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Scott
4 years old

Inherited condition affecting formation of his head, hands, and feet

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Meet Scott

Scott is charming and we never tire of his winning smile and personality. 

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Scott greets his friends with a huge smile when they visit his room, then walks right up to them to hold their hand or be held. Scott loves toys, and always wants to share them with his friends who want to play. He takes his time moving a toy from one hand to another as he figures out what it does—he especially enjoys toys that sparkle or shimmer! We love playing with Scott!

We adore Scott’s tender heart and endearing personality. He loves playing with LEGO blocks, and his sweet giggle tells just how much fun he has in the playroom with all his friends. Scott radiates a cheerful spirit, and we enjoy watching him grow!

Scott has been showing off his dance moves in preschool, and it’s adorable! He swings his arms side-to-side and marches around to the beat of the music. Scott brings so much joy to Maria’s Big House of Hope!

Scott just celebrated his fourth birthday! He spent his party with a balloon in one hand and either candy or a cupcake in the other. He played with bubbles, looked adorable in his party glasses, and left with a goody bag of gifts. What fun it was to celebrate Scott turning another year older! Scott is a funny, smart, and determined little boy, and we love him so much! Please pray with us that he would soon come to know the love and permanency of a family.

Scott’s nannies adore him! He’s growing into such a big boy and he keeps his nannies busy chasing him as he walks all over the place. As Scott grows, he’s becoming more and more independent. We love being able to nurture him and help him discover new things!

Scott was enamored with the ornaments and tinsel this Christmas season! We had many fun Christmas activities at Maria’s Big House of Hope, including caroling and making Christmas ornaments with each of the kids’ fingerprints!

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