Sweet, quiet, and lovely. These words are often used to describe five-year-old Robin from our foster care program in Guizhou. Each month, we enjoy seeing the happiness that exudes from her face in photos!
Robin spends much of her time with her two-year-old foster brother, Clyde. Though Robin and Clyde are not biologically related, they both have been diagnosed with Apert Syndrome, a genetic disorder which causes premature fusing of the skull bones and fusing of the fingers and toes. Since the seams between the skull bones close earlier than normal, the shape of the head and face can be impacted. If these photos are any indication, these foster siblings have the best time together!
Although Robin’s hands are not quite like everyone else’s, she has become very good at using them to eat, open and lock doors, and turn lights on and off.
Robin’s foster mother tells us that Robin enjoys fetching things and helping around the house.
Robin is said to have a sweet tooth and looks forward to getting candy from our manager when she comes to visit.
This girl with the sweet tooth and sweet heart deserves a family to call her own! Please help us spread the news that Robin is still waiting.
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