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Jesse
10 years old

Cerebral palsy

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Meet Jesse

Jesse loves to cuddle and sing songs, and he giggles a lot whenever he plays outside. He also loves it when someone blows cool air on his face. He thinks it’s hilarious and it’s a guaranteed way to get a smile out of him! We love Jesse very much, and are so thankful for the...

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Recent Updates

We just celebrated fall with a festival for the kids, and they loved it. Jesse wasn’t thrilled with his Elmo costume’s hat, so he chose not to wear it during the party, but he had a good time nonetheless! He sat so still while he had a pumpkin painted on his face, and he enjoyed going to all the different booths.

We just had the opportunity to celebrate Jesse turning 10 years old! Jesse is a special little boy, and it’s our joy to celebrate him. He loved eating chocolate cake at his party, and he’s a big fan of his new stuffed animal toy! Knowing and loving Jesse is a privilege.

Summertime in Luoyang is really hot, and the kids have had a wonderful time playing in the pool. Jesse spent his time splashing around and making everyone laugh. He kept his feet kicking almost the whole time, and enjoyed every second!

Jesse has a new favorite way to play – spinning around in circles. He especially loves it when others are watching his antics! He’s such a sweet boy, and we are so thankful to know and care for him.

Jesse is very content. He likes to be in the playroom with his friends, where they can sit in the ball pit or swing on the swings!

Jesse is having a fun start to fall! We celebrated the season with a festival where the children dressed up in costumes, listened to fun music, made a cute pumpkin craft, and got to go collect treats like candy, bubbles, and stickers from different caregivers around the room! The kids loved it, and Jesse dressed up like Spiderman—complete with a costume that had built-in muscles! He looked super cute.

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