He was abandoned at Christmas last year, but for this Christmas, let’s get him a family!
Ezekiel is six years old, and at age five, just three days before Christmas last year (2013), he was abandoned in Xiamen, China. Despite the loss of his family, he is so incredibly sweet, and kindhearted. He has a very gentle spirit. His report actually reads that he has found favor with his caretakers, something I have not ever read before to my knowledge. What a precious little boy…He is well spoken and his caretakers said he likes to tell stories.
Ezekiel has the special need of cerebral palsy, and is now walking with the assistance of a walker, and he is in rehab now to help. When he tires, he is in a wheel chair. Our hope is that he will be able to walk with more help.
And now meet Isaiah:
Sweet Isaiah is from Xiamen, China and turned two in August. He is a darling little boy who is living in foster care currently in Longyan. His special need is that he has low muscle tone and his eyes do not quite track together but his vision seems okay.
He has now learned to crawl! See the VIDEO HERE. Isaiah has a very sweet smile. He was abandoned in Xiamen at eight months old. When he was admitted he was put in to the special care unit and then went to foster care. He enjoys walks in the sunshine and being held; his personality is described as introverted. Isaiah is currently learning how to sit with a rehab chair, he also can roll over. He is a good natured, sweet, little boy.
Our China Director, Tiffany, has met both of these boys a couple of times and would love to answer questions from families considering moving forward with either of these children. Please contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For either adoption there is a possibility of an exception to adopting out of birth order on a case-by-case basis. Also, families will be eligible for a grant of up to $5,000 toward their adoption.
Thank you all for your prayers and consideration of these two precious boys. If you have any questions on eligibility or the process to adopt in China please contact Julie at email@example.com or Lindsay at firstname.lastname@example.org.