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Daniel CAN Do It!

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Don’t let what you CANNOT do interfere with what you CAN do.
~ John Wooden (American basketball player and coach)

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Daniel is a six year old boy who is waiting for a family of his own!  At the moment, he is thriving in our foster care program in Henan province. Our team of volunteers who met him last fall fell hard for this little guy and his fun and affectionate personality!  (To read our previous blog on Daniel, click here).

Daniel has been working hard the past few months at school. He loves going to school because he enjoys the social aspect of being with his peers. He told our foster care manager that he also enjoys going to school to learn Chinese characters so he can understand his books better. Daniel was generously gifted with books as a gift for Chinese New Year, and he has been hooked on reading ever since! Daniel most recently has been reading Pinocchio. daniel feb

Daniel has experienced many firsts recently, including his first time sitting on a motorcycle! He was understandably thrilled with this experience.

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Under the careful guidance of his foster parents, Daniel has been learning many life skills such as tying his shoes and brushing his teeth. Every time he masters a new skill, he wants to learn another.

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We are ever hopeful that a family will see all of the wonderful things Daniel can do and give him all the love and support that he needs to be all he can be!

Daniel is a waiting child through CCCWA’s Special Needs adoption program, and currently his paperwork is waiting to be matched with a family.  If you would like more information about Daniel, we encourage you to contact our Adoption Advocacy Team at adoption@lwbmail.com.  Thank you for sharing this adorable boy and his story!

Love Without Boundaries proudly advocates for adoption but is not an adoption agency. We invite you to contact adoption@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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