2 years old
Down Syndrome, congenital heart disease
Sophia-Rose has us all wrapped around her finger with her sweet smile and tender disposition. She’s an expert snuggler and quickly melts the hearts of anyone who is around her.More
October 18, 2017
Sophia-Rose is growing into such a big girl! She loves to curl up in your lap and she gives the best snuggles. She’s happiest when she’s playing with and shaking a toy, and she also loves to zoom around the room in a walker. We love Sophia-Rose, and are hopeful she will soon have the opportunity to enter a loving family through adoption.
August 23, 2017
Sophia-Rose went swimming for the first time this summer, and she had the best time playing in the water! She splashed her hands and feet the whole time and kept the rest of us laughing with her silliness and sweet spirit. She looked adorable in her swimsuit and heart-shaped sunglasses (though she wasn’t such a huge fan of them). But we think Sophia-Rose might have enjoyed eating her watermelon snack even more than the swimming!
June 8, 2017
We get more and more glimpses into Sophia-Rose’s blossoming personality each day. Her sunny smile melts our hearts. She has recently been able to do well without a feeding tube, and we’re thankful for this. Please continue to pray for Sophia-Rose.
February 10, 2017
January was a fun month for Sophia-Rose because we celebrated her second birthday! We love Sophia-Rose’s sweet personality and her cuddles, and we’re very proud of her. We celebrated her birthday with a party full of cupcakes and balloons, and Sophia-Rose’s favorite toy was her new pink ball!
December 7, 2016
Sophia-Rose is doing well, and we’re having a lot of fun welcoming the holiday seasons at Maria’s Big House of Hope. We recently made an ornament craft with each child, and we made a sweet thumbprint ornament with Sophia-Rose. She’s such a precious girl, and we’re blessed to know her. Her toothy-grin and snuggles melt our hearts.
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