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Simone's Story

2 years old

Congenital Heart Disease

Follow Updates

Meet Simone

Simone has an endearing smile and the sweetest giggle. We are very thankful to be able to care for her.


Recent Updates

Simone has been gaining more independence over the summer. She likes to try new things on her own, and with her nanny’s guidance, she accomplishes all she hopes to and more. She’s proud of herself and we are too. Simone is truly one of the bravest girls we know, and we’re honored to watch her grow.

Simone loves spending time in the pool, and she looks adorable in her sunglasses. She likes filling small cups and buckets with water and dumping it into other cups. Simone is thoughtful and precise with her play, and it’s the sweetest thing to watch.

Simone is blossoming in her attachment to her nanny, and has recently shown us so much of her personality. She is patient, pensive, and a joy to play with. Every so often, she’ll also show us her spunky side and we love it. We’re excited for summer and all the opportunities we’ll have to introduce her to the fun of the season.

Simone has recently joined the preschool class, and it has been a joy to see her personality come out. She is delightful in every way. Her teacher has loved encouraging her to explore the preschool room, and Simone has already discovered so many new toys.

We are happy to introduce you to Simone! Her brave heart has won us over. She’s already brought a lot of fun to Maria’s Big House of Hope, and we are excited to share more about her. We’re praying for her to grow big and strong, and we’re grateful for the opportunity to care for her.

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