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Jeremy's Story

Jeremy
3 years old

Congenital Heart Disease

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Meet Jeremy

Jeremy is adorable and curious. He loves his nannies and friends and enjoys playing catch. He is so much fun!

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Jeremy has met some new friends this summer and in true Jeremy spirit, he won them over with his giant smile and sweetness right away. Together, they’ve been playing with building blocks and going for walks, and it makes us happy to see him and his friends getting along so well.

Jeremy recently had a birthday! It was exactly the kind of event that gets him smiling the most. He loved the bubbles and chocolate cupcakes, and he laughed when his nanny put a sticker on his forehead. We love the way Jeremy’s smile goes all the way up to his eyes.

Jeremy is able to spend time in the big playroom at Maria’s Big House of Hope and he loves to try out all the toys. His favorite playtime activity has been riding the cars, and with the new addition of a race track on the floor, he could spend the whole day riding around the track. We are encouraged by Jeremy’s perseverance.

Jeremy had the best time with his friends at our Easter party. He especially delighted in the egg hunt—squealing when he found each colorful egg and the stickers hidden inside. He insisted on using every sticker that he found, and he was so proud of his accomplishment. One of our greatest hopes for Jeremy is that he would have the opportunity to join a family through adoption. Please join us in praying for this.

Jeremy is now attending preschool and he’s loving it. He pitter-patters around the room chasing his classmates, or plays with the toy instruments and pretend kitchen set. Preschool is more fun with Jeremy and we are happy to have him join us.

Jeremy is new to our care, and we can’t get enough of his sweet dimples! He is so much fun, and has quickly fit into the busy and exciting life of a toddler. We are honored to care for Jeremy.

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