Perry, Jared, and Nate: Boys Will Be Boys!

In an orphanage in Foshan Shunde, Guangdong ,where LWB has an Orphanage Assistance program, live some great little boys whom we would love to see “being boys” in their own families!  Active.  Happy.  Mild. Mischievous. Smart.  Smiley. Sweet. Tough.   We’d like to introduce you to three wonderful boys!

Perry, who is all tuckered out in the above photo, is a very sweet boy with a mild personality who will soon be turning two years old.  He always has a smile on his face, especially for his favorite nanny.  One of his favorite friends, who slept in the crib next to him, was recently adopted, and Perry was very sad for several days.  His  nanny tried to explain to him that his good friend now has a family, but it still took a few days for him to have a smile on his face again.

Perry…awake!

If Perry has a new toy in hand — especially a ball, his very favorite — the only thing that can make him stop playing with the toy is food.  His special need is that he is missing one ear.

Jared

Next, meet Jared.  Jared is an active and happy eight-year-old boy. He likes to sing and plays with the other kids in his room and is a good helper to the nannies.  Because some kids in his room have speech difficulties, the nannies sometimes have trouble understanding what they are saying.  Since Jared has been with them in the same room for a long time, he can understand these kids very well and acts as their translator!  His special need involves some muscle atrophy in his legs.  Jared is very smart and loves studying and reading books with stories with pictures.  Currently he is in a class in the orphanage where he has lessons in classical poetry, among other subjects.  Jared is also quite the singer.  Whenever the orphanage has a performance for festivals or holidays, he is the star of the show.  Look out, Justin Bieber!

Nate

Last but not least, meet Nate.  Nate is not a talker and is quiet most of the time…but that doesn’t mean he isn’t active!  He likes to play with the other children and can be very tough and mischievous.

As is often the case with kids sharing toys, sometimes there are scuffles.  When Nate is involved, he frequently comes out with the toy he wants.  His nannies report that if a child is crying over a toy that they lost in a scuffle with Nate, the nanny will talk with Nate about what has happened.  Usually, Nate, holding the toy tightly, stands silently and listens to the nanny. Then after carefully considering the nanny’s words, he walks over to the crying child and shares his toy with a shy smile.  Isn’t that sweet for a four-year-old boy?

Boys will be boys, of course, and then they turn into men.  What will these boys and future men become?  A family can offer so much to each one of these little guys!

Love Without Boundaries proudly advocates for adoption but is not an adoption agency. We invite you to contact adoptionassistance@lwbmail.com with questions about a child we have featured and encourage you to contact your local adoption agency for more information about China’s Waiting Child Program.

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5 Comments to “Perry, Jared, and Nate: Boys Will Be Boys!”

  1. vrchota7 29 October 2010 at 4:54 am #

    Hello, I am interested in the little boy named Nate. I would like any info you can send me.
    Thank you,
    chad vrchota
    4072380967

  2. Maile 14 December 2010 at 11:15 pm #

    Hi there,

    Do you have additional information on Perry?

    Thank you!
    Maile Valentine

  3. chinalwb 15 December 2010 at 9:05 am #

    For specific questions, a member of our Adoption Advocacy team will be in touch with you via e-mail. Thanks so much for your interest in this adorable boy!

  4. chinalwb 12 January 2011 at 9:42 pm #

    We’re so excited to hear that you’re interested in learning more about one of our amazing boys! We have featured so many boys lately who are just waiting for their families to find them. We have passed your information and request along to our Adoption Assistance coordinator at adoptionassistance@lwbmail.com. Please accept our best wishes as you explore adoption and don’t hesitate to ask us if we can help. Best of luck!

  5. rskutsor 24 January 2011 at 11:31 am #

    I am interested in the little boy named Perry. We are looking at possibly adopting two little boys, and have PA for one already.
    Thnak you,
    Robin Kutsor


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