prefers to play with rattles, creating strong noise by hitting them into objects. He has a positive attitude towards himself and the surrounding. He does not show any signs of aggression or autoaggression.


Because we only have this child’s file for a short time, he will not be able to receive donations until a family is found for him.


Shawn (1) Shawn (2)Guardian AngelBoy, born July 2008
Congenital Arthrogryposis

Shawn is a sweet, capable little boy who can walk, sit, raise his hands above his head and bend over to pick things up. His caretakers described him as an optimistic and active child. Shawn enjoys listening to stories and has good language skills. He understands instructions and can express his thoughts well. He performs well in class and can share well with his peers. He likes to play games with other kids and really likes to play with the bowling ball and electric piano. Shawn also likes to color and to dance with the help of his teacher. He is described as kind and will comfort others when they are sad. This sweet little boy is waiting for his family to find him and help him to be all he can be.

$110.95 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!


photoboyBoy, 2 years old
Suspected autism, deaf


Derek is a very sweet, 2-year-old boy who was abandoned by his mother because he is missing an ear. He is exhibiting autistic behavior, has bilateral conductive deafness, and is missing one finger. He is affectionate and loving, and looking for a forever family!

Photo available for serious inquiries.

Because we only have this child’s file for a short time, he will not be able to receive donations until a family is found for him. The agency anticipates they’ll have his file for 3-6 months.


Gabe (1)

Gabe (2)Boy, born December 2008

Gabe participates in a program that provides high quality care and education for orphans who are blind or visually impaired. Gabe was only 18 months when he first arrived and he was terrified. He didn’t want to leave his ayi, and would cry whenever she put him on the floor. He didn’t smile a single time his first week. He didn’t speak at all, but would only cry if he wanted something. He enjoyed playing by himself with a few toys, but didn’t care to interact with the other children. He also didn’t want to walk. He has had both eyes removed due to Retinoblastoma, but he is cancer free now! He has two prosthetic eyes.After a short time, Gabe began to get used to his new environment. He started smiling all the time and began to enjoy exploring his new home. At first he walked incorrectly, but with the patient help of his ayis, he can now walk and run normally. He quickly learned that adults liked it when he showed affection, so he started hugging everyone all the time. Gabe has learned to talk, get his own water, eat by himself, and other self help skills. He is a fast learner and did so well in his last class that he moved up to be with the older kids. He has lots of energy and is learning how to sit still without fidgeting during his lessons. He has been using a cane to walk with and he walks very confidently – he has excellent skills in orientation and mobility. It has been amazing to see Gabe learn and grow. He is an amazing boy!

$288.00 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!


40222115638Boy, born October 2011
Cerebral palsy, spastic tetraplegia, optic nerves atrophy


$5.00 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!


Robbie (1)

Robbie (2)Boy, born April 2010
Low Vision

Robbie is a bundle of fun! He loves to jump, play, talk and sing and he really likes being silly. He is learning how to do a lot of self help skills for the first time, such as changing his shoes, putting on clothes and he practices fine motor skills with lots of different activities and objects. He is very sweet and he loves attention. Robbie is in a primary school class with other children who have low vision. Robbie receives services from an organization that provides high quality care and education for orphans who are blind or have low vision. His teachers fell that Robbie could easily go to a mainstream school and learn with sighted children. He is waiting for a family that he can be silly with and who will help him continue his great progress.

$4.73 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!


Gabriel 2

Gabriel 1Boy, born December 2011
postoperative lumbosacral meningomyelocele; hydrocephalus; Chiari deformity; left down limb deformity with paralysis; nervous bladder


Gabriel has delayed limb and intelligence development. At the age of 3 months, he could smile if being teased and could turn his head. At the age of 6 months, the center arranged his rehabilitation training. He could control his head,turn over, could not sit alone, had right lower limb deformity, club feet, and normal left lower limb. At the age of 9 months, he could grasp his toys, hold his bottle to drink, and smile at familiar people. At the age of 1 year, he could imitate adult’s action, hit the toy blocks, and giggle if happy. At the age of 1.5 years, he could sit alone after a period of rehabilitation training, crawl and stand with holding, but still could not walk. Now he can imitate speaking, understand simple directions, and can recognize some common objects. Gabriel is open, lovely, likes music and toys, and likes playing games with familiar people. He can smile if happy and can wave his hands and feet when he hears the music. He has built stable and close relationships with the care takers.

$22.50 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!


40402205812Boy, born December 2012
Congenital pathology of the central nervous system, internal hydrocephalus


This tiny little guy needs a mama’s love!


$18.00 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!


KristoffBoy, born November 2011
Cerebral Palsy


Look at this heart breaker. He has mild cerebral palsy and is just too cute. The agency has updated photos and a development report. Can’t you just picture him rocking his way into your heart?


$0.00 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!


40402205041 VannBoy, born October 2013
After-effects of birth trauma – brain affection; open arterial duct (does not need surgery).


Such a sweet, squishy little guy!  His head is completely flat on the back.


$4.50 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!

George and Martha

40331220722 (3)Boy, born May 2010
Delay of psychological and speech development, used to have heart defect (oval window that closed), hemangioma, chest deformation.

George can fulfill simple instructions, does not walk very well, has been in the orphanage for 1.5 years.


Girl, born August 200440331221003 (2)
Severe mental delays

Martha does not react to her name, does not know colors, does not play with toys.  can feed herself, but is not adequate. She would eat banana with skin and candy with cover. She is not potty trained. Her speech is almost not developed.


There is a history of prior neglect; George has better development because he lived in the family less time than Martha, before they were removed.

$4.50 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!


Robert Photo 1 March 2014Robert was born very prematurely in May 2010. He has been diagnosed with intrauterine chronic acute hypoxia, severe asphyxia, and retinopathy of prematurity.

Robert is an active child who likes to play with noisy and musical toys. He can walk, but due to his impaired vision needs to hold on to a stable support or someone’s hand. Robert is friendly and interactive, but can be stubborn and is protective of his favorite toys. He eats very well and likes being first when the meals are served.

Robert needs a patient and loving family that can provide the resources he requires to develop further.

Additional photos, reports, and videos are available upon request from the agency.

From a family who met Robert in May 2014: Even though Robert has impaired vision, it is clear that he sees something as he navigates himself through the room and seeks physical contact with others.  Robert can walk with stable support and cruises along walls and furniture on his own.  He was very affectionate with my husband and clearly enjoyed the attention.  Robert was also able to play interactively with our son when receiving some guidance.  The two boys had so much fun riding the seesaw together.

$50.00 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!


40223153742 (1)teddyBoy, born January 2012
Spastic dyplegia, completely deaf


Sweet boy has such beautiful, dark eyes.
Update from a family who met him in early 2014:
Teddy crawls- he’s very high functioning. He does have some autistic type behaviors- but I think it’s because he cannot hear. In other words- he stims from boredom, and when they call his name, unless he’s looking at their faces when they speak, he appears not to respond. Which is to be expected, as he is deaf.

$131.50 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!


ZakiBoy, born May 2009
post-op Congenital Heart Defect (VSD), mild estropia of both eyes

Zaki has a ready smile and likes to be active. He can jump off the floor with both feet and he goes up and down the stairs without help. Zaki also likes to plays games; are you ready for a game of hide and seek or tag with cute little Zaki?

$5.00 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!

Isaac Matthew

boyBoy, born 2008

heart problem – systolic heart murmur. Disproportional development.


The agency will be able to request a picture for serious inquiries.


$45.00 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!


Westonweston updated picture feb2014Boy, born November 2008
Cerebral Palsy

Weston is diagnosed as having CP and mastoiditis. Weston has delayed motion development. He came into care at 1.5 years of age. At that time, he could sit alone, but his muscular tension was low and his head control was bad. At the age of 4 years, he was receiving preschool education, could imitate drawing circles, recognized big and small, and knew left and right. Now he can wash his face and hands, eat independently, and can speak sentences of 7-8 words. He can read simple characters, communicate with people, and express his will. After the rehabilitation treatment, he can crawl, but still cannot stand and walk. His muscular tension is low, but his hand function is good. His hip joint and both lower limb joints were deformed and he is continuing to receive the rehabilitation treatment. Weston is gentle, quiet, and shy. He likes staying with familiar people going to class, playing with toys, and watching cartoon with kids. He likes expressing his thoughts and being praised.

$45.00 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!


40428232901 (4)Boy, born late 2011
congenital absense of ear, canal, hand/finger, fused fingers, cleft palate, congenital malformation of cardiac septa


Oskar has had surgery for his cleft palate.

Additional pictures available.

$25.00 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!


Boy, born October 2010

Leukoma Cornea (Blindness in both eyes) & Developmental Delays



Armand entered foster care due to inadequate care and parental skills.  He has resided in care since February 2011.

Armand likes to be spoken to and laughs when his name is called. He laughs and smiles when caregivers touch his face and talk to him.

$64.75 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!

Riley (L)

Riley B233Boy, born Nov 2008
mixed developmental disorder, FAS, light level of hearing disorder, body carriage disorder, hypertrophia, low height.

Update as of January 2013:   He has no preferred activity; his play is chaotic and he is easily distracted.   Child can name and show his body parts, recognizes objects in the pictures, knows and names colours, but needs help in putting correctly the pyramids rings, but if he is helped – then achieves the task, puts together puzzle out of 3-5 pieces.

Riley is very emotional. He seeks contact with other persons and obviously expresses joy when he is provided with individual attention. He most often communicates by mimicking, but he has started to speak – still his articulation is not correct, his language comprehension still has some limits.

Sometimes he has difficulty during the eating time, and needs assistance with hygeine/self-care.  His balance and coordination is disturbed. Riley has difficulty to follow the rules and order in the group.  Riley’s behavior sometimes distracts other children’s activities. He has been observed to have self-aggression. His mood changes often.

$488.00 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!


kylerBoy, born April 2009
Congenital Heart Defect

Kyler is 3 years old and super cute. He can be spoiled but is close with his caretakers. In April 2013, he had surgery called a “right double-way Glenn operation.” The doctors say that he has a complex heart defect: transposition of the great arteries, pulmonary stenosis, and an ASD and VSD. The doctors told him that he is a brave boy but will need to have another operation next year.

Kyler can be quite talkative but when he gets around strangers he becomes shy. He likes getting to play with the other children but since he has a heart problem, he cannot go to school with his friends.

$2,104.50 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!


Shandler (2)Shandler (1)Boy, born December 2011
unilateral aural atresia (a small unformed ear), radial club arm, right hernia.

Isn’t Shandler a sweetheart? Just look at the new photo of him all filled out and looking so healthy! Here is what his orphanage staff say about him:
“Little Shandler is fairly quietly and some times a little impatient, even the time before drinking milk. At ordinary time, he is very obedient and is very close to the grandmother. He will smile at her as long as he sees her. He likes to watch little brothers and sisters play games very much, as seems that he wants to take part in it. He likes the little rattle toys very much and likes to explore it.”

Sounds like Shandler is just missing one thing— a FAMILY.

$10.00 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!




Boy, born February 2011
Cerebral Palsy

Breckin has cerebral palsy, but he can sit up and stand with assistance. He can even take a few steps if you hold onto his hands! He cannot yet feed himself, but he has practiced holding his own spoon and sippy cup and has made great progress.

$13.50 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!



Boy, born September 2010
Cerebral Palsy and Microcephaly

Mederick has cerebral palsy and cannot sit or walk. He currently receives his feedings through an NG tube. He is on medication for seizures. Mederick receives regular therapy and is generally very relaxed during this. Mederick is often a sleepy little guy, but when he is awake, he will look around and observe his world.

$4.50 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!


40115180338 HollaceGuardian AngelBoy, born January 2011
Cerebral palsy – spastic diplegia; blindness of both eyes; hernia; valgus feet; cardiovascular system malformations


$78.30 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!

Kristopher #4-5

DOB: 2010
Diagnosis: congenital cataract of both eyes and congenital glaucoma
Cytomegaloviral Infection that was passed to him from his birth mother


Kristopher is 1 year old. He’s had 2 eye surgeries already and needs surgery for both cataracts. He’s been seen by an opthamologist 10 times since arriving at the orphanage when he was 4 months old.


He is just beginning to learn to crawl. He has good head control and attempts to pull himself up. He is making combinations of sounds. He picks up toys and moves them closer to him.  He enjoys interactions with caregivers and smiles when they come close to him.   He expresses his pleasure by babbling to get their attention and then cheering when they respond. He laughs loudly and plays with toys with initiative. He is beginning to interact with other children.  He is receiving physical therapy, speech therapy and basic instruction to foster his social development.


UPDATE (April 2012):  

Kristopher is doing very well. In the new videos of him, he is tracking objects, playing with toys and saying “mama”!
He does have cataracts and would benefit from lens replacement surgery. The orphanage is currently seeking funds to have this done ASAP so that his development is not hindered by his vision problems. He is still very young and a family starting the process now could have him home before his 3rd birthday.


UPDATE Jan 2014:
Kristopher currently lives in a family style group home with several other children. He’s receiving therapy daily. Updates on his development are coming soon.

Because we only have this child’s file for a short time, he will not be able to receive donations until a family is found for him.



Guardian Angel

Boy, born Dec 2008


Eric is a smiley little fellow who likes to feel his caretaker’s heartbeat or pulse, because it comforts him. He would be a wonderful little brother in a household of older children.


Eric has arthrogryposis and compensated hydrocephalus. He has had a surgical repair of spina bifada. Overall, he is healthy and would do well in a family without smaller children. His upper body is quite strong and he has full use of his hands, fingers and arms, but he has little control or movement in his lower limbs and they are significantly smaller than his upper body. He can squeeze very tightly with his hands, and reach a full arm’s length with no problems even though his resting position is the one you see in the pictures. He does not talk, according to the caretakers but does make sounds to communicate. Cognitively, he has significant delays due to his history of spina bifida and hydrocephalus. He is very much still an infant in many ways.


The picture in the orange shirt was taken at age 18 months, and the second picture was taken at 3 years old. He may have a sister a few years older in a different region who possibly could also be available for adoption or he could be adopted separately. She also has special needs.



$752.39 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!


Luke LucasGuardian AngelBoy, born October 2010

Lucas is a precious little boy who has been diagnosed with Congenital Heart Defect. He has received a Glen Operation and has recovered well from the operation. Because of the complexity of his diagnosis, Luke will likely need another operation after he turns 5.

When Luke came to the orphanage, he was also showing signs of developmental delays. After the operation, he has shown significant improvements in development. Luke is active, energetic, talkative and extroverted. He smiles often, gets along well with others, and enjoys listening to music and singing. Luke was also sponsored by an American advocacy group that provides children with additional therapy and nurturing to help them develop to their full potential.

$956.50 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!


Tiger (2)Tiger (1)Boy, born April 2009
glaucoma of both eyes; developmental delays


Tiger is active, restless, fond of playing with toys, and gets along well with others. He like to play games with adults and likes the toys that make sounds. Tiger likes to play with the skateboard and he is fond of taking part in outdoor activity with adults. Although, he cannot see, he can locate the direction of the sound and will reach out to find objects. Tiger is a great imitator of sounds and can communicate with short statements. He is able to answer “Tiger, where are you going?” by saying “take a bus, go shopping.” After he finishes his bath, he can say “so nice.” He has a good memory. When he went to the zoo with the school he could tell his foster parent the sound the tiger makes when it is walking and also the sound of the lion. Wouldn’t you love to hear all about the zoo animals from this little cutie?

Tiger has a $1,000 special focus grant with the agency.

$10.00 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!


Avery (1)

Avery (2)Boy, born November 2010
Cerebral palsy, post-op right inguinal hernia high ligation of hernial SAC

Avery is an active little boy who likes to play with toy cars, blocks and plush animals. At the age of 2years, he could walk while holding on to something. Now he can hold toys with both hands and can play with kids near his bed. Avery also can imitate simple actions, such as clap and wave goodbye. Usually he plays toys and toy blocks in the activity room. His Sequelae of cerebral palsy impacts both of his upper limbs.

$49.50 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!

Keith #419

419_Photo2_Jun2013Boy, born June 2009
Hydrocephalus, epilepsy, atrophy of the left cerebral hemisphere, eye issues and blindness, and delayed psychomotor development


Keith stands up in his bed and makes steps sideways and he crawls. He takes a toy on his own initiative, transfers it from one hand into the other. He smiles when someone talks to him, laughs aloud when jested and produces syllables.

Because we only have this child’s file for a short time, he will not be able to receive donations until a family is found for him.


30818205146Boy, born May 2009
hydrocephaly, epysyndrom, spastic tetraparesis, congenital defect of brain development


Wylie has a handsome boy who is facing transfer soon. 


*** This child has significant facial features of FAS (fetal alcohol syndrome).   This is a cautionary disclosure to better prepare our potential adoptive families.  Families considering this child should research and be prepared for the challenges that can come with this condition.   You can learn more about FAS here:  and post to our Facebook group to ask other adoptive parents about the challenges and blessings of children with FAS. ***


$41.50 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!

Bentley (L)

B301  BentleyBoy, born Nov 2011
Encephalopatia due to mother’s alcohol use, Inborn hypotrophia, CMV infection (citomegalovirus), Specific mixed developmental disorder, Bilateral Neuritis cochlearis, Low weight and height growth, Heart murmur


As of June 2013:
Bentley is mostly passive, his muscles are weak. He can not sit, stand or walk on his own. He does not like to have a close contact with a person, cries when is picked up. Bentley likes to sit in a special chair and rock. Sometimes the boy pronounces accidental sounds. Does not picks up yet toys in to his hands, when is talked to – does not react. Sometimes when he sits alone it was observed that he started to smile. He needs help while eating and drinking. Child’s motor development is delayed, compared to his age.

The picture is older; the agency hopes to have an updated picture soon.

$204.00 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!


GentryBoy, born February 2012
dvelopmental delay, leukoma in left eye

When Gentry was born he had a bad case of pneumonia and was behind his friends in his physical development. Gentry’s pneumonia cleared up, but it has taken him a little while to learn to do things that his friends could do. At 7 months he started to hold his head up and roll over. At 9 months he was able to sit up all by himself and look for my caregivers when they called his name. When the doctors started to examine Gentry they found that one of his testicles was descended. Gene also has leukoma in his left eye. Gene can follow toys from side to side so his caregivers do not know if it is affecting his vision. Gene loves to laugh, imitate caregivers, and groove to the music.

$10.00 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!


Boy, born December 2010



Todd is such a handsome fellow!

All we know is that he is listed as “blind” — not sure if he has any vision at all.


$283.10 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!


ZacharyBoy, born April 2010
congenital scoliosis, club feet and poor peripheral circulation of both lower limbs, right inguinal hernia, mild anemia


Zachary has good physical development, can walk with holding rails, mental development is normal, can speak simple language, can cooperate when dressing, can undress clothes. He is active, talkative, ready to smile, likes music, likes playing games, likes playing balls and can get along well with other kids in the same room.

$13.50 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!


Boy, Born August 2009

Probable Polands Syndrome  (characterized by left nipple & pectoralis major absent, and syndactylia of 2 fingers)
dysraphism right eye, drooping mouth.

Max is very quiet but does like it when visitors interact with him. He is very interested in his surroundings, is easy to please and loves to laugh. Being tickled is one of his favorite things and he also enjoys playing with toys.

He had a genetics evaluation via photos and internet consultation in 2011, and it’s believe he could have a chromosomal deletion or duplication.  Poland syndrome/sequence is sometimes associated with Moebius syndrome (6th and 7th nerve palsy) and occasionally Goldenhar Syndrome.   It is recommended that he getting a chromosomal microarray (CMA) to rule out chromosomal abnormalities. This blood test is not available in his country, but the test could be done after adoption.

$126.00 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!


30816163201Boy, born Sept 2008
microcephaly with internal hydrocephalus, hyperkinetic behavioral disorder (ADHD), mental delays


*** This child has significant facial features of FAS (fetal alcohol syndrome).   This is a cautionary disclosure to better prepare our potential adoptive families.  Families considering this child should research the challenges that can come with this condition.   You can learn more about FAS here:  and post to our Facebook group to ask other adoptive parents about the challenges and blessings of children with FAS. ***


$63.00 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!


DavieBoy, born April 2009
post-op meningocele, hydrocephalus, Chari malformation

Davie has been diagnosed with meningocele, but received treatment in 2011. When he went for his treatment, the doctors said that he also had supratentorial hydrocephalus and type 1 Chiari deformity. Since then, Davie has been able to walk all by himself. His caregivers say that he is really smart and able to communicate fully. Davie loves to play with my friends, dance to music, and clap loud. He loves to go window shopping and playing with all his toys.


$0.00 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!


Boy, born December 2009

Developmental Delays, feeding issues, failure to thrive, left congenital ptosis, laryngomalacia and supraglotoplasty



Talbot entered foster care as a result of being removed from his home due to his parent’s inability to provide a safe and stable, loving home for him.  He has resided with a foster family since July 2011.  He is growing and developing in his foster family’s care.

Talbot likes toys that make sound.  When he hears music, he dances and laughs out-loud.  He enjoys taking walks with his foster family.  He is able to say Thank you, Auntie, Mama, and Papa.

Talbot was diagnosed at a few months of age as  having feeding issues, failure to thrive, left congenital ptosis, laryngomalacia and supraglotoplasty. According to a October 2011 developmental report, he was delayed in cognition, language, & gross and fine motor skills.  He attends weekly occupational and language therapy classes, showing improvement in the past few months.  He is able to walk on his own and at the time of the assessment, he was working on climbing stairs.  His appetite has picked up and he enjoys eating noodles and biscuits among other foods.

Talbot will do well in a family who is patient, has time to work on developmental growth through play and exploration, and able to access early intervention services.


$29.00 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!



Cerebral palsy dyskinetic (hyperkinetic) type


What a little love!  Another one who is so young and will greatly benefit from therapy and a family.  Someone scoop him up!


Rory has 4 older siblings; 2 of them are in the same region and available for adoption.  His available brothers were born in 2006 and 2003.

$1,149.50 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!


Boy, born August 2011

Quint is an adorable little guy. He appears to have mild cerebral palsy. He can sit up on his own and scoots all over the place. Quint can stand with assistance and loves to practice walking. With practice, Quint  is expected to walk independently when he is a bit older. Quint currently has trouble making eye contact, but he still loves to interact and play. He loves to be tickled or get kisses!

$9.00 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!


HydeBoy, born April 2010

Hyde is 4 years old and he came into care when he was only 2 days old. When he was found, he had a meningocele and it has not been repaired yet. When Hyde was just over a year old, he was crawling, stacking blocks, and taking blocks in and out of a cup. He could hold things in his hands and bang them together. He was also imitating words and trying to call caregivers by name. His caregivers say that he is energetic and that he loves to smile. One of Hyde’s favorite things to do is look at picture books. Now, he is able to walk, run, and climb! He is still using diapers because he has a difficult time controlling his bowel movements. Hyde is talking up a storm and can fully communicate with adults. He knows shapes, colors, animals, and the names of his peers. His caregivers say that Hyde is very clever!

$25.00 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!


JoshBoy, born November 2012
Congenital optical atrophy of both eyes

Josh is a cute, very active and extroverted little boy. He has congenital optic atrophy of both eyes but he can still track light. Josh loves to play games with his caretakers and he rarely gets fussy. Josh can crawl around and even go in reverse too! He likes to sit up and play with toy balls that make sound. It he can hear it then he can follow it. Josh understands simple dialogue and can recognize familiar people by their voice. He is sensitive and happy most of the time. Josh likes to suck on his fingers when he gets tired and his favorite thing to do is listen to music.

$25.00 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!


IanBoy, born May 2009
Atelencephalia (delayed language development) and delayed physical development


Iain is a good eater who likes to watch cartoons and dance. At present he cannot speak, especially when he is hungry. He can make sound of “oo” and also can point at the food. He can walk but does so slowly. Because his head is large, he struggles with coordination. He has a good relationship with his familiar care taker and is very cooperative with her. He sometimes cries or is not cooperative when he is with a caretaker he is not familiar with or is in a bad mood. He can sit alone and can understand what others say. He can watch other kids playing quietly. He can turn back if his name is called. He will clap his hands when happy.

$0.00 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!

Cliff #397

Cliff 2014Cliff 397Boy, born 2008

This almost 5-year-old boy has infantile cerebral palsy, microcephaly, club feet, congenital megacolon and hypotrophy.


Cliff laughs aloud when jested and smiles when involved in interaction. He follows moving objects with his eyes. He listens to adults’ speech. He has a good appetite. His sleep is calm.

 The agency has additional pictures and videos available for interested families.

Because we only have this child’s file for a short time, he will not be able to receive donations until a family is found for him.


40225200307 (2)40225200307 (1)Boy, born September 2013
Open oval window, open arterial duct Q 25.0, retinopathy, severe delay of psychological and motor development.


Sweet baby Finley will likely need some genetic testing for further diagnosing when he gets home.


$10.00 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!


LaytonGuardian AngelBoy, born March 2010
Post-op Spina bifida, cryptochidism

Layton is cheerful, lively and loves to laugh! He has had steady physical and since having his surgery. He is able to control his urination and defecation after having had the surgery and toilets independently. He currently attends preschool and his mental development is comparative to his peers.He can feed himself, brush his teeth and dress/undress himself. Layton likes sports activities such as running, climbing and jumping. He can move quickly and has a lot of energy. Layton has about 1000 words in his vocabulary, he can speak clearly and fluently and he likes to sing simple songs. He knows his gender, and he knows the names of his classmates and teachers. Layton likes to spend time with his friends and is willing to share with his friends and take turns with toys.

$52.20 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!


WillisBoy, born October 2008
Limb difference

Willis can be a little shy and quiet. When he came into care, he was malnourished and a little small for his age. The orphanage noticed that he was having trouble keeping his food down so they took him to the doctor where they found that he had a malrotation in his intestines. The doctors did a Ladd procedure and Willis has been doing well ever since. Willis does not have the radius or ulna in his left arm and only has 3 fingers. He can hold a toy and put on his clothes with using this arm. He currently goes to kindergarten and is doing great in school. Willis is able to speak in full sentences and ask questions. He is still a little bit smaller than my friends, but it does not slow him down!

$25.00 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!


AtleyBoy, born July 2010
SN-Cererbal palsy and porencephaly

Atley is an adorable 3 year old. He is always smiling and great at knowing who his caregivers are! When he was younger, he had a CT scan done of his brain and it shows that he has Left porencephaly. The doctors also have diagnosed him with Cerebral Palsy. Atley is currently living in a rehabilitation facility to get therapies. He is able to walk while holding onto something, and can pull himself up independently. Atley can follow instructions, but he is not asking questions yet. His caregivers think it is because he is shy and unsure of his words. However, Atley can answer questions with gestures and sounds. His caregivers say that his cognitive development seems to be on target and he is doing great!

$25.00 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!


TravisBoy, born November 2011
Cerebral Palsy

This little cutie is Travis and he is 2 years old. He loves when his caregivers tell him stories and he can stare at the books. The doctors diagnosed Travis with cerebral palsy. He is able to sit up on his own and can stand with a little bit of help. Travis is not able to walk just yet, but he is working on it! His caregivers say that he is one happy little boy. Travis loves to listen to stories and try to babble. He can put blocks into a cup and bang them together loudly. His favorite toy is a rattle and he loves when his caregivers tickle him!

$47.50 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!


Boy, born August, 2010
Infantile cerebral paralysis; binominal hemiplegia; post-convulsive syndrome; cognitive delays


Gibson needs a family, or he could spend the rest of his life in a crib.  This lovely boy needs a HOME!


$22.50 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!

Sam Thomas

photoboyBoy, born February 2009
Agenesis of Corpus Callosum

Sam Thomas has had some developmental delays, but is making great progress in catching up to the other kids his age. He can still struggle to express himself, but his verbal skills are increasing every day and this seems to be helping him immensely. He has had febrile seizures as well. Sam Thomas has a slight deformity in one of his legs, but it is virtually unnoticeable and he is able to run around and play with his friends.

$9.90 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!


chanceBoy, born August 2010

Chance is a lovely 2 year old boy with the skin condition epidermolysis lax disease. He had blebs on his elbow, knee, ankle and thigh that got better after taking medicine for a week. He also has scars on his abdomen and reoccurring blebs on his forehead, neck and behind the ears, but the condition is not very serious.

His motor skills and intelligence development is similar to his peers. At age 1, he could sit steadily and eat porridge, babble, and imitate simple actions. He learned to stand up by holding onto hand rails and could walk a few steps with support when he was 1.5 years old. Now, he is able to build a tower of blocks, turn book pages, go up and down the stairs by holding onto handrails and can even put on and take off his shoes. He can also understand what the caretaker is saying and can say a few words in Chinese himself. Chance is an energetic and active little boy who likes playing with toy cars and going outdoors. Chance gets along great with other children and is still waiting to find his forever family.

$104.40 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!


Boy, Born July, 2010
Blind and cleft palate


This resilient little boy was very small and weak at intake and was diagnosed with cleft lip and palate and blindness when he came into care at approximately 2 months old. The orphanage decided to move him to a therapeutic care facility in a different city to receive more specialized treatment. Once there he gained weight quickly and after just one month his overall health and development improved.

Warren is now able to sit in a baby seat, hold his head up for several minutes, and turn over without help. He smiles when played with or his name is called, and he can hold a toy and grab a hand. He likes to kick often too, and his arm and leg development is reported to be good. He is now an excellent eater and is not picky with food. His caregivers are hoping to schedule him for cleft lip and / or palate repair surgery soon. Further assessment on his vision impairment is needed. This child needs a family that has experience with vision issues, access to appropriate resources for vision impaired children and cleft lip and palate services and resources, and understands the social impact of blindness.

$1,664.56 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!



Boy, born July 2012
Hydrocephalus, spina bifida

Brenden is an absolute sweetheart. He has hydrocephalus and spina bifida and has had surgery for both. Brenden has limited movement in his lower body, but has already made some progress and can move his legs a little bit on his own. He is working on sitting up and is almost there. A visiting therapist thinks that, with braces and a walker, Brenden will be able to walk in the future. Brenden loves to play and chat and is starting to say several words. He is definitely a precious little guy!

$10.80 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!


Boy, born July 2012

Kelton has arthrogryposis which affects all four of his limbs. Arthrogryposis is a condition that makes the joints in his arms and legs stiff and limits their range of motion. His head is long and narrow as well. Kelton will require a lot of medical intervention to get him independent and more functional which may include surgeries, physical therapy and serial casting for his joints. He is not walking at this time. As is typical with his condition, all other areas of his development are currently progressing typically with peers.

$0.00 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!



John John 2Boy, born January 2009


John has meningocele.  Following surgery, under the heartfelt care of the nannies, he recovered well and his legs move with strength.  When he was four months old, he could lift his head when lying on his stomach.  Now he can roll over.

John is a quiet and gentle child and he seldom cries.  After he has eaten, he will lie on his side on the mat to look in the mirror.  Seeing his reflection in the mirror, his vision will follow moving people in the mirror.  Sometimes he will use his two hands to grab a nearby toy.

$70.96 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!


zachBoy, born July 2008
Zach is an adorable 4 year old boy diagnosed with mild cerebral palsy. His limb, intelligence, and language development is delayed compared to peers.

At age 1, he could sit alone, crawl, and stand with hands holding onto rails. At age 2, he began learning to walk, and could take a few steps. He could not speak, but he could understand simple instructions such as “come here” and could wave goodbye. At age 3, he learned to walk alone and could grab his favorite toy. Now, he can run, jump, go up and down stairs without help, flip pages of books, and can eat with a spoon and chopsticks. He understands simple words and instructions, recognizes articles of daily use, and can speak some simple words but not clearly. He is an active, happy little boy that shares toys and food with others. According to his teacher, he is a very polite, helpful, smart and obedient child. His fine motor develops well and Zach can now pick a pill up with his thumb and index finger, can turn book pages one by one, and can hold a pen with full hand and scribble. His self-care ability meets his age too. He can have a meal with spoon or chopsticks and is able to pick up peanuts too.

$10.00 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!


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Jordan full sizeBoy, born June 2010
post-op Meningomyelocele, post op shunt and repaired club foot
Jordan’s report was completed when he was only 15 months old, so an update has been requested. He is diagnosed with post-operative meninigomyelocele, post-operative shunt of ventricle and repaired club foot. He entered the orphanage as an infant and had surgery soon after. Once he had recovered, he was placed into foster care and began attending an Infant Nurture program through a non profit organization. The agency had the opportunity to meet Jordan last summer and saw that he is an incredibly sweet little boy and very easy going. When holding his hand, he walked along without much assistance, although they do have him use a walker.

A video of this child is available through the agency as well as agency grant funding towards his adoption.

$23.00 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!


40406184152 Clarence (2)Boy, born August 2013
Spastic tetraparesis, local symptomatic epilepsy with seizures, congenital heart defect: hypoplasia of aortic arch, open oval window; optic nerve atrophy, inquinal hernia and umbilical hernia, lower extremities contracture


Oh sweet baby boy … he needs a family’s love and care.


$158.20 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!


Carter 201430417114557 CarterBoy, born Nov 2011
Cerebral palsy, double hemiplegia G 80.0.


What a little sweetheart!  Don’t you just want to scoop him up!

$200.00 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!


OlinBoy, born July 2009
Hydrocephalus and brain dysplasia


Olin has been diagnosed with brain dysplasia and hydrocephalus. Olin has been living in the orphanage since he was 9-months-old and is getting rehabilitation therapies since then. He is doing great with his physical development, and is getting stronger and stronger! Olin is able to respond to his name, can point to his body parts when asked, and is learning new things daily.

$10.00 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!


WendellBoy, born February 2010
Abnormal development of the eye

Wendell is a very energetic little boy. His doctors say that he has an abnormal development on his eye (possibly leucoma) and he is a bit thin. Wendell has not ever had any serious illnesses but he is allergic to egg whites. Even though Wendell has vision complications, he can still walk while holding onto the wall. Wendell can listen for sounds to follow and can recognize familiar people’s voices. He is close with his caretakers and he likes to imitate what they say. Overall, Wendell is behind his peers in the orphanage, but he is working hard to try and catch up.

$40.00 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!


RossBoy, born March 2010
Meningocele, unrepaired

Ross is 3 years old and loves to play with blocks and stack them up high! He has a meningocele on his back and this has not been repaired yet. Ross is not walking yet because he has a difficult time feeling his legs. He also cannot control his potty skills yet. Ross is a super cuddler and loves to be held. He can communicate simple words and instructions, follows directions, and crawls using his arms. When his aunties move away from him, he moves right back next to them! His caregivers say that Ross is loving and kind.

$4.95 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!


DJayBoy, born November 2009
Repaired meningocele

DJay is 4 years old and a wonderful helper around the orphanage! He came into care when he was 2 years old because he had a meningocele. DJay had surgery for this in 2011 and his growth and development are on target! He is a little behind in his language development, but can understand instructions and he always tries to do things independently. He is working on getting potty trained, but it can be a little difficult since he had a meningocele. DJay is able to do all the same things as his friends physically. He loves to throw and catch a ball! DJay also likes to watch cartoons, try new foods, and play with his friends.

$25.00 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!


HuttonBoy, born September 2011
Repaired facial cleft

Hutton is 2 and a half and loves to ride on his toy horse. He was born with a facial cleft, but had surgery for it and it has been repaired. He can hear his caregivers when they speak to him, follow their voices, and look for toys when they are hidden. Hutton’s caregivers think that he is able to fully hear. He is able to speak and identify objects that are asked. Hutton can call for his caregivers and identify them by name. His facial cleft has had no affect on his eating or drinking! Hutton can identify all his body parts and his caregivers think that he is very smart! He knows his animals, colors, and fruits and veggies!

$25.00 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!


Birth Date: 04/12/09
Gender: Male

Dysgenesis of the corpus callosum, congenital cervical scoliosis, and hypoplasia of the first finger of the right hand

Phillip was given up for adoption shortly after birth.  He is constantly smiling.  He is very social and frequently seeks to have company.  His weight and height are lower than the normal range for his age, but with a high-calorie diet and a dietary supplement he is expected to reach a normal weight and height.  He suffers from a speech delay for which he has been receiving therapy. He is responsive when adults play with him and has been making great progress with the therapy he receives. Phillip is an easygoing little boy who is earnestly waiting to be united with a family that will provide him with the care and love he deserves.

Phillip has a significant language delay, but his vocabulary and verbal productions are increasing.  He communicates using single words, gestures, and signs.  He recognizes and points out his body parts, imitates animal sounds, follows rhythms, dances and sings songs.   He understands and performs routine and simple tasks.

Phillip enjoys to interacting with adults and peers. He looks for help in adults when he has needs.

Video available through the agency for inquiring families.

$39.60 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!

  • Single parents may adopt
  • No family size restrictions
  • Both parents must travel to the country and stay until completion of adoption — approx 5-7 weeks (one parent may leave after a week or two)
  • Estimated total cost $21,000-24,500
  • Multiple unrelated children may be adopted together

Even if you can't adopt,

you can be a guardian angel for an orphan with special needs!

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Lucy and Linus #399 #400 OD

Linus Lucy
Lucy is a 5-year-old girl (born 2007) who has congenital microcephaly, infantile cerebral palsy, severe mental delay,delayed psychomotor development, multiple malformation syndrome.  She rolls from back to belly and vice versa independently. She remains in a seated position for a short time when provided with some support. She  shows interest in toys – she grabs and holds a toy in her hand, waves it around and examines it closely. She responds emotionally to seeing a familiar adult.

Linus is a 4-year-old boy(born 2009) who has microcephaly, congenital anomaly of the central nervous system, delayed psychomotor development, severe mental delay, multiple malformation syndrome. When  put in a baby walker he steps on the floor with his whole feet and starts to slowly go around the room in the walker. The boy remains in a seated position for a short time with an adult’s assistance. He follows each and every movement of a person or an object with his eyes and head. He loves to watch the other children playing and moving around.

Linus and Lucy

These siblings have very similar diagnoses. Biotinidase deficiency is suspected. There is an emotional bond between the children and they often hold hands, smile, laugh, look for each other with their eyes and jest with each other when they are placed side by side.

Because we only have these files for a short time, they will not be able to receive donations until a family is found for them.


Boy, born August 2011

inflammatory diseases of central nervous system; Congenital hydrocephalus; Other disorders of optic [2nd] nerve and visual pathways; Carrier of viral hepatitis B


What a sweet baby Elias is!

Elias is in a fast region that often waives the 10 day wait.  Married couples only, travel required.

Additional photos available.

$14.00 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!



Taylor 2Boy, born Nov 2011

Taylor is a beautiful 1 year old boy diagnosed with myelodysplastic syndrome and megaloblastic anemia. After rehabilitation and care from his foster family, he is in good health and has a good appetite and is growing very strong.

He likes to walk in his baby walker and is an active, restless baby. Taylor has grown very strong. He has been given and will be in more need of blood transfusions with his condition. He has also not received vaccinations because of his condition. He is able to play with blocks and can pick things up with his thumb and index finger. He is even vocal and can imitate words and produce 3-5 words himself. He also knows what “NO” means and can respond to others when they ask for his objects. Taylor always has a ready smile and is quick in reaction. He is active, energetic, and restless.

$10.00 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!

Zeke (L)

Boy, born March 2009
has sibling (not available for adoption)
FAS; hypermetropia; nanism (dwarfism); suspicion of autism; mixed developmental delay

His height and head circumference are behind for his age. Zeke saw a neurologist who concluded that he has very small eye lids, his nose foundation is dented, and he has a thin upper lip. He can pay attention for short amounts of time. He has been evaluated in all aspects and is delayed physically and mentally. He struggles with fine motor skills and skills of independence. Control of waist/pelvis is not sufficient; is unstable when sitting. His emotions are inadequate. His cognitive processing is limited. He is developmentally delayed in all aspects.

Zeke can sit and crawl. When someone helps him to stand he balances on his tip toes. He can take a toy with his hand. He does not imitate actions that are shown to him. He has an attachment to small details. He tends to play alone. Often his emotions do not correspond with the reality.

$1,323.36 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!


Boy, born December 2009


Tetraparesis (which sounds like a degree of Cerebral palsy, or muscular weakness due to time in a crib)



Ulysses is blind; he won’t have much of a life in an institution, but he can THRIVE in a family!  Give this dear boy a chance at the world, help find his family.

He was born at 24 weeks.  He can’t speak but can understand everything.  Ulysses is unable to walk but is trying to stand up.  Will pull up to his knees.


Large families and older parents welcome.

$3,327.55 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!


Boy, born April 2009
Cerebral palsy – Spastic diplegic cerebral palsy
Moderate mental delays; Divergent strabismus; Planovalgus (foot) deformity; malnutrition


Macarius speaks, plays toys and has a positive personality, smiles often. He is a very good boy!

Macarius doesn’t walk, the boy needs a surgery and even with surgery there can be only hopes for his future ability to walk. The doctor in the orphanage says he has good prognoses for the future and his development.

Additional pictures available.  Large families welcome, travel required.


$126.20 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!


30311191921Boy, born June 2010
Microcephaly, spastic tetraparesis, epileptic syndrome with frequent seizures, chronic subdural hematoma


This sweet little tyke needs a family to love an care for him — he’s said to have frequent seizures, so a neurologist should be overseeing his care and medications.


$60.75 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!




Boy, born January 2009TayteTayte

Tayte is outgoing, active, has a ready smile and is fond of playing toys; he is not talkative and likes playing games with children in the same room. He is close to the caretaker and his favorite activity is that the aunt takes him out to play with children to the top of his bent. He is a lovely boy.

Because of congenital albinism and light photophobia, he wears sunglasses when he plays outside.
Update, July 2013: 
Tayte is a smart and easy going boy. He attends kindergarten where he gets along well with other children. He can feed himself, dress himself and go to the restroom by himself. He picks up toys, sets the table, and is able to do some housework.

He takes the initiative to greet people who he knows and have simple conversation with them. He meets someone and will ask them if they have finished their days work, showing concern for other person.

Because of his vision, he struggles with pictures, but he is a organizer of other kids to teach them the games he learns at school. He will play with those he is unfamiliar with if introduced to them and told to play together. He likes to sit on adults lap and cuddle with caretaker.

He can go up and downstairs. Going down is a bit slow as he is afraid he would fall. He can run very fast and adjust his speed according to the circumstances. He likes to play toys with wheels and music. He especially loves to explore the environment.

$1,711.89 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!


Hicks (1)Hicks (2)Boy, born August 2008
Cerebral dysgenesis,bilateral rhinopsia


Hicks was found abandoned when he was just shy of his second birthday. He has normal vision with mild bilateral rhinopsia (strabismus) and also has cerebral dysgenesis(ie- some abnormal brain development).

He is an outgoing little boy who loves to smile and hug. He finds great joy in going to the park and going for walks. Hicks longs for a family who will include him in their family walks and park outings.

$22.50 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!

Darren #430

Darren is very calm and smiling, but doesn’t sit or walk – he only lays because his head is too heavy.

He is happy when he sees the members of the staff, recognizes familiar people from strangers. He feels good when being around other children and adults. Grabs a toy when given to him and holds it for a while. Turns his head towards the direction of a sound. Makes active and passive movements with the limbs. Has a calm daily and night sleep.

UPDATE 2013:
He does not have a shunt, so his hydrocephalus remains untreated. His head circumference was 62cm in Feb 2013.

UPDATE 2014:
He is in a satisfactory general condition. The boy has positive emotional tone; he is calm and smiling. The child enjoys receiving attention and expresses positive emotions when someone plays with him or talks to him.

Because we only have this child’s file for a short time, he will not be able to receive donations until a family is found for him.

Zander #

ZanderBoy, born 2009
Background retinopathy Microphthalmus of the left eye; coloboma affecting the iris, optic nerve papilla, both eyes. Asthma with predominant allergic component; Iron-deficiency anemia; general developmental delays




Because we only have this child’s file for a short time, he will not be able to receive donations until a family is found for him.


SandersBoy, born June 2012
Post-op spinal meningocele, hypophrenia

Sanders is an adorable little boy who turns 2 in June. He can walk holding onto a railing. Sanders is still very young so it is too early to tell if he has full control of his urine and bowel movements. He is at the perfect age to start early intervention programs and therapies. He is just waiting for his family to see him and help him start building his skills.


$50.00 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!


Callum Photo 2 Jul-2013Happy Callum was born in February of 2010 and has been diagnosed with “defect of urinary and reproductive organs, external auditory canal atresia of the right ear”.

His caretakers state that he is a very sweet, smiley boy. He knows his caretakers and seems to respond to them. He is a little behind developmentally but they think he will catch up with assistance.

Update from January 2013: After visiting with Callum in January, our agency representative had the following update. Although Callum has some issues with one ear, he is still able to hear. He can walk, but does not speak. He can hear and understand simple tasks. Callum is a very reserved, calm and friendly boy. He likes to play by himself rather than with the other children. He is also very affectionate and likes when people love him and say good things to him. He likes to have his privacy and when he is playing with toys he does not like when somebody interrupts him. He has a good appetite, but has his favorite foods; if he does not like something he will refuse to eat it, as any typical toddler does! Additional photos and videos available upon request from the agency.

Update May 2013: After visiting with Callum in May, our agency representative had the following update. Recently, Callum was taken for a medical examination. The result showed that he does not have one kidney and the other is small. But he is feeling not bad. He still is not speaking or trying to speak. He understands and makes his caretakers understand what he wants with gestures and expressions. It appears that he can hear something, but probably not enough to speak yet. He is playful and friendly as usual, but he loves attention, and if you do not pay attention to him, he may start to cry and become very fussy. He wants visitors to play with him, and if you play with other child he may go to the corner, sit there by himself and feel upset.

$5.00 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!


Peyton Photo 3 Apr-2013Peyton was born in December 2009 and has been diagnosed with hypospadias, polydactyly of the right hand, syndactyly of the right foot, and cleft lip/palate (surgically corrected).

Little is known about Peyton’s development at this time. He is said to have a congenital developmental defect and is significantly delayed. He can walk independently. At the time of our last update, Peyton could not yet speak and struggled to make eye contact. Peyton will need a family that can patiently and lovingly care for him and his complex needs.

Additional reports, photos and video available upon request from the agency.

$50.00 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!

Hunter, Forest and Ridge

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Brothers – they need to be adopted together!  They are said to be “very good boys”!



Hunter, The oldest, was born in March 2004

Hyperkinetic disorders/Hyperkinetic conduct disorder; Nonorganic sleep disorder/Emotional sleep disorder; Benign intracranial hypertension; Other specified diseases of gallbladder; Flat foot

Forest, the middle boy, was born in Aug. 2006
Mild mental delays; speech disorder

Ridge, the youngest brother was born in Aug.2008
Stenosis of pulmonary artery; currently he does not require surgery. Tuberculin skin test – positive?


$1,962.05 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!


Neal Photo 3 rec. Jan-2013Sweet Neal was born in January of 2009 and has been diagnosed with perinatal encephalopathy and psychomotor development delay. We have reports that his doctor has stated that there is a possibility that Neal may be able to walk in the future, but there are no guarantees. He is able to express himself very well. He is a very kind little boy and is very much loved.

Update August 2012: Neal is very shy with people he does not know well, but his caretakers state that he is very outgoing and personable with those he knows well. He can say poems and he is very friendly and sociable. He once told his caretakers that one day he will walk, and they are working on therapy. Currently, he is not so strong but little by little he is progressing.

Update from January 2013: Our agency staff representative visited Neal in January and provided the following update. Neal speaks, understands the speech addressed to him, and recognizes everybody. He is very articulate, using complex sentences and knows poems and songs by heart. With physical therapy he has acquired better head control and is using his hands more. Therapists are working on his legs as well. With the help of physical therapy his doctors feel he will, little by little, develop his muscles. At this point he can stand for a second, which is big progress. Plus he is very smart and he himself wants to stand, walk and be stronger. It is very touching when he says so. It has only been a year and a half that he has been at the orphanage, and all that period of time they have done therapy, only not so intensive. If an intensive therapy was available for him he would have better progress.

Caregiver update March 2014: Everybody agrees the progress that Neal has made by now is huge. He’s able to move his hands and is doing really well. A very smart and sweet boy!

Additional photos, video and personal information available upon request from the agency.

From a family who met Neal in May 2014: Neal is a very shy boy when he doesn’t know you, but it is clear that he is very smart and aware of his surroundings.  Everyone from the orphanage director down raves about Neal’s intelligence.  He knows everyone, can tell you what has happened or will happen, memorizes parts of TV shows, recites poetry and sings songs.  Despite his limited mobility, Neal is now potty-trained and notifies his caregivers when he has to use the restroom.  Neal’s caretakers report that every morning when he wakes up he tells them, “I know my mama is coming.”

$235.80 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!


photoboyBoy, born June 2009
Mixed specific developmental disorder (significant gross motor, speech and language delays)

This sweet little boy was abandoned by his biological mother at the hospital after he had repeated pneumonia and suffered from immuno-suppression. Lacking stimulation and care as a young child has made development for Jeffrey very slow. Nevertheless, Jeffrey has been advancing in his development at a rapid pace ever since living in foster care. Jeffrey is still delayed in his speech and communication, but is very affectionate to his foster family as well as to adults and other children in his preschool program. Jeffrey is able to draw, identify body parts, and is happy, obedient and potty trained in the daytime.  Jeffrey is full of joy!

Currently, Jeffrey is pending a surgery for an umbilical hernia. Although he has developmental delays, his neurologist suspects that Mucopolysaccharidosis could play a part in his physical state (weakness in his legs). No medical test has supported this one doctor’s hypothesis.

Photo available for serious inquiries. He is ADORABLE!


Because we only have this child’s file for a short time, he will not be able to receive donations until a family is found for him.  The agency anticipates they’ll have his file for 3-6 months.




AdamBoy, born March 2012
Congenital developmental deformity of right lower limb and spina bifida.


Adam was born in March 2012. One report states that he cannot stand while another states that he can stand steadily. Interestingly, his file says that he likes crawling and when his caregiver is not looking, he will crawl away.He must have lower limb mobility (update requested which will hopefully give some clarity on this!) He enjoys going places with people, listening to music and playing hide-and-seek. They also state that he is timid and shy and fairly introverted.

$18.00 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!


Bryan (1) Bryan (2)Boy, born June 2009
Special Need: Right Anterior Arachnoid Cyst, Weak Left Leg

Bryan’s physical development is delayed. He can climb up and down stairs alone, he can walk alone and jog, but movement patterns are abnormal. Mental development is delayed. He can recognize simple fruits and animals. He prefer to express himself with body language. He can do simple things such as moving a chair, folding clothes, wiping mouth and so on with his right hand. He can play simple games such as building blocks, hide and seek with other children. His language development is delayed, he can make sounds like “ah, Woo”, he can make mouth shape for “Mama”. He can use a spoon to feed himself. He can use toilet by himself, but needs help cleaning after himself. He can put on and take off pants, shoes by himself, he need some help to put on jacket.


There are 3 wonderful videos of Bryan.

$29.50 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!


Jake Jake2Boy, born June 2009
Complicated CHD, left hearing test is failed to pass, HBcAb: Positive; mild abnormal intellectual development

According to the last up date on Jake from the home he is living in: “We arrange gentle indoor light for all children as well as quiet indoor environment. We help him do the body exercises in the morning and afternoon respectively in order to strength his body and facilitate his development. We also show him bright colors and train him to grasp building blocks. The caregivers often teach him pronounce words and he could make ah-ah, ya-ya sound. We also sing songs for him. He is given some gentle and lovely music in order to training the auditory sense. He is trained swimming once per week before one half year old in order to strength his body. Since he is in the process of development and growth, and receives balanced nutrition, moderate exercises everyday as well as has large and bright living condition and good life quality, therefore, he has normal physical development.” An update has been requested as his file is old.

$50.00 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!


JoeyJoey2Guardian AngelBoy, born Feb 2011
1.postoperative meningocele on lumbosacral area; 2. postoperative prolapse of rectum; 3. strephenopodia of both feet.

Joe has a ready smile, he watches what his caregivers are doing and gets their attention by shaking his head and wiggle his upper body. Perhaps because of his body, he prefers to have motion of upper body, shake head, wiggle body and roll over to one side etc. Now he is 10 months old, can sit alone, can say ba and ma, likes colorful toys; he likes to be close to others. He always communicates with others with his eyes and has sweet smiles.

$40.50 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!


Ollie (1)Boy, born January 2012
tuberous sclerosis; infantile spasms, and psychomotor development delay


Ollie’s report states that he has good development. He gets along well with others and is closest to his caregiver. He is a quiet child who likes music and enjoys his swim lessons.


$50.00 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!


Lew (2)Lew (1)Boy, born May 2011
Cerebral Atrophy of bilateral frontal lobes (but normal development)

Lew does not speak much yet. He can make “Yiyi-yaya” sounds and point to the objects he wants. He can express himself with other ways. For example, if someone took his ball, he will make “yiyi-yaya” sound to caregivers and pointed to the ball and ask the caregivers to get it back. When you get it back for him, he will laugh to you He can stand up without any help, he can walk alone (al little waddled) and walk hand in hand with other kids. He can pick up a very small object from the ground. He can hold a ball and raise it up and throw it out, then pick it up and repeat.He is a little bit shy and can be very cautious with strangers. He is very open and happen when he is with caregivers and kids he is familiar with.

There is a video available of Lew:

$50.00 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!


photoboyBoy, born January 2010
Cerebral palsy

Zeke cannot sit and generally has very little control of his head, although he will lift it up occasionally. His overall muscle tone is low, but this has improved with therapy. Zeke cannot yet roll over, but can often be seen wiggling around and trying to accomplish this – if he can figure out what to do with his arm, he will be fine! Ezechiel is non-verbal, but expresses himself through happy noises or crying. He will likely require ongoing care his whole life.

From someone who works with him:
Zeke is such a happy little guy. He loves to sit outside and watch the leaves blow in the wind. His eyes light up each time he is given attention. He loves to be held and even more loves to be tickled. Zeke has the cutest little dimples and a beautiful smile that can melt any ones heart! He is always in a good mood and very rarely cries. Even though his name was given to him recently, he already response to it!  Zeke is a picky little guy and often requires special meals made for him as he doesn’t like what the other kids are having. He has only been here with us a short time, but has already touched many people’s lives. He is such a joy to be around and is loved dearly by his nannies, volunteers, and the other children!

Zeke has very little control of his muscles. We are hopeful that with the right therapy he will improve in these areas.

$252.00 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!



Chase (8) Chase (15)Boy, born October 2011
Delayed psychomotor

Are you ready for this cuteness? Say hi to 2.5 year old, Chase! Chase is listed as having psychomotor delays. Chase is very mobile and has good movement. He has received daily therapy over the past year to help with his motor skills and is learning to crawl and walk. It takes him some time to learn these skills. While he does not learn quickly, he does try. He is not potty trained yet, but when they put him on the toilet, he will go. Chase lives in the orphanage and he seems to be a very happy boy. He does not seem to be slowed down by his special need.

$22.50 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!


30730200600 (2)30730200600 (1)Boy, born September 2011
Cerebral palsy, retinopathy, premature, severe myopia.
He cannot sit or stand.



$99.00 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!


Harvey HarveyBoy, born Aug 2008
Repaired cleft lip and palate, ptosis and corneal white spot on right eye, subarachnoid hemorrhage

Harvey is postoperative for clef lip and clef palate, which healed well. His intellectual and body development are reported as normal. He attends the preschool program at the orphanage and the last report at the age of 3 years and a half states that he can is toilet trained and has strong self-care ability. He is outgoing and gets along with others well. He likes to play and study with his classmates, especially on the slide, seesaw, and riding tricycles. Harvey has rhythm, and loves to dance. He is waiting to dance into his forever families heart.

From an adoptive mama that met him July 2013:
Harvey has a lot of personality and is very alert. He is very communicative and has no delays there at all.  He loves to help other students in the classroom and his gross motor skills are very good.

$5.00 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!


30417102855Boy, Feb 2009

After-effects of neuroinfection, spastic tetraparesis with severe movement disorders G 09, symptomatic focal epilepsy with secondary generalized seizures, medicamental remission G 40.2, mental delays, partial atrophy of optic nerves.



$18.00 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!



Demetrius(2)Boy, born August 2011

Malabsorption due to intolerance, not elsewhere classified; Adherent leukoma (corneal plaque); Blindness, monocular (Visual impairment)

Eye color: brown
Hair color: blonde


Demetri is a calm, quiet boy.

He is available to be adopted now, as his special need is on the approved list.

$54.00 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!


2121921344721219213447-2013Boy, born Feb 2011

Congenital hydrocephalus, paraplegia and tetraplegia (spastic tetraparesis), partial atrophy of optic discs of both eyes, additional chord of the left heart ventricle, hernia.


Look at the curls on this doll!  Cameron is in urgent need of medical care!!  Married couples only.  Large families and older parents welcome.  Travel required.


$54.00 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!


Alec April 2014Alec RRBoy, born May 2011
anophthalmia, developmental delays

Alec is a beautiful darling little boy.

Alec was born with one missing eye, a condition typically corrected with a prosthetic eye. He has good vision in his one eye and does not appear to have hearing loss. Alec has developmental delays that may be due to brain damage or brain malformation, in addition to lack of stimulation in his first year of life. Alec was in the care of An Orphan’s Wish for over a year and then was transferred to Little Flower. In the care of these loving organizations he has made some progress in his physical strength and development, but he is still severely delayed. Alec can sit up and can make eye contact, but he is not interested in toys. Alec loves being held and responds to tickles and cuddles. He currently does not attempt to communicate verbally but he laughs and coos. Alec also has feeding issues. Alec needs the unconditional love of a family devoted to give him access to all the therapies and early intervention services that he needs to reach his full potential. These services are not available for him in China. He needs to come home to a family who will see the value of this little boy and shower him with the love that he deserves.

For more information, photos, or questions about Alec, please contact Nathalie.

$81.00 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!


2FrederickBoy, born November 2009

Frederick has low muscle tone, and he has been diagnosed with developmental delays.  He is capable of feeding himself (but he makes a mess!) and just needs more practice to develop that skill.  There is concern about core muscle development, but Frederick works hard, so it is believed that he may be able to walk some day.

Frederick is a hard-working little boy who wants to develop his skills.  He has developed friendships with some of the other kids in the orphanage (both able-bodied and special-needs kids).  He responds well to physical therapy, and in just a couple of months he progressed from simply lying on a mat to attempting to stand and taking small steps.

  • Multiple unrelated children can be adopted together
  • One parent must be at least 35 years old
  • Parents must be married at least 10 years; singles may currently adopt
  • The number of children can depend on other factors (marriage and parent age)
  • Past depression is OK, but must explain the circumstances and past and/or current treatment.
  • If a criminal history/background, must be explained in detail.
  • Travel is not required; however, it is strongly encouraged
  • Travel for pick-up is also not required, but strongly encouraged. Escorts can be provided, for an extra cost. The trip for pick-up is usually about a week long, so you and the child could get to know each other well in their environment.
$108.00 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!


QuincyBoy, born Oct 2008
1. cerebral palsy; 2. muscle weakness of left upper limb; 3. accessory sinusitis

He came to the institution at 1 month old. At the age of 3 months, he can turn to lie on one side when lying on back. He can turn his head with moving toys, find familiar sound source, and understand when the caretaker called his name. At the age of 1 year, he can call mom, grandma, aunt, etc., and liked playing with the caretaker. Now he is studying in Kindergarten, able to draw simple pictures and sing children’s song, and likes playing with other children. Quincy can go up and down stairs without help and catch a ball thrown to him. He is fond of imitating and loves playing games.

$9.00 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!


Toby - croppedBoy, born 2010
Cerebral dysplasia

Toby is an adorable little boy who is 2 years old. He came into care as an infant. Toby is developing on target, with no delays when compared to his peers. Toby is a very out-going and active little guy, who has no fear of strangers. At this point, he considers everyone to be a potential playmate!

Toby had a heart scan, which showed no problems. He had a CT scan of his brain, which showed the left hemisphere was reduced, and there was evidence of a past brain injury (prenatal or during birth). Toby does not have seizures, does not show any developmental delays, and is happy and healthy (other than usual childhood illnesses). The brain of a child is wonderful that way…it can compensate for many issues it may have! He loves to play, and is a very active little boy who is “full of curiosity”, according to the nannies! His favorite toys are balls…soccer, baseball, tennis…which will he choose? Toby is a wonderful little boy, who will be such a joy to have in your family!

$10.80 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!


Boy, born 10/13/08
Cerebral Palsy & Epilepsy

Chasen was  abandoned outside of a church. He has been diagnosed with cerebral palsy and receives occupation therapy and physical therapy. He was also born with epilepsy and is unable to stand or walk needing a pushchair to get around. Chasen has improved the stiffness in his body and gained weight. This beautiful boy needs a forever family to love and help him in his daily rehabilitation.


$55.00 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!


JaceBoy, born March 2009
Cerebral palsy, postoperative Spina bifida, Urinary tract infection

He can transfer the toy from one hand to another one. He can sit for a while without any help. But he likes to sit on the little chair better. He can roll but at present he can not stand and walk.

The caregiver of Jace recently has been working on potty training with him, which is very successful. When taking a bath, he likes to play in the water and kick the water. We use some oil which can help to heal the wounds and make the operation scar is not too obvious.

Jace is a very kind and content child.

$10.00 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!



jesse on tricycleBoy, born January 2010

Three year old Jesse is a beautiful little boy who resides a specialized foster care home for blind and visually impaired children. It is small home with only five children and the carers are specially trained to work with blind children. He is being taught life skills and self-care that will help him prepare for adoption and eventually independent living.

While this is a great opportunity, life has not been so fortunate for Jesse. He was abandoned at the gates of his orphanage when he was 9 months old. His blindness was caused by an untreated eye infection, and he was so ill he was sent to a palliative care home to die. He arrived a very sick and frightened little boy but was nursed back to health and given the opportunity to gain confidence and trust others around him. He is currently healthy with no further medical problems but is delayed in some areas of his development such as walking and feeding himself.

Jesse is now a happy child, interested and aware in all that is around him. In the absence of sight, he uses other senses to explore the world. He is quite timid in nature but likes to be around other children and his carers. He is sometimes uncertain when trying new things but enjoys praise and attention, so this motivates him to keep going. He would be a wonderful son with a great future but just needs his family to find him.

Some recent updates on Jesse, speech is making an appearance and Jesse is saying bye,bye and waving when his carers leave. He is eating a good variety of food now and sleeping much better than when he arrived at the foster home. Jesse communicates what he wants and doesn’t want by nodding and shaking his head. He can move himself around the room and onto furniture to get to a comfortable spot for a nap! He has been practicing with his walker and has started with physical and occupational therapy to take his walking from aided to independent.

Videos available for inquiring families.

$608.66 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!


Boy, born August 2008
Minimal hydrocephalus


Griffith is a very nice boy!   He has a little bit of an impish look to him in this picture, doesn’t he?


Married couples only, travel required.  Large families welcome!

$70.75 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!


Boy, born May 2009
Cerebral palsy

Eldridge also has significant features of FAS (fetal alcohol syndrome), but this is not diagnosed.


Large families welcome, married couples only.  Travel required.


$72.00 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!




Boy, born Oct 2008
Cerebral palsy, decline in upper left muscle strength


Currently, Thomas is attending preschool.  He can draw simple pictures and sing nursery rhymes. He also likes to play with the other children, and enjoys playing outdoors.

Thomas can go up and down stairs without help, and catches a ball thrown to him.  He is described as active, restless, fond of imitating and playing with toys.  He has a ready smile, and is fond of playing games.

$9.00 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!


Boy, born 09/02/09

Michael is an adorable little boy who was born premature at 37 weeks. His birth mother used heroin, superglue and sleeping pills during her pregnancy. Michael was hospitalized for several weeks after his birth and was diagnosed with neonatal abstinence syndrome and epilepsy. He was taking medication for his epilepsy, but was expected to stop taking the medication by November 2010. He has been diagnosed with Laryngomalacia and had a supraglottoplasty performed in February 2010. He has also been diagnosed with Microcephaly and motor development delay. Michael enjoys playing with toys and looking for a loving forever family.


$72.00 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!


Boy, born June  2010
Congenital heart disease, cerebral palsy


Bradley arrived at our institute when he was 1.5 years old. In the beginning, he could not stand, is very quiet and his cries were not loud. He slept well through the night. His eyes could not follow the movement of toys and could not find the source of noise. He has limited awareness of his surroundings.

His motor development is delayed.  He cannot speak and is a timid and quiet little boy.

$3.90 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!

Owen #11-41

Owen Mar 2014Owen 2014 (1)DOB: 2008
Diagnosis: Von Willebrand disease, epilepsy, strabismus and delayed neuropsychological development.

Owen has been diagnosed with Von Williebrand disease and as a result is also anemic from the bleeding episodes. He is also reported to be very hyperactive and he’s currently being given medication to help calm him down so that he can focus better. The hope is that this will also reduce some of the bleeding episodes. His development is delayed, though he’s recently started making more developmental progress just to a change in his current environment. He walks and tries to run. He eats from a spoon. He is beginning to babble and make sounds. He plays in the children’s play room and enjoys going on walks with caregivers. He receives wilate treatments as needed for his condition.

Update 2014:   He has stable and consistent weight gain; walks stably and tries to run; produces random sound combinations; follows simple instructions; loves it when someone sings to him; builds up a pyramid of elements; plays with toy cars.


Guardian AngelBoy, born Oct 2008

Logan has leukoderma on both of his hands and is deaf.

Logan is a shy boy 4 year old boy. He has leukoderma on both of his hands and is deaf. He received hearing and speech rehabilitation training for approximately 3 months. Through rehabilitation, he is improving in several areas. His tongue is getting stronger and he can pay attention to the teacher’s exaggerated mouth. He can pronounce a few sounds, though he mainly uses actions to communicate. Logan can follow directions and has great coordination. He is active, restless, outgoing, and likes getting along with others. His likes playing toy cars and may occasionally lose his temper. He is a deep sleeper and has a good appetite, however, he does not like vegetables.

$57.50 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!


30118202126Boy, born June 2009
hydrocephalus (condition after ventriculoperitoneal shunt); cerebrospinal hernia of lumbar spine, post-surgery; congenital partial atrophy of optic discs; pelvic organs dysfunction; cytomegalovirus infection; anemia; rickets


$22.50 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!




Boy, born 2008

Sequelae of inflammatory diseases of central nervous system; secondary microcephaly; Fetal alcohol syndrome;  tetraplegia; strabismus;  Mixed specific developmental disorders
Elwood is a cutie!   He needs a mama to love him — and a daddy to teach him to play tee-ball!
$495.00 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!


Boy, born Oct 2010

Donnie is 2 years old and has complete vision loss. He is very sensitive to his surrounding environment. He would tilt head on one side to listen sound, especially he is talked to by a familiar caregiver. He has very sensitive touching and he could know the familiar toys via touching and smelling. He likes touching stuffed animals nearby, at which time he touches them gently as if exploring new things. He likes listening to music and sometimes he claps hands indicating he is happy. He tends to play on his own. Donnie exhibits some language and motor delays in addition to his diagnosis of blindness. He would benefit from some additional intervention and services for visually impaired children. We hope a family will be able to do this for him.

$577.95 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!


Boy, born October 2010
Cerebral palsy, spastic tetraparesis, optic atrophy, secondary internal hydrocephaly, seizure disorderGuardian Angel


$6,545.44 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!



Boy, born June 18 2010
Deformity of fingers of both hands; congenital blepharoptosis of both eyes, divergent squint; He has mild hydrocephalus, deformity of right ear (does not affect hearing)

Jennings can roll over alone, but he can not sit straightly or crawl, his arms can yield and stretch. He can open his hands freely and can use hand to touch foot, and he can do some simple hand motion, like he can hold small things, can clap both hands. But compared with peers, the flexibility of his hands are not very good, and his hands can not hold large things, and his fingers can not stretch to straight; his leg development is normal can yield and stretch.

Jennings was not talking yet, but was babbling (report from 2011).

Additional pictures available.

$103.60 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!