Tag Archives: Loudi

Kayla: LWB’s Featured Child of the Week

This summer, we welcomed darling Kayla to our foster care program in Loudi.  Kayla is 19 months old and has Down Syndrome. Since joining her foster family in June, Kayla has made incredible progress! Read more.

Twenty Adoptions from Foster Care

Because we believe so strongly that every child born deserves a permanent family of his or her own, we of course celebrate each and every time a child in one of our programs is adopted. We just had to share the wonderful news that since the beginning of 2016, twenty children from our foster care program have been adopted, both internationally and domestically!


We wish a fond farewell to seven boys and thirteen girls who are now precious sons or daughters. Read more.

Henry: One Happy Boy!

Henry just oozes joy!

Henry 5.14

This darling boy from our Loudi foster care program with the indomitable spirit is such a little love. Henry just celebrated his third birthday and is described as optimistic, friendly, obedient, and very happy! Read more.

Hugs for Henry

Henry smiling

Henry is a handsome two-year-old boy who has been a part of our Loudi foster care program for a little over a year. Although his needs are complex, Henry has the most beautiful smile and is so full of joy! Read more.

Luke: LWB’s Featured Child of the Week

Eight-month-old Luke, who has Down Syndrome, entered LWB’s Loudi Foster Care program in Hunan province at the beginning of this month.


Although he had a full head of hair, Luke recently had to get a hair cut in anticipation of the hot summer ahead. Read more.

A Visit To Our Foster Care Programs in China

Last month three LWB program directors visited some of our foster care programs in Anhui, Hunan, and Fujian Provinces. All the children were given individual gifts, and each child was also presented with a warm winter coat. A tremendous outpouring of support for our recent Coats for Kids project provided winter coats for children in all of our foster care programs, which were very much appreciated by the children and their families.

Will and LWB Healing Homes Director, Julie Flynn Coleman

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Seamus, a Tiny Bundle of Cheer

These rosy cheeks tell a story of cheer, happiness, and warmth!

Seamus, previously featured on our blog in “Seamus’ Smile,” is keeping toasty through this Hunan winter all bundled in his two sweaters, a thick coat, a pair of sweater pants, a pair of over trousers, socks, and cotton shoes. As warm as he must be, he seems happy as ever! Read more.

Counting Down Our Top Ten Photos of 2011: Smiley in Foster Care

Coming in at number one for 2011 is this adorable photo of little Alisha, grinning for the camera with her foster mom. Alisha is part of our Loudi foster care program, and every report describes her as social baby who is outgoing and loving.

Alisha goes shopping with her foster mom almost every morning, and she is always so happy to meet neighbors and greet them with a smile. We loved hearing that she is “especially enthusiastic” when she sees other children! We are so happy that sweet Alisha has now been chosen for adoption. Read more.

Hoping for A Family for Julian

Julian knows joy. He loves his ball. He delights in playing with other children. He enthusiastically embraces a good picture book. He relishes a good meal. He thrills at being helpful. He overflows with happiness when praised for a job well done. Yes, Julian knows joy. But he doesn’t know the deep love of a permanent, adoptive family.

Julian, now four years old, has been on the shared list for a long time. You’ve met him on this blog several times (“Julian’s Joy,” “Julian’s High Jinks,” and “Julian: Almost Four.”) At the time his file was submitted, he didn’t even walk yet! Now he runs. When the file was prepared, he didn’t speak at all. He’s still a man of few words, but he does call those in his foster family by name.
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Seamus’ Smile

“Although he cannot see, he uses his heart to see the world.”

These beautiful words were written by the monitor at LWB’s Loudi foster care home where two and a half-year-old Seamus lives.  Seamus was born prematurely and without eyeballs.  It was later discovered that he has a significant hearing loss in one of his ears.  Despite these challenges, Seamus just exudes pure joy.  He is small in stature but delights whomever he encounters.  Our monitor describes him as a lovely, joyful, and obedient little boy. Seamus’ file is currently available on the shared list, and we look forward to some very special family finding this very special boy and calling him their own.  Now THAT is worth smiling about!
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