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Jordyn

As Down Syndrome Awareness month moves into National Adoption Month this November, we want to introduce baby Jordyn. Jordyn was born with Down Syndrome and now needs emergency heart surgery to survive…so that someday she can hopefully have a family of her own. We recently received a call from an orphanage in Anhui. A beautiful two-month-old baby girl in their care was suspected of having a serious heart defect in addition to being diagnosed with Down Syndrome. When they asked if we could help her get the quality medical evaluations she needed, we quickly agreed.

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Fourteen Children With Down Syndrome: Waiting For Adoption

October is Down Syndrome Awareness Month, a chance to spread awareness and celebrate the children in our programs. Over the past few years, we have seen more and more children with Down Syndrome become eligible for adoption. One of Love Without Boundaries’ core beliefs is that EVERY child deserves a family. With that in mind, we present fourteen beautiful children who are waiting for permanent families of their own.

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Sweet Sue Waits for a Family

Sweet Sue entered our foster care program in January 2016 at age two. What a little peanut she was! The first month she was in foster care, Sue and her foster sister received new tricycles and scooters from their sponsors. Sue was so small her feet barely touched the ground. A year later, Sue was working on walking on her own and had gained strength and weight, thanks to her dedicated foster parents and her older foster sister, Piper.

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Today Is World Down Syndrome Day

March 21 is World Down Syndrome day, a day set aside to recognize and raise awareness for individuals with Down Syndrome. Over the years we have seen the number of children with Down Syndrome in our foster care program grow, and we are thrilled that they get to grow up as a beloved part of their local communities. Many of the children we featured as waiting for adoption last year are still waiting in 2017, so we want to take a moment today to once again highlight these incredible kids. Read more

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Looking Back On The Year In Foster Care: 2016

Foster care allows children who are alone in the world to be alone no more. Instead, they have the opportunity to receive — and give — love within the secure environment of a family.

We’re celebrating foster care this week by highlighting some of our favorite moments from foster care in 2016. Please join us for some special memories from the end of the year! Read more.

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A Year With Val

This week as we look back on 2016, we want to concentrate on the success of our healing homes programs.  The reality is that every baby who came through the doors of our homes could be featured, as each one was in need of specialized care due to their medical needs.  It’s difficult to pick just a few to highlight, but today we want to tell you about a very special little girl named Val.

The first ten months of Val’s life were a true struggle. Read more.

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Grateful For Our Healing Homes Village

This was Marcus at one year old.

His orphanage called us for help because he weighed just 3.6 kgs, or 8 pounds, at twelve months of age. At the time we met him, he was a fragile, underweight boy who had been diagnosed with Down Syndrome. This is Marcus now, after six months in our Heartbridge Healing Home. We think his happy smile and chubby cheeks say it all! Read more.

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Waiting Girls of 2016

Both November and National Adoption Month are now over and the crazy month of December has arrived. But the end of 2016 makes us even more determined to feature some beautiful waiting girls in our programs in the hope that their forever families see their photos and fall head over heels in love!

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Loving Timothy

Timothy is an adorable seven-year-old little boy from our foster care program in Guizhou who happens to have Down Syndrome. Since Timothy has been waiting for his forever family for quite some time, we thought National Adoption Month was the perfect time to let him shine!


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National Adoption Month: Waiting Kids With Down Syndrome

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Did you hear that Down Syndrome Awareness Month just ended and flowed right into National Adoption Month?  What a perfect time to feature all of the children in our programs with Down Syndrome who are waiting for families of their own! Read more.

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