4 years old
Congenital Heart Disease
Kevin is a clever and playful little boy. We love his cheeky smile and bright personality.More
January 18, 2018
Kevin just celebrated his 4th birthday! He had a party with his friends in preschool where they made crowns, ate birthday cupcakes, and played with the new bubble maker he received as a gift! Kevin is a sweet, thoughtful, and funny little boy, and it’s a joy to celebrate him. We’re hoping and praying for big things for Kevin this next year!
November 20, 2017
Kevin is pure sunshine! He is bright, kind, and gentle, and he loves to give hugs and kisses. Kevin continues to enjoy preschool, and music time is his favorite. He’s also learning lots of new words. He’s very smart. When he does crafts, Kevin will flash his smile and look at his teacher for affirmation. We love Kevin very much.
October 10, 2017
Kevin is easygoing and loves life. He is adaptable and makes new friends easily. His preschool teacher praises him for how well he listens, and because of his curiosity, he’s quick to learn!
August 15, 2017
It’s been a full summer for Kevin. He started preschool, and he’s spent lots of time swimming in the pool and having fun in music class. He loves to hit the big drum, and he has a blast when he and his friends dance and play along to the music!
June 21, 2017
Kevin recently had the chance to play on a bouncy house slide, and to say he loved it would be an understatement. He was shy at first and not sure what to think, but after he worked up the courage to go down a few times with a friend, he discovered how much fun it was and wanted to go again and again!
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