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Monty's Story

Monty
3 years old

Liver condition, blood disorder

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Meet Monty

Monty is full of spunk. His joy is big and bright, just like his personality! Monty has a party wherever he goes, and we love him very much.

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Recent Updates

Monty had the best time celebrating his third birthday, complete with two parties! In preschool, he celebrated by eating cupcakes with his class friends, and then we had a fun party where Monty got a new toy car and some cute new sunglasses. It’s easy to celebrate Monty! He is happy and easy going, and has tons of fun everywhere he goes. Happy birthday, Monty!

Monty’s curiosity keeps him (and his nannies) busy. He’s always on the move looking for the next fun thing. He and his best buddy have friendly competitions to see who can get to a toy the fastest, or run the quickest. His nannies get so tickled watching them play. We all love Monty so much!

Monty recently joined some of his friends to a trip to McDonald’s, and he loved the french fries! Monty loves to eat, and we loved watching him enjoy this treat!

Monty has gone from a sweet baby boy to a toddler so quickly! He’s growing fast, and his days are full of playtime and preschool classes— which he loves.

Happy Chinese New Year! We had a big party at Maria’s Big House of Hope where the kids got to celebrate the “Year of the Rooster” with singing, coloring pictures of chickens, and most importantly… eating jiǎozi (Chinese dumplings). Monty particularly enjoyed the dumplings!

Monty is a ball of joy! He is kind and playful, and he’s best buds with another little boy in his room. They have a blast in preschool together and on walks outside.

We recently celebrated Monty’s 2nd birthday! He’s growing up quickly, and we love him very much.

We had a great time welcoming the Fall season at Maria’s with a festival. The children had fun dressing up in costumes and collecting treats like candy, stickers, and bubbles from different caregivers around the room. Monty dressed up as a sheep, complete with floppy ears!

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