Birthday Boy Peter
When little Peter was ten months old, he moved into our foster care program in Changzhi. This week, Peter is celebrating a birthday and turns four years old. What a perfect time to celebrate his accomplishments!
As you can see, Peter has big bright eyes and a smile that lights up the room.
Even as a baby, Peter was very active. He kicked his legs as if he were ready to go. At 14 months old, he was cruising around the furniture. At 20 months old, he was walking on his own.
Now, Peter loves kicking and throwing the ball and running around the courtyard.
He is said to be sociable and considerate, and if his foster mother asks him to do something he does what she asked. He likes work and physical activity and anticipates the needs of others.
If his little foster brother makes a mess, Peter often gets the mop to help clean it up. Nothing stops him! His foster mom tells us that he is kind to his little foster brothers, sharing his snack with them.
Peter is quite a card! He is described as having a good sense of humor and imitates adults well. Every time he sees his foster dad playing Chinese Chess, he takes the pieces his father won and places them on another table and pretends to play himself saying “check”.
Most of all, Peter is a “foodie”. He knows where the snacks are and loves delicious treats. During Spring Festival, relatives came to visit, and his foster family had prepared many delicious dishes for a feast. Peter welcomed all the guests and then made sure to sample the food himself. Legend has it that he ate 30 dumplings in one meal, which gave him a legendary stomach ache.
Active, adorable Peter has been in the same loving foster family for over three years. We were so happy to see that his adoption paperwork has been completed, and Peter is now on a waiting child list with an adoption agency!
Please help find this adorable, active happy little boy a forever family.
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