The Lost Ones…Ben, Nora and Aaron
What three things do these three amazing children have in common?
Each was chosen as a host child.
Each had a family working to bring them home.
Each lost their family at LOA.
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Ben ♥ Nora ♥ Aaron
Twice chosen, still waiting.
Ben – 10 years old / Bi-lateral clubbed feet:
BEN HAS A FAMILY WORKING TO BRING HIM HOME!!
Nora – 11 years old / Down Syndrome & CHD: ($15000. GRANT a available)
This child is a treasure and one amazing young lady. This child will do well in a family – a social butterfly – she enjoys being with others, especially children. She is extremely independent and capable and confidently took care of her own needs. During her host visit, she spoke clearly in Chinese, communicated her needs and enjoyed having tasks to do along with the other children in the home. She was examined by a pediatrician, dentist, and ophthalmologist while in the US. The pediatrician said she was very healthy and well taken care of. She also said Nora’s heart sounded very healthy. Nora does not need glasses but does have a few cavities that will need some treatment once she is adopted. ****$15,000. Grant Available****
Aaron – 10 years old / No known medical needs:
Energetic, smart, playful, and affectionate best describe Aaron. Aaron has no known medical needs and on target developmentally. During his summer 2016 host visit, he learned some English and easily expressed his needs to his host family. He enjoyed helping around the house, especially watering the plants and feeding the pets. Aaron played very well with other children and happily shared his toys and games with others.
Most children wait a lifetime for one family to say yes, these children need a third family to step out and say the same!
FAMILY ELIGIBILITY – Considering adoption for your family, take that first step, visit http://adoptablewaitingchild.com/eligibility-requirements/ and review the eligibility requirements for the China adoption program.
For more information about adoption from China or to learn more about these children please contact me at http://adoptablewaitingchild.com/contact/
**While we all may not be able to adopt, we are all able to help a child in many other ways. Sharing these children with your friends, family, civic/church groups and your social media circles is the best chance for these children’s voices to be heard and for their forever family to see them. We welcome and encourage the sharing of the Adopt(able) Waiting Child blog and Facebook page to help these wonderfully deserving children find a forever family of their own. Please share!**