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Tickle Me Evan

Adorable Evan was born in December of 2009, and he is quite the little fighter! Evan was born with a heart condition, and you can see in the photo below that although he was a bit blue before his surgery, he was quite capable of stealing hearts. We’re hoping that these photos just might steal the hearts of his future parents!

“Okay Mom and Dad — I’m very happy here at Heartbridge, but I know we would have so much fun together. Please come and get me soon!”

Evan’s heart condition has not stopped him from growing and developing into a precious little boy. He is such a sweetheart!  He smiles easily, is very alert, and greatly enjoys interacting with his care providers at LWB’s Heartbridge Pediatric Healing Unit. Evan absolutely loves to be talked to and stroked. He is happy when tickled and will let out a hearty giggle.

“A game of peek-a-boo?”

“Uh oh…here comes that tickling hand again. I love to laugh!”

Evan has consistently been described as having an easygoing personality. He has formed a close bond with his nanny and lets her know of his displeasure when she holds another baby within his view. He wants her all to himself! Like many babies nearing one-year old, Evan likes to suck on his fingers, hold his toys and reach for objects. He turns his head towards voices and looks around without any head lag. In addition, he can roll over. Evan is quite content lounging in his rocker and watching television.

Evan’s doctors have decided that it would be best for him to be adopted and receive his next surgery after he arrives in his new home abroad. If you would like more information on Evan’s personality, history and heart condition, please do not hesitate to contact us at adoptionassistance@lwbmail.com.

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

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