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Shevann's Story


Cerebral palsy

Meet Shevann

Shevann is full of spunk. She enjoys pool parties, cupcakes, sprinkles, and bubbles! 


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Shevann returned to her guardian orphanage and we miss her greatly. She is a wonderful and kind little girl, and we are thankful to have been able to love and care for her. Please join us in praying for her transition and that she would soon have the opportunity to enter a loving family through adoption.

Shevann rode on a friend’s back to hunt for Easter eggs in front of Maria’s, and she really enjoyed it! We had a great day spending time with all the children, enjoying Easter candies, and celebrating the hope that Easter brings. We see such hope in Shevann’s life and pray that she would soon have the opportunity to know the love of a family through adoption.

Shevann recently helped make some new art to hang on the walls at Maria’s Big House of Hope. Though she didn’t love painting with the paintbrush, she discovered she really liked fingerpainting! She got paint all over her hands and brushed them onto the canvas. It’s fun to watch Shevann’s creativity!

At our recent Fall Festival, Shevann entertained us by making silly faces, and she enjoyed snacking on candy while dressed as Minnie Mouse! Her nanny walked with her to check out the different booths where she made a pumpkin craft and played with balloon animals.

When Shevann isn’t feeling quite as spunky as usual, she loves to snuggle. She’ll fold up in your lap, tucking her legs in, and wrapping her arms around your neck. Shevann gives the best hugs, and we’re always ready to welcome them!

Shevann recently turned 4 years old. She is full of life and energy, and we loved getting to celebrate her. Shevann wasn’t too thrilled about wearing her party hat or getting her hands messy with blue icing, but she’s still had a great start to being 4! She recently joined in on our “End of Summer” party, and though she was hesitant about swimming, she looked adorable in her sunglasses and swimsuit!

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