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Jackson

Cerebral palsy

Meet Jackson

Jackson has the brightest smile, happiest disposition, and most tender heart of any child you could meet. We love him very much, and feel so privileged to be able to care for him during these formative years of his life.

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We’ve been missing Jackson’s sweet smile and dimples since he returned to his guardian orphanage. Jackson is a bright little boy who is full of love, and it is one of our biggest hopes and prayers for him that he would soon know the love and permanency of a family through adoption. Will you join us in praying for this also?

We just celebrated Jackson turning 9 years old! What a joy it is to know and love Jackson. His beaming smile brightens our days, and the love he has for his nannies and friends is so evident. We love him more and more each day! Happy birthday, Jackson!

After a holiday season full of fun, including singing lots of Christmas songs, making ornaments, and more—Jackson has had a great start to the new year, complete with a snow day and new handsome haircut!

Jackson was the coolest and most handsome astronaut at our Fall Festival, complete with a galaxy of stars painted on his face! Our party had a photo booth, balloon animals, lots of candy, and lots of fun—and Jackson enjoyed it all. Jackson can light up a room with his smiles and we can’t help but smile along with him. We are so thankful for the privilege of knowing and loving Jackson.

Jackson’s preschool classes are full of reading books and making crafts, but his favorite part is music time. He loves it when his teacher helps him play the little piano.

Summertime at Maria’s Big House of Hope means pool days. Jackson was a little unsure of playing in the water at first, but he quickly realized how much fun it was. He had a great time!

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