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Aaron's Story


Cerebral palsy

Meet Aaron

Aaron loves bubbles, snacks, and being held. Aaron loves to be read to. He especially loves it when you make silly sound effects to go along with the stories! He brightens the days of everyone around him, and we are so thankful to be able to provide the care he needs.


Recent Updates

Aaron has returned to the care of his guardian orphanage. His life is marked with hope, and he has brought great joy to Maria’s Big House of Hope! We miss his presence at Maria’s dearly. Please join us in praying for his transition, and that he would soon have the opportunity to know the love and security of a family through adoption.

Aaron is doing well at Maria’s Big House of Hope! We celebrated Easter with lots of chocolate (which Aaron decided he didn’t love), candy, and stickers! It was wonderful to celebrate with the children all the hope that Easter brings.

It’s been a good start to 2018 for Aaron—complete with a handsome new haircut! Aaron is one of the sweetest children we know, and he loves people. His tender heart shines through his smile!

We had so much fun celebrating the Christmas season at Maria’s Big House of Hope. We caroled and made Christmas crafts with the children. Aaron giggled as we squished his finger into his Christmas ornament! Aaron’s smiley personality is wonderful, and we love him very much!

Aaron was ready to save the world dressed as Spiderman at our Fall Festival! He looked great in his costume, and he had a lot of fun going to all the different booths with his nanny and friends!

Aaron just turned 8 years old, and we loved getting to celebrate him! We threw a fun party for him among sweet friends, and Aaron smiled so big when we sang “Happy Birthday” to him. It’s a joy to know and love Aaron, and we’re hoping for big things in his life this year!

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