Gastrointestinal condition, condition that affects her hand
Alesandria is full of spunk and smiles, and we have such big hopes for her life.More
April 30, 2018
We have the best news to share! Alesandria was recently adopted and is now with her family! We are so happy for her and her family, and cannot wait to see what all the Lord has in store for her life. Thank you for your support in helping us care for children like Alesandria!
November 20, 2017
Alesandria recently started preschool class. She’s been having a great time and is learning so quickly! Her nannies say she sings the alphabet song all on her own throughout the day, and she has learned her first few numbers. Alesandria loves to sing “Ring Around the Rosie” and play hide and seek, and we’re so excited to watch as she continues to learn and grow during preschool!
October 10, 2017
Alesandria’s big personality continues to shine through as she grows up! We’re smitten with her, and wish you could hear her giggle as she runs and plays. She is intelligent, and learns a lot by imitating and following the older children in her room.
August 16, 2017
The children in Beijing have been enjoying summer days full of time soaking up the sun, and Alesandria loves it! She’s also discovered she likes riding around the playground on the toy horses. She is so cute!
May 8, 2017
Alesandria is growing up beautifully and is now receiving care at our Beijing Care Center. Her favorite game to play is to pretend to talk on the phone! Alesandria is lovable and full of smiles for her nannies and friends.
December 6, 2016
Alesandria has the sweetest dimpled smile, and we love her very much. Her darling personality is blooming more each day. She has become quite the girly-girl who loves to play with jewelry and is fascinated by nail polish! We’re so blessed to know her.
We’re having a great time welcoming the holiday season at Maria’s Big House of Hope, and we recently made ornaments with each of the children. Alesandria’s thumbprint ornament turned out so sweet!
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