2 years old
Down syndrome, liver condition
Sheldon is such a cutie. We love him very much, and are so thankful for the privilege of caring for him.More
November 20, 2017
Sheldon is doing well in Beijing! Not only did he recently have his feeding tube removed, he started preschool and is enjoying it. During class, he is curious about everything going on around him, especially lessons on colors. Though he’s not too keen on craft time, he has a newfound love for music!
October 4, 2017
Sheldon recently turned 2 years old! He had a “Hungry, Hungry Caterpillar” themed birthday party with his friends, and our festivities were complete with party hats, cupcakes, and balloons. Sheldon is a resilient and sweet little boy, and we’re praying for big things for him this year!
August 16, 2017
Sheldon is getting stronger each day and is growing up quickly! He recently moved to the Care Center in Beijing, and he’s doing well. Sheldon loves toys, especially trucks. He lights up when he plays with them.
June 2, 2017
Thank you for praying for Sheldon. He is doing much better recently, and remains his playful and cuddly self. His curiosity is unwavering and we love getting to watch him grow.
March 7, 2017
Sheldon has recently struggled with some medical needs, but he remains his happy and sweet self. He likes to sit up on his own and is always entertained by whatever is going on around him.Thank you for praying for Sheldon!
November 21, 2016
We celebrated the season with an autumn 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 kids loved it. Sheldon dressed up as a king with a gold crown and a royal blue robe. He looked so handsome!
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