9 years old
Down Syndrome, Gastrointestinal Condition
Whether you’re a new or old friend, Kiah loves to be close to people. And you’re sure to get a laugh and giggle out of her when she’s being spun around in someone’s arms!More
April 4, 2019
Kiah is 9 years old. We so enjoy celebrating the life of this sweet girl. Her love of cupcakes never ceases to entertain us. We are so honored to know and love her. We pray she will soon have the opportunity to be celebrated by a loving family through adoption. She is a treasure.
February 13, 2019
Kiah has recently grown up so much. She is very cheerful, and we take so much delight in her. She recently experienced the trampoline in physical therapy (which she loves), and has been making fun crafts in preschool. She’s staying busy and is as darling as ever. Thank you for praying for Kiah as she grows. Please also pray that she will have the opportunity to enter the love and nurture of a family through adoption soon.
January 4, 2019
Kiah was a beautiful angel in our annual Christmas nativity. She is a reminder of the hope and joy of the season, and we are grateful to know and love her. We ask you to join us as we pray for her in this upcoming year!
September 8, 2018
Kiah loves school, and one of her greatest joys is looking through books. Touch-and-feel books are the kind she enjoys most—feeling the pages with her hands and even with her feet! Watching Kiah discover the sweet world around her makes us abundantly happy.
August 6, 2018
Kiah’s love for people is infectious. She gives the absolute best hugs—wrapping her arms and legs around you as she squeezes tightly. If you spin her around, she throws her head back and belly laughs until you stop spinning! It is our joy to care for Kiah, and we delight in her sweet hugs!
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