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Meet Yeshua

Yeshua is a loving and smart little boy, and it’s a joy to watch him grow!


Recent Updates

Yeshua was recently called back into the care of his guardian orphanage. His giggles and joyful spirit will be greatly missed. We are honored to have had the opportunity to care for Yeshua. Will you continue to pray for him as he makes this transition, as well as pray for his nannies and friends who miss him each day?

Yeshua is now 2 years old. He recently celebrated his birthday with cupcakes. Yeshua is such a sweet boy. His nannies adore him, and he is learning new things every day. We are proud of him, and we are praying for him to soon have the opportunity to enter the love of a family through adoption.

Yeshua had so much fun celebrating during the month of December. He had the opportunity to make handprint ornaments in preschool, try candy canes, and was an adorable shepherd in our Christmas nativity. We love celebrating the holidays with Yeshua!

Yeshua’s personality just keeps getting bigger and sweeter! He’s been learning so many words, and we love the sound of his voice. He can say his name, and the look of pride on his face when he does is just too cute! He’s always the first to yell out a “buh-bye” when someone leaves the room, and his nurses are teaching him how to say “see-ya!” Yeshua is such a bright and darling boy.

Yeshua is thriving! His silly personality is coming out more and more. He’s started mimicking funny faces and practicing in the mirror. Yeshua loves to laugh, and it doesn’t take much to get a giggle out of him. We are loving getting to know this sweet boy!

Yeshua loves summer pool days at Maria’s Big House of Hope! He loved swimming from the start, and he entertains all of his friends with his splashing. Yeshua is tons of fun!

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