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Peter's Story

Peter
2 years old

Premature, Gastrointestinal Condition

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Meet Peter

Peter is sweet and snuggly. We are honored to care for him, and we can’t wait to share his story with you.

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Peter was as cute as a pumpkin at our Fall Festival! He looked so sweet in his hat. He sat very still for the face painting, and spent the rest of the time making paper caramel apple crafts and placing stickers on his goodie bag. We have the best time playing with Peter and watching him discover the simple joys of the seasons.

Peter recently joined preschool at Maria’s and he’s doing great. So far, he enjoys stacking cups, playing with blocks, and clapping to songs. We’re excited to see how Peter will continue to grow and learn, and are thrilled for him to have another opportunity to feel delighted in as he explores the world around him. The simple joys of preschool are one of the experiences we are honored to provide for children like Peter.

Peter loved his first experience with pool day. He splashed and splashed with his hands and feet, feeling the surface of the water and bouncing up and down with excitement. Seeing children like Peter discover new joys is an honor. We are blessed to know Peter and thankful for the fun we’ve shared with him this summer.

We’re happy to introduce you to Peter. He is endearing and so lovable. He enjoys tickles and hugs, and can win over any heart with his charming grin. We’re thankful he is in our care, and we look forward to sharing more about him with you.

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