This little cutie’s name is Anthony! Anthony will be turning 2 years old this December. His official diagnosis is listed as William’s Syndrome, which is a genetic condition that was present at birth. He also has a congenital heart defect and a urogenital need that was treated with surgery. His caregivers say that he is a very happy kiddo who loves to play with his nannies and peers. He is able to stand with assistance, and loves to dance back and forth to music! He was not speaking in sentences at the time his file was prepared last December, but he was able to say “mama” he laugh along with caregivers as they speak to him. He is an adorable little guy who would thrive with the love of a family. Please reach out to Great Wall if you would like to learn more!
Bailey is an adorable little girl from China that is 1 and a half years old. Bailey is described by her caretakers as being generally healthy, but she has limb motor development delays, mainly in her legs, and she is a little behind her peers cognitively. Bailey is very outgoing and happy when she is with her nannies and her physical therapists. She will cheer or clap when she sees her favorite food. She understands her nannies facial expressions and she can tell when someone is in a good or bad mood. She knows the differences between strangers and familiar people.
Bailey is able to sit up by herself and she is able to roll over, but she is not yet able to crawl or stand by herself. The motor function of her lower limbs is weaker than some of her peers. Bailey is babbling and mimics simple pronunciations like “ba ba” or “ay yi.” She understands kissing and she like kiss her toy duck. She is a giggly little girl and she laughs when you play with her.
One of our GWCA staff members met Bailey when she visited China earlier this year and she would be happy to speak with any interested families about Bailey!
You can contact the China Home Finding Team at Great Wall if you would like to learn more about adopting Bailey. We hope we are able to find Bailey her Forever Family soon!
Margo is a wonderful little girl from China that just recently turned 5 years old. Margo was born with a meningocele, but it was removed surgically when she was little. Margo cannot walk but she can stand up by holding on to things, she can get up and down stairs and she can get around by riding on a scooter. Margo lives with a foster family and they say she is healthy and has a bright and sunny disposition. Margo is described by her foster family as having excellent cognitive ability and that she is very clever. Her verbal ability is very strong and she can speak multi-word sentences and she is asking “what” and “how” questions. She likes to say “hello” to familiar people when they come into a room.
Margo likes listening to music and playing hide and seek. Her foster family say that she is very adored and that she gets along well with other children. She will sometimes run up to you will giggles and smiles! Margo does have incontenance issues due to her menegocele surgery.
You can contact the China Home Finding Team at Great Wall if you would like to learn more about adopting Margo. We hope we are able to find Margo her Forever Family soon!
Scarlett is a precious little girl from China that just recently turned 7 years old. Scarlett has a condition called osteogenesis imperfecta which means that her bones are more fragile than most peoples. Scarlett also has clubbed feet and some joint stiffness in her knees. Scarlett can pick up items with her fingers though, she can unbutton buttons, take off her own clothes, and turn pages in a book one by one. Scarlett can also stand up on her own when she is holding on to something. She tends to be more introverted and shy, especially around strangers. Scarlett is just like any other kiddo when it comes to playing though. She loves to play with toys and with her friends. Scarlett gets along well with others and she is able to verbally communicate with her peers and adults, though her language is a bit delayed. Scarlett can clap her hands, blow a kiss goodbye and she can point to things she wants and her caretakers will bring them to her. At this time Scarlett cannot control her defecation or urination, so she does wear diapers.
You can contact the China Home Finding Team at Great Wall if you would like to learn more about adopting Scarlett. We hope we are able to find Scarlett her Forever Family soon!
Willa is a precious little girl from China that just recently turned 6 years old. Willa appears to be physically is healthy but she is developmentally delayed in some areas. Willa did not come into the orphanage until she was 4 years old, so it took her a while to adjust to living in an orphanage setting. Willa is more introverted and shy and enjoys listening to music and watching television. She doesn’t like to talk a lot but she can speak and understands what other people are saying to her. Willa can speak 5-10 word sentences. Willa can follow simple instructions and is cooperative when doing activities in class. Will enjoys playing outside and participating in games with the help of her teachers.
There are some indicators in Willa’s file that she might be on the autism spectrum, however that is not directly stated anywhere in the file. Many of her delays could potentially be due to the fact that she was abandoned at an older age and that she is still very sad about losing her family and that she has never fully adjusted to living in the orphanage. She could be struggle to connect to others because she still thinks her birth family might be coming back for her, even though they are not. It is hard to say for certain, but this little girl is clearly in need of a loving Forever Family that will make her feel safe and secure in the knowledge that they will never leave her or forsake her.
You can contact the China Home Finding Team at Great Wall if you would like to learn more about adopting Willa. We hope we are able to find Willa her Forever Family soon!
Aiden is a sweet 6-year old kiddo in need of a forever home! He was diagnosed with microtia in his right ear and mild developmental delays, but overall he seems to be thriving with the consistent care of his nannies. His caretakers describe him as a playful kiddo who loves to play with other children. He loves to throw a ball back and forth with his nanny, and he is described as a very happy kiddo. His caretakers love him very much and are hopeful that he will find a family soon. If you’d like to learn more about Aiden, please reach out to Great Wall China Adoption for more information!
Malachi is a sweet little boy from China who just recently turned 4 years old. Malachi has something called amblyopia, which means he has weak vision in both eyes. It isn’t clear in his file if he is completely blind, but it does say that he needs help walking around, probably because he can’t see very well. Other than that, Malachi is in good physical condition and all of his limbs work well. Malachi has good language development, and he can express his thoughts well to both children and adults. Malachi speaks in 5-10 word sentences, he knows out to count 1-10 and he asks “how” and “why” questions. Malachi like to play with toys and enjoys going outside for walks. He is a little introverted and timid at times, especially around strangers. Malachi has good self-care skills such as dressing and undressing himself.
You can contact the China Home Finding Team at Great Wall if you would like to learn more about adopting Malachi. We hope we are able to find Malachi his Forever Family soon!
Fiona is a precious little one who is about to turn 3 years old! She was born with Down’s Syndrome and a heart defect known as a PFO. When she was 1 years old, she would sit up on her own, crawl and babble. At the age of 18 months she could stand up with a little support and was babbling and saying simple words. Fiona has been receiving rehabilitation services and she seems to be doing great! She is walking for longer distances while holding onto some support. Fiona is described as being compliant, cute and affectionate. Although her speech is slightly delayed, communication does not seem to be an obstacle for her. Contact one of our matching specialists today if you’d like to learn more about Fiona!
You can contact the China Home Finding Team at (512)323-9595 if you would like to learn more about adopting Fiona. We hope we are able to find Fiona her Forever Family soon!