3 years old
Premature, visual impairment
Rylynn has a beautiful spirit. She loves to explore, participate in craft time in her preschool classes, and play with her nannies and friends.More
May 3, 2018
Rylynn loves her nannies! She loves to snuggle up and sit close to them while they play or read her a book. Rylynn has such a loving personality, and it’s so sweet to watch it shine through in her relationships with her nannies.
April 10, 2018
We love Rylynn’s sweet smiles! Although she has always been curious, she is learning more and more how to boldly explore around her! She is doing so well in school, and we are so proud of her. It’s one of our greatest hopes that Rylynn would soon know the love of a family through adoption. Will you pray with us?
February 5, 2018
Whenever Rylynn isn’t dancing around or playing with her friends, she can often be found giggling along to her nannies singing songs to her! She sometimes sings along, but mostly she thinks their songs are funny and can’t help but giggle!
December 15, 2017
Rylynn loves going to preschool! She gets excited when it’s time to suit up in her shoes, coat, and duck backpack. She prances outside ready for the day. Rylynn is so full of personality, and we love her very much. Please pray with us that Rylynn would soon have the opportunity to enter a loving family through adoption!
November 7, 2017
As Rylynn grows older, she’s becoming more independent and determined. She loves to play, but more than anything she loves a good dance party! She spins around (usually on her tippy-toes) and loves to hold someone’s hands and dance around the room.
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