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Killian's Story


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Meet Killian

Killian is silly and kind, has a big imagination, and a smile that will melt your heart. We are blessed to know him and we’re thankful to care for him.


Recent Updates

Killian recently left our care to return to his guardian orphanage. We are sad to see him leave, and his nannies and friends miss him greatly. Please join us as we pray for his transition and all of the hearts involved. We are blessed to have known and loved Killian, to have been impacted by his joy and resilience, and to have had the honor of caring for him. Our greatest hope for Killian is that he, and each child who waits, would have the opportunity to enter a loving family through adoption. Please join us in this prayer also.

Killian brings a lot of joy wherever he goes. His room recently received some new toys and he has especially enjoyed playing with all the cars and trucks. His friends like to race them back and forth across the floor and Killian beams while he plays. As soon as the race is finished he will immediately ask for another.

Killian was recently introduced to bubbles and had so much fun with them. He quickly understood how they worked and wanted to try them out himself. We are always impressed by his cleverness and determination. Killian is bright and wonderful to be around.

Meet Killian. He is 2 years old and on the move. He loves to be silly and his nannies adore him. We are excited to share more of his story with you. We are praying for Killian, and thankful for the opportunity to care for him.

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