2 years old
Down Syndrome, Gastrointestinal condition
Ekon is cuddly and playful. He is dearly loved by those around him. Ekon has wise eyes, and sweet baby dimples on his fingers. We are so thankful for the opportunity to love and care for his needs during this formative period of his life.More
May 18, 2018
Ekon’s days have been full of new discoveries lately! He discovered how much he loves french fries on his trip to McDonald’s (he made sure his hands were full of them at all times!), and he discovered his love for preschool! He recently started classes, and he loved it from day one. We’re so proud of Ekon, and love watching his joy as he learns new things.
April 10, 2018
How cute is Ekon in his bunny ears and face paint! He melts our hearts every day, and Easter day was no different! We hunted Easter eggs in front of Maria’s, and Ekon insisted on being carried because he doesn’t like the grass. We loved celebrating the hope of Easter with the children at Maria’s Big House of Hope!
February 14, 2018
Ekon just celebrated his 2nd birthday with his friends. There were lots of balloons and, much to his delight, cupcakes! It’s easy to celebrate Ekon and it is an honor to love and care for him—not to mention so much fun. It’s our prayer that this year his greatest need would be met and he would be able to enter a loving family through adoption!
December 29, 2017
Ekon made the cutest Christmas baby! He recently moved back to Maria’s Big House of Hope where we had fun celebrating Christmas by making Christmas ornaments and singing carols. Ekon is a happy little guy, and he brings us so much joy!
November 7, 2017
Thank you for praying for Ekon. He’s growing, crawling all over the place, and keeping his nannies busy as they try to keep up with him! Ekon has begun giving out hugs and kisses without prompting, and it melts our hearts. We always welcome them! He’s a loving and cuddly little boy.
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