Girl, born 2016
Listed: Jan 2020
Yvette is described by her caretakers as lively and cheerful. She likes to play with the other children and is not afraid of strangers. She will actively greet and interact with others and is said to be more and more lively and cute with age! Yvette goes to school with her friends every day, where she does rhythmic activities, plays games, participates in sports, learns self-care skills, and participates in an early education program. She is full of curiosity about new things. At a garden party, one of the teachers was dressed as a big doll. The other children were a little afraid to get close, but Yvette was not afraid at all! She took the initiative to hug the doll’s legs and shake hands with the doll. Yvette makes sounds of “mama” and “baba.” When she wants to drink milk, she will call “Ma-Ma” around her caretaker. She tries to repeat her caretaker with basic counting. Yvette can build with blocks, hold the spoon by herself, and hold a pen to scribble. Yvette can walk and run independently. She uses the railing for support when going up and down the stairs. She is cooperative and not afraid to play outdoor games.
Yvette is very sensible. When one of her little friends cry, she will take a small towel or napkin to wipe the tears and nose of the little friend to comfort them. She can unzip and take off her coat and take off her shoes and socks. Yvette will clap her hands and laugh when she is happy. She will cry when she is not happy, but if you reach out and hug her, she will show her smile again. Yvette likes to play with bowls and spoons and pretends to eat by herself, often making an “A-mu, A-mu” sound while pretending to scoop rice with a spoon. She also likes to swing and play ball. Every time she swings high, she will laugh loudly! She also likes to imitate her rehabilitation teacher, helping her friends with cerebral palsy by massaging their legs and moving her arms. Yvette has normal eating and sleeping habits. She was born with Down syndrome and congenital heart defect-complete atrioventricular common channel (CAVC), ASD, and VSD. She’s had surgery to repair her heart defects. Yvette sounds like an amazing little girl who is going to be such a blessing to a very lucky family!
Yvette has a $1000 grant with her current adoption agency.