Down Syndrome, congenital heart disease
What a joy it is to know Daniela! She is full of spunk, and we adore her. She is very loving, gives the best hugs, and easily melts the hearts of those around her. When she hugs, she snuggles in and pats your back as she hugs you. It is the sweetest thing.More
December 15, 2017
Daniela recently returned to her guardian orphanage, so we ask that you join us in praying for her transition, and most of all that she would soon have the opportunity to enter a loving family through adoption. We will greatly miss Daniela’s loving heart and the way she spreads smiles everywhere she goes, but we’re so thankful for the opportunity we had to love and care for her in our Care Centers.
November 9, 2017
Daniela looked fancy in her Belle princess dress as she danced around the Fall Festival! It was such a joy to watch her having fun as she went from booth to booth collecting candy. Daniela hung out by the bowl of Dum Dum suckers for a long time and even began to pass them out to her friends. We love her big heart.
October 10, 2017
Daniela had the best time celebrating her fifth birthday in preschool! She loved having “Happy Birthday” sung to her so much that we sang it three times, and each time she clapped with joy wearing a big, wide smile. Happy birthday, Daniela! We adore you and your loving, fun personality so much!
August 10, 2017
It’s been a fun and busy summer for Daniela. She recently moved to Maria’s Big House of Hope, and is adjusting well. She had a blast at pool day! She kept busy moving from pool to pool and playing with all the toys.
June 25, 2017
Daniela recently moved to the Care Center in Beijing. She has transitioned well and is bonding with her nannies. We’re excited that Daniela is now attending preschool! She’s very attentive and interested in everything that goes on, and we’re thankful she has this opportunity.
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