Down Syndrome, congenital heart disease
Joseph is a smiley, friendly little boy. We’re all smitten with his big grin!More
July 30, 2018
We’re missing Joseph’s bright and sweet personality now that he has returned to the care of his guardian orphanage. We love Joseph’s charm, all the ways he keeps us laughing, and his heart full of love. One of our greatest desires and hopes for Joseph is that he would have the opportunity to enter a loving family through adoption very soon. Will you please join us in praying for Joseph?
April 10, 2018
Joseph excitedly suited up in his bunny ears and face paint and spent Easter morning hunting for eggs in front of Maria’s! He had a great time, and his joy and energy kept us smiling and laughing. We loved celebrating the hope Easter brings with Joseph!
March 26, 2018
Joseph’s nannies recently got him all dressed up to go on a trip to McDonald’s! He looked so handsome, and had a great time. He wasn’t a fan of hamburgers or chicken nuggets, but he liked french fries. Ice cream was his favorite, and he did a little dance in between each bite because he loved it so much! We had so much fun with Joseph at McDonald’s, and are thankful we have the opportunity to take him to enjoy fun outings like these.
February 14, 2018
Though Joseph wasn’t too sure at first about the snow and cold weather in Luoyang, he eventually warmed up to the idea and had a great time playing in the snow with his friends! We’ve had several snow days already this year, and it’s been so much fun to watch the children’s curiosity and wonder.
December 29, 2017
Joseph keeps us entertained and laughing with his goofy personality. Between making ornaments with his cute fingerprint, having fun in preschool (especially with treats in his stocking), and dressing up as a cow for our Nativity photos, Joseph had a fun Christmas season! He enjoyed playing in the tinsel and with the ornaments in his Christmas photos, and he looked adorable in his Santa hat!
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