Today I want to tell you about two little girls. Both of them are absolutely perfect and precious. Both of them also have Down’s Syndrome.
I’ll start with Amelia. She is two and a half years old. She loves to be snuggled and cuddled and is very adept at getting her point across when she wants to be held! When the Superkids team visited her orphanage this summer she was a little unhappy when she felt she was being ignored. She got one of the volunteers’ attention and was soon being held. Amelia made it pretty obvious how much she enjoyed it when she snuggled down and went off to sleep in the volunteer’s arms!
Amelia can walk with support. She can sit and crawl. She has a good appetite and is generally in good health. She loves looking at and talking to herself in the mirror. Doesn’t she sound sweet?
And then there is precious Charlotte. She is six years old. She loved interacting with the Superkids team! She had so much fun blowing bubbles and playing with balloons. She is very good at imitating. We would make a silly noise when throwing the balloon to her. She picked right up on that and made the noise every time she threw the balloon back!
Charlotte is able to speak in simple sentences. She likes to sing and dance and can also recite rhymes. She is a happy, healthy little girl who thrives on routine. She is toilet trained and is able to perform simple self-care activities. She can run and jump and stand on one foot. She feeds herself and especially enjoys eating rice. She just loved the iPad and plays a great game of balloon catch!
Charlotte is truly a special little girl whom the entire Superkids team loved. She is so full of joy that she is just waiting to share with her forever family.
Could either of these precious girls be your daughter? They are ready and waiting to give and receive a lifetime of love! For more information on either of these girls please contact Pat Marcus at email@example.com