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Hadassah's Story

Hadassah
5 years old

Cerebral palsy

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Meet Hadassah

Hadassah is a sweet girl who loves to be sung to and tickled. She has a kind disposition and sweet personality, and it is our great joy to care for her!

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Recent Updates

We never tire of Hadassah’s beautiful smile, and she wore it all throughout our Fall Festival! She dressed up in a ballerina costume and went with her nanny through the fun booths. She loved the tickle of the paintbrush as she had a ladybug painted on her face! It’s our joy to celebrate with these kids, and we had a ton of fun celebrating the fall season with them!

It’s fall in Luoyang, and Hadassah and her preschool class have welcomed the new season by celebrating China’s Mid-Autumn Festival and making autumn crafts. Hadassah always enjoys craft time, and she had fun helping her teacher decorate Chinese lanterns and autumn leaves with paint dabbers!

Hadassah’s eyes twinkled as we recently celebrated her fifth birthday. Hadassah is full of life and we see so much of God’s goodness in her. She’s growing up quickly, and we love her dearly. Please join us in praying that this upcoming year would bring good things for Hadassah, and that she would soon have the opportunity to enter a loving family through adoption.

Hadassah loves music. Her favorite musical activities revolve around bells. She loves to hit the bells whenever her teacher holds them for her, and she likes to wear bells around her wrist to make them jingle!

Hadassah recently began attending preschool. Her favorite activity is coloring, and her preschool teacher says she giggles when they pop bubbles!

We’re having fun welcoming in the holiday season at Maria’s Big House of Hope! We recently made an ornament craft with every child, and we made a sweet thumbprint ornament with Hadassah that we’ll hang on a Christmas tree at Maria’s! We love getting to celebrate Christmas and all that it means with these children.

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