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Libby

Down Syndrome, congenital heart disease

Meet Libby

Libby is a beautiful little girl with the sweetest rosebud lips. She loves to be held and is always up for snuggle time with her nannies.

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We’ll surely miss Libby’s cuddles and little dimples now that her care has transitioned to her guardian orphanage. Please pray with us as she transitions. She is full of resilience and joy, and we know this will follow her wherever she goes!

We celebrated Libby turning 3 years old this spring. Libby is cuddly, sweet, smiley, and brings us lots of joy! We love her playfulness and sweet personality. It’s easy to celebrate Libby!

Libby humored us and wore her bunny ears for all of five seconds, but she looked absolutely adorable in those five seconds! She much preferred eating candies from inside her Easter eggs. She hunted eggs with her nannies and friends, and loved snacking on what she found inside. What a joy it was to spend Easter playing with Libby!

Libby is growing up quickly. She’s beautiful, and it’s a joy to watch her discover new things. She still loves to be snuggled, and though she loves to play with her friends in her room, she’s also quite happy going on a stroller ride—no matter how long or short!

We dressed Libby up in a tutu for Christmas photos and she played with tinsel and ornaments and looked adorable! We had so much fun this Christmas season making ornaments and caroling. We even had a live Nativity where Libby dressed up as a lamb. We love these children, and feel so privileged to care for them!

Libby dressed up as a butterfly at our Fall Festival! She was delighted by the festivities (especially the candy treats) and although she stayed busy moving around the whole morning, she was especially squirmy when she had a butterfly painted on her face. But she enjoyed her tutu, headband, and wings, so she kept them on the whole time. Libby is so much fun!

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