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Aurora's Story


Cerebral palsy

Meet Aurora

Aurora is happy and snuggly, and loves to be sung to and tickled. She was six months old when she came into our care. Aurora is an amazing little girl who loves to make new friends. It is our joy and great privilege to care for her during this critical period in her development.


Recent Updates

Please be praying for Aurora as she recently had to return to her guardian orphanage. We love Aurora very much, and ask that you join us in praying for her health and heart as she makes this transition in care.

We just celebrated Aurora’s 5th birthday! Aurora is such a delight, and it was so fun to celebrate her turning another year older. She enjoyed eating cake at her party, and even got cute tattoos of a cupcake and a princess!

Aurora looked beautiful dressed as a ballerina at our Fall Festival. She enjoyed the festivities, and liked the sticker booth. It’s so fun to be able to celebrate with these children!

Aurora’s preschool class is full of fun! They do crafts and read stories, and Aurora enjoys music time. During music time, the class plays instruments like jingle bells and little piano!

We’re very grateful to have a physical therapist at Maria’s Big House of Hope. She helps children like Aurora become stronger and do more on their own. Aurora is making progress and has really begun to enjoy sitting up. We’re proud of her.

Aurora is having tons of fun in preschool, and we’re thankful for all the opportunities this resource provides! In class, she enjoys playing with balls, but she especially loves to snuggle with the stuffed animals.

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