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Suri's Story


Down Syndrome, congenital heart disease

Meet Suri

Suri is one of the snuggliest kids we know. She loves to be held, and we love to oblige!


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We love Suri dearly, and ask that you please pray for her as she recently returned to her guardian orphanage. We are thankful to have been able to care for her as she grew into a lovely, strong, cheerful, and cuddly little girl. Please pray for Suri as she transitions, and that she would soon know the love and permanency of a family through adoption.

Suri had lots of fun at her fifth birthday party! She loved eating her cupcakes topped with pink icing and sprinkles, and she happily clapped along as we sang to her. Suri is full of life, snuggles, and lots of joy. It’s an honor to care for her, and we pray that she would soon have the opportunity to enter the love of a family through adoption!

Suri has discovered she loves to paint. She would rather use her hand as a paintbrush than an actual paintbrush, and she creates beautiful artwork! We love getting to introduce her to new things.

Suri looked adorable in her Christmas hat, and she had a great time dancing along to Christmas music when we sang songs and played instruments to her and her friends! She clapped and danced along, and her pretty smile never faded.

We had so much fun celebrating the season at our Fall Festival, and Suri dressed up as a beautiful princess! She hung out in the middle of the room and took in all the excitement around her. She decorated a pumpkin with her orange fingerprints and had fun dancing in the photo booth with her nanny. She didn’t love having her face painted at first but came around in the end—and looked adorable with the ladybug on her cheek!

Suri is a happy little girl, and is adored by each of us. She’s working hard at her physical therapy and getting stronger each day!

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