3 years old
Gastrointestinal condition, congenital heart disease
Sloane is darling, charming, and so much fun. He has such an incredible laugh, and seems to always be filled with joy.More
November 7, 2017
Sloane is a very active and happy little boy! He loves to play with his friends (especially if there’s dancing involved), and he really enjoys going to preschool class. He’s learning a lot, and we’re so proud of him.
September 21, 2017
We recently celebrated Sloane’s third birthday with lots of balloons and cake! Sloane is growing up beautifully and is very thoughtful, lovable, and kind. We are so proud of Sloane, and hopeful for what this year holds for him!
July 11, 2017
Sloane makes a great “nurse’s assistant!” He likes to help out by following the nurses on their rounds. He’s very attentive and keeps track of which children need medicine. Sloane is a very caring little boy.
May 18, 2017
Sloane is growing up, and we think he’s begun looking more and more like a little man recently. He continues to entertain us with his smiles and fun-loving personality!
March 2, 2017
This year, Sloane started attending a local preschool! He’s enjoying meeting and playing with new friends, and we are thrilled that he has this opportunity.
December 7, 2016
Sloane has one of the best laughs. His giggle quickly turns into a whole-hearted cackle. He is full of joy.
Sloane and the other children had a wonderful start to the holiday season, complete with a snowy Thanksgiving. The children loved watching the flurries through the window, and after it warmed up a few days later, they loved playing in it!
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