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Big News for Julian

We have some very exciting news about Julian, from LWB’s Hunan Foster Care Program: He now has an adoption grant of over $5,000 available on Reece’s Rainbow!  (He can be seen on Reece’s Rainbow under the name, “Jimmy“). You might remember six-year-old Julian, who has Down Syndrome, from our blog in February, and also here: Julian, Full of Love.

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Julian seems to be a really happy boy and is very much a part of his foster family. He has a foster brother and neighbors he loves to play with, and he is especially close to his foster mother. Just look at those cute little dimples when he smiles!

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He is described as an active, smart, and friendly little boy. His foster mom often describes him as “optimistic.”  Julian loves to eat and can feed himself.  He is also potty trained.

We loved a sweet story we heard about Julian this month: In Julian’s building, there is an elderly gentleman who has difficulty with his legs; so the man spends most of his time in a wheelchair. He and Julian have become good friends.

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Julian likes to wheel his friend in the corridor.

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This kind-hearted man teaches Julian many things about life, and while pushing the wheelchair Julian works on hand-eye coordination, problem-solving skills, and gets great exercise!

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Julian is still waiting for his forever family to find  him.  Please contact our Adoption Assistance Team if you would like to learn more about this special young boy.

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We’ll leave you today with a lovely quote from a mother of two children with Down’s Syndrome: “Parents of kids with special needs don’t see a disability when they look at their kids. Instead, they see the most precious and wonderful blessing of their lives. They see their child.”  ~Eliana Tardio

We look forward to hearing that a family sees “their child” in Julian.

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 adoption agency for more information about China’s Waiting Child Program.

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