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Justice's Story

5 years old

Spina Bifida

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Meet Justice

Justice is thoughtful and has the most endearing smile. He is full of charm and we’re grateful for the gift of knowing his kind and sensitive heart.


Recent Updates

Justice absolutely loved playing in the snow in Luoyang! He had the time of his life sticking his tongue out trying to catch the snowflakes—which always ended in lots of giggles. We love to watch Justice try new things—like playing in the snow. He laughed so hard spinning around in the falling snow, but in the end decided it was a little too cold to touch the snow or throw snowballs.

Justice in Christmas pajamas and a Santa hat melts our hearts! His joy is deep and bright, and we had the best time celebrating Christmas with him. He made sugar cookies, ornaments with his fingerprint, and had fun finding a new treat each day in his stocking at preschool. Justice was also a wise man in our Nativity!

One of Justice’s favorite things to do is to swim, so he enjoyed dressing up as a swimmer for our Fall Festival! He giggled as he “swam” through the air in circles, playing during the party. We love Justice’s joy and laughter!

Justice’s days at Maria’s Big House of Hope are full of friends, physical therapy, preschool (his favorite), and lots of playtime. Justice is intelligent, big-hearted, and full of personality. He keeps us laughing!

Justice’s goofiness keeps us laughing. His preschool teacher says he marches to the beat of his own drum, and he’s smart and eager to learn. Justice is both driven and sweet. We love getting to watch him grow up, but are prayerful he will soon have the opportunity to enter a loving family through adoption.

Justice is a lot of fun! He loves to play and flash his bright smile. Justice shows off in preschool where he practices English and enjoys making crafts.

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