4 years old
Urinary tract condition
Jeshua is affectionate and loves to snuggle. His favorite word is “jiě jiě,” a term of endearment in Chinese. Jeshua is very playful, and we love him!More
April 30, 2018
Jeshua went on a trip to McDonald’s recently and had the time of his life! He loved french fries the most, and held onto at least a dozen the whole time. We love taking Jeshua to explore and do fun things!
February 21, 2018
We recently saw Jeshua’s creative side shine. When he has a paintbrush and a canvas at hand, Jeshua is a happy kid! He painted his canvas so well, and also enjoyed using his legs as an extra canvas. Jeshua is such an entertaining little guy, and it’s fun to watch him grow and discover new things.
December 29, 2017
Despite feeling under the weather earlier in December, Jeshua still had a full month of celebrating Christmas! He’s now feeling much better, and we had so much fun caroling through all the rooms and making ornaments with each child. Jeshua’s ornament hung proudly on our Christmas tree along with all the others!
November 9, 2017
Jeshua’s elephant costume was a crowd pleaser (especially after his nannies added the mustache)! He had a wonderful time at our Fall Festival, going from place to place and collecting goodies.
October 10, 2017
After a full summer of friends and pool parties, Jeshua is enjoying the start to fall in Luoyang. His days are full of preschool, playtime, and lots of snuggles with his nannies. As he grows older, we continue to pray that Jeshua would soon be able to enter a loving family through adoption. Will you pray alongside us?
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