6 years old
Visual impairment, nervous system condition
Quianna is a happy, alert little girl who loves to be sung to and cuddled.More
December 29, 2017
We loved celebrating Christmas at Maria’s Big House of Hope, and the children had such a fun time making Christmas ornaments! Quianna giggled as we pressed her fingerprint into the squishy clay dough. She is such a joy!
October 18, 2017
We are grateful to have a physical therapy team at our Care Centers and for the ways we’ve seen Quianna grow as a result. She is working on standing with a standing frame, and she loves it when her PT uses toys in their sessions. Quianna is such a joy, and we love getting to watch her grow!
July 29, 2017
Quianna sure has fun playing in the ball pit! She particularly likes the way it feels to lay in the balls and tussle around in them. As she grows older, we look forward to providing additional opportunities to help her gain the skills she needs. Please join us in praying that she would ultimately have the opportunity to enter a loving family through adoption.
April 18, 2017
Quianna is six years old. She recently had a birthday, and we had a fun day full of balloons and cupcakes! Quianna’s smile brightens any room, and we love to celebrate her.
March 7, 2017
It recently snowed in Luoyang, and the children spent a few cozy days inside. Since then we’ve had some warm days and enjoyed time outside soaking up the sunshine, which Quianna loves!
December 6, 2016
Thank you for praying for Quianna! She’s having a great time on her daily walks outside! The children at Maria’s Big House of Hope each look so cute all bundled up for the colder weather.
We’re readying for the holiday season here at Maria’s, and we recently made Christmas ornaments with each child. For Quianna’s ornament, we used her thumbprint to make a sweet ornament to hang on our Christmas tree.
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