Special Needs Adoptions
Gayle - posted on 03/08/2009
We have adopted 3 children from Chian - 2 girls and a boy. Our son had an unrepaired cleft palate and lip. His repairs went really well, but his language development has been very slow. He is doing well developmentally, but his language is 2 years behind and that has been tough for him. We is a loving little boy, we are just wanting to get him caught up in speech so he will be ready for kindergarten.
Jennifer - posted on 02/11/2009
We adopted a little boy, now 2yrs old, from China who was born missing a left forearm. He was added to a family of 3 biological children, 1 girl and 2 other boys. He has done amazing and is just as quick, sometimes quicker, to get into something as anyone else. We wouldn't trade him for the world. He was made exactly the way he was suppost to be!
Heather - posted on 01/14/2009
My son is Blind and the girl we're in the process of adopting is severely Visually Impaired.. Wouldn't change either for the world, Acer has delays due to his blindness, most in small motor function, but he's a joy.
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