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Waiting Girls of 2016

Both November and National Adoption Month are now over and the crazy month of December has arrived. But the end of 2016 makes us even more determined to feature some beautiful waiting girls in our programs in the hope that their forever families see their photos and fall head over heels in love!

niamh-9-16Niamh, 11 years old (Dingyuan foster care)
$10,000 Older Child Grant from Reece’s Rainbow available

lilah-10-16Lilah, age 11 (Lanzhou foster care)

Ruth, 11 years old (Dingyuan foster care)

elin-8-16Elin, 10 years old (Dingyuan foster care)

diane-artDiane, age 10 (Believe in Me Qingyang school)
$10,000 Older Child Grant from Reece’s Rainbow available

karli-5-16Karli, age 10 (Believe in Me Qingyang school)

Diana, age 9 (Sanmenxia foster care)

willow-11-16Willow, age 9 (Qiandongnan foster care)

 Lyn, age 8 (Xiaoxian foster care)

Jane, age 7 (Believe in Me Qingyang school) 

Robin, age 6 (Qiandongnan foster care)

tulip-10-16Tulip, age 5 (Believe in Me Huainan school)

Like most children waiting for adoption in China, each of these gorgeous girls has a special need. A forever family would be able to provide not only love and security but also access to education and medical care not available to these girls in the country of their birth.

Sadly, the fact that these girls are all over five years old makes it less likely that they will be chosen by a family. Older child adoption comes with certain challenges to be sure — but we believe that every child deserves to know what it is like to be part of a forever family!

Our Adoption Advocacy Team would love to provide more information on these girls who are waiting to become someone’s cherished forever daughter. Even if you are unable to adopt at this time, please share this blog to help spread the word that these precious girls are ready and waiting for adoption!

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 adoption agency for more information about China’s Waiting Child Program.

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