Hi Everyone , I am so excited to let you know it is official our 4 children are adopted.
Let me introduce you to them. I have 3 new pictures from a dear friend who was just there visiting. This picture is Amelia all dressed up by her Baba (grandmother). She wanted us to know that she is taking care of her at the orphanage as best as she can. She is looking forward to seeing Amelia going to her new family.
She looks better then when I seen her in march. The formula that was donated really made a difference. Thank you for all of you who donated Neocate to the orphanage.
This is another picture taken less then 2 weeks ago. My dear friend Linda says that Sophia is always smiling. 16 years in an orphanage is to long. No more baby girl. I can't believe she is a teen.
We are very grateful to the person who donated a wheelchair for Sophia. Sophia hasvery brittle bones and this has caused fractures that has not healed properly. We do not believe that she will be able to walk because of the significant curve to her lower spine.
Sophia Plamenka Christina Brown Love you baby girl.
Look how much he has grown! His Baba's dressed him up so nicely for this picture. There were a group of Nursing student volunteers from the US who were at this orphanage for 2 weeks. We heard that they spent time with Jeremy. Thank you you guys if you bought him those adorable clothes (love the yellow shirt). He has grown looks like I will have to go get some different clothes.
He has hydrocephalus and CP possible Autism (we really will not know till we get home) but we did get him a wheelchair. He can stand up in his crib so maybe he will eventually learn to walk? By the way the boy next to him already has a family working very hard to bring him home. I cannot say anything else:) He is also very precious and so is his mom to be.
Well, we do not have a current picture of Joshua since he is in a different orphanage (near the mountains).
I had to include a picture taken during my March visit.
Joshua has Down syndrome may also have autism. We will not know until they are home.