3 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
June 19, 2019
Summer has arrived at Maria’s Big House of Hope, and that means pool days have returned. Sheldon absolutely delighted in the water. He splashed non-stop and it was clear that he could have stayed in the pool all day long. We’re excited to continue to play and explore new experiences with Sheldon this summer.
May 10, 2019
Sheldon loves the new sensory boards in preschool. He likes jingling the bells and looking in the mirror. He’s full of sweetness and snuggles and we love him very much. Thank you for your prayers and support as we care for Sheldon.
April 4, 2019
Sheldon’s greatest joy is music. Whether he’s clapping to the beat or dancing around the room in the arms of a friend, you’re sure to find Sheldon with a big smile on his face. One of our greatest hopes is for Sheldon to soon share these sweet moments in the arms of a loving family through adoption.
February 23, 2019
Sheldon loves playing with balls and we are proud of his skill at playing catch. He loves to roll or throw the ball back and forth. If you miss the ball and it rolls away, he laughs with delight! We ask for prayers that Sheldon will continue to remain healthy during the remaining cold-season months.
January 4, 2019
Sheldon enjoyed celebrating the holiday season with his nannies and friends, listening to cheerful music and clapping along. We are inspired by who he is, and we’re so proud of the strides he’s made this past year. We love to celebrate Sheldon, and ask that you join us in praying for this amazing little boy.
September 7, 2018
Sheldon is getting bigger and stronger by the day. We have loved seeing his personality come out—he’s the sweetest! He’s been really enjoying preschool, where he’s gaining more confidence in his play and trying out new toys like building blocks. We love Sheldon, and we’re very proud of him.
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