"Hmm, I thought I add our family here but I guess I didn't. Our daughter has been home from China about a 1 1/2 years and is 3 1/2. She was originally diagnoised with an arachnoid brain cyst but it was later determined she had a stroke while in…"
"We also adopted through the China special needs program. We were logged-in in the non-special needs program for a little over a year before my husband was comfortable with "special needs". I being a nurse was more than comfortable with…"
Commonly called "special needs", children who have a medical diagnosis attached are often over looked by adopting couples. To know them is to truly love them! Share your experience with these remarkable kids!See More
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We met Lia on December 10, 2007 in Yunnan China. She is an amazing little girl who has suffered a stroke while in her 1st moms womb. She has mild CP, epilepsy, sensory issues, and apraxia of speech. She has come so far in such a short time. She is the light of our lives.
We are in the process of adopting a 6 1/2 yr old little boy from Chongqing China who we will name Evan. He is deaf and has a repair cleft palate. We are hitting road blocks in our paperchase and are praying that our approvals come within normal time frames.