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
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.
September 22, 2017
This summer we celebrated Rylynn’s third birthday! Rylynn is wonderful, happy, and full of life. We love her gentle and sweet spirit. She is growing up beautifully, and we’re praying that this year holds big and exciting things for her!
July 11, 2017
We love watching Rylynn flourish and thrive. She’s becoming such a big girl and learning lots of new things at her new school. We’re proud of her and so grateful to know her. Please pray for Rylynn to soon have the opportunity to enter the love and nurture of a family!
May 18, 2017
Rylynn recently moved to our Care Center in Zhengzhou where she will have access to more resources for children with visual impairment. We’re thankful and excited that Rylynn has this opportunity.
February 10, 2017
Rylynn is full of sunshine! She is energetic, playful, and cuddly. When she’s not getting her wiggles out, she loves to be snuggled and rocked. We love her very much.
November 21, 2016
Rylynn has had a fun start to the fall season at Maria’s Big House of Hope. We celebrated the autumn with a festival where the children dressed up in costumes, listened to fun music, made a cute pumpkin craft, and got to collect treats like candy, bubbles, and stickers from different caregivers around the room. The children loved it, and Rylynn looked beautiful dressed up as a princess with a sparkly pink dress!
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