Three Boys, Three Personalities
In the interest of adoption, LWB Community will be profiling some waiting children whose orphanages have asked for help in finding families for them. However, we do want to be clear that these children are not in LWB programs.
Nancy Williams, an LWB volunteer, recently shared photos with us of three boys with three very different personalities whom she met this past summer. Some assistance projects were done at their orphanage, and we would like to spread the word that these three boys are waiting for families. Here is what Nancy wrote about meeting the boys, whom we have to come to call “The Gaozhou Boys”:
This summer on a homeland tour, we were able to visit Gaozhou SWI. While there, we met three boys who are on the shared list and got a chance to interact with them a little. Bryson, at 4 1/2, was the quietest of the three. He didn’t seem to want to have anything to do with the loud room of visitors, yet seemed to be a favorite of the SWI Director. He was featured on our blog last March in “Bryson’s Debut“.
Ryder, seen in the photos below, was quite the opposite. He is seven years old and actively joined in with the balloon fun with the three visiting nine-year-old girls originally from Gaozhou.
Little Grayson, age two, was the one with the sweetest smile. He had recently gained enough strength in his legs to walk independently and seemed to be delighting in stepping this way and that as he shared his smiles with each of the visitors.
If you or someone your know is interested in learning more about any of the three “Gaozhou Boys,” please contact us at [email protected].
Love Without Boundaries proudly advocates for adoption but is not an adoption agency. We invite you to contact [email protected] with questions about a child we have featured and encourage you to contact your local adoption agency for more information about China’s Waiting Child Program.