Tag Archives: Foster Care

Mindy: LWB’s Featured Child of the Week

Five-year-old Mindy has joined LWB’s newest foster care program in Lanzhou. Described as optimistic, outgoing, and loveable, Mindy is certainly proving popular in her neighborhood. She often invites her little friends home to play.

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Mischievous Matthew

Meet mischievous Matthew, a three year old boy in our Shantou foster care program who is waiting to be chosen for adoption!

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Matthew has been described as a little mischievous because he is always doing something with a playful smile on his face. Read more.

Radiant Rhys

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Rhys is a three and a half year old boy in both our Anhui foster care program as well as our education program. He is diagnosed with a chromosomal abnormality and has had adoption paperwork prepared so that he can be adopted internationally through China’s Waiting Child program. Read more.

Yago’s Chance for a New Life

It was 2011, and Yago had just entered our Believe in Me School in Changzhi. We knew then that he needed special care for his leg.

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Over the years, however, we have learned through consulting with experts that the best opportunity for Yago to receive the ongoing care that he needs for his condition is to be cared for by a family able to thoroughly address and consistently manage his care. Read more.

Jose, Lover of Life

Several years ago, we received a call about a newly-found little boy who was born with cleft lip. I remember seeing his first photo thinking he had some pretty wonderful hair, and I was so thankful when he was able to be moved to our Anhui Healing Home right away for nurturing care.

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Baby Jose, as he was quickly named, settled right in with his nannies and soon became the ultimate charmer. Read more.

Welcome Back, Alan!

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Here he comes again!  Previously, Alan had lived with a family in our Shantou foster care program but due to unforeseen circumstances, he had to return to the orphanage for some time.  Now sweet Alan is back in foster care, and we couldn’t be happier! Alan was featured in our LWB blog last winter (“Happy and Handsome Alan“) and since then, he has truly blossomed. Just imagine what he could do in a forever family — something for which four-year-old Alan has been waiting for several years. Read more.

Abigail: LWB’s Featured Child of the Week

In June LWB received a call about a baby girl who was just two weeks old, abandoned with a stubborn case of pneumonia and clear signs of a recent IV. We were able to move her to a hospital immediately, start up what we assume was a second course of antibiotics, and a few weeks later welcome her to LWB’s Heartbridge Healing Home.

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This sweet little peanut gained a pound and a half during her first month at Heartbridge, and she is obviously feeling much better. Read more.

Chandler’s Progress

Tiny Chandler was admitted to LWB’s Anhui Healing Home (AHH) in spring 2013 at just two weeks of age. Born with a multitude of heart defects, Chandler needed premium care to grow and gain enough strength to have heart surgery to give her a chance at healing. Fortunately, the trained nannies at AHH knew just how to make sure that Chandler got that special care.

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As the months went by, Chandler’s personality started to come through with sweet smiles, babbling, and giggles. Read more.

Lovely Lora

Lora is an outgoing, fun-loving toddler who joined LWB’s Qiandongnan Foster Care Program in Guizhou province early this year. Just six months later, Lora decided that cruising the furniture is not enough for her; stepping out and walking where she wants is more her style.

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And style she has! Recent photos show she knows how to rock a pair of sunglasses and pigtails too. Read more.

Christopher: LWB’s Featured Child of the Week

LWB’s Foster Care Program has recently opened a new location in Lanzhou, Gansu Province, and we would like to introduce you to one of our newest recruits: ten-month-old Christopher.

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Described as cheerful and lively by his foster family, he loves to crawl around and is learning how to pull himself up to stand. Soon he will be taking those first tottering steps, cruising around the furniture, and stepping out to a claim the independence of a toddler. Read more.

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