It may be difficult to believe, but terrific 1 ½-year-old Terrell is described as “shy” by his foster parents.
Last month our foster care manager in Fuyang had this story to tell us after her visit to see Terrell and his foster family. The day before the visit, Terrell went shopping with his foster mother. While they were out Terrell spied another child with a very fun stroller. His foster mother could tell in his eyes that he was coveting this stroller. He seemed to like it so much that she couldn’t leave without buying it for him.
What a happy little boy Terrell was! Even though he has learned to walk with the help of his mother’s hand, he will definitely enjoy scooting around in this stroller when he is tired of practicing walking. Terrell loves to be outside and is quite active, so this stroller is perfect for him.
Terrell’s special needs include Myelodysplastic Syndrome (MDS). You can read more about this condition here. He is available for adoption now.
Wouldn’t it be terrific if Terrell were to be matched with a family of his own soon? We think so!
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