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Huck's Story

2 years old

Spina Bifida, Cleft Palate

Follow Updates

Meet Huck

Huck’s adorable giggle is contagious, which only encourages more tickling! We cannot get enough of him and his sparkly eyes and kissable cheeks.


Recent Updates

Huck has gained more independence and his nannies are having a hard time keeping up with him. He loves to take the lead when walking down the hallway to preschool and his nannies quickly scurry behind. Although he’s on the move, Huck’s favorite mode of transportation is still the ride-on scooter in the playroom.

Huck had so much fun at our Chinese New Year celebration. His nannies loved showing him how to eat traditional dumplings, which he enjoyed, but not as much as the sugar cookies. We are blessed to celebrate this special holiday with children like Huck!

Huck kept the room smiling in his adorable sheep costume at our annual Christmas nativity. He giggled in delight as he watched his friends scamper around the room, and gladly soaked up all of the attention whenever he was in the spotlight. We love celebrating with Huck!

Huck is now 2 years old! We are so happy to get to celebrate his life and all the joy he brings. He had a wonderful birthday filled with cupcakes, balloons, bubbles, and more. We are praying big prayers for this next year of Huck’s life, and we are honored to care for him!

Huck is gaining more and more independence as the summer continues, and we love to watch as he explores the playroom and preschool! His nannies adore him, and he’s happiest in their arms or walking beside them as they hold his hands. We’re cheering him on as he grows into a confident toddler.

Huck is loving his summer days! He’s already gone swimming twice, and although he was pretty hesitant of the water at first, he grew to love it as long as his friend held on tightly. It’s so much fun introducing Huck to new things!

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