Multiple congenital malformations, condition similar to CP.
January 2017: Easton has been institutionalized. He is hungry, retrained, and miserable. Please help us find his family!
Easton smiles, reacts to familiar adults, toys. Look at that gorgeous smile — are those dimples?
From a family who met him in March 2014:
Easton is an incredibly cheerful little boy. The nannies told us that he is smart and talks with them, though we were also told that he is delayed. In fairness, Easton spends almost all of his time in a crib. He would either be sitting or laying when we saw him.
Easton always seemed to be very aware of what was happening around him. One day when a nanny was getting our son ready for his visit, we did a little dance behind her and Easton laughed. He would often smile brighter when we would wave at him across the room while picking up our son on our visits. I believe Easton would flourish in his own family.
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