ID: Bethany, girl, Osteogenesis Imperfecta
$5,000 Grant!! This is an international adoption. Bethany is a precious Asian 4 year old girl with Osteogenesis Imperfecta otherwise known as Brittle Bones. She is extremely smart and apparently is advanced for her age. Despite being in an orphanage, she is getting pamidronate which is currently the best medication to treat OI. Now that she has received this treatment, she is feeling much better and her bones are quite a bit stronger. Bethany is a child with personality plus. This smiling girl loves to interact with people and is very communicative. She has terrific fine motor skills. We have a great video of Bethany available for interested families to see. In order to have a chance to grow up and lead a productive, happy life, she needs to be adopted and the sooner the better! There is a $5,000 grant towards the cost of her adoption. Bethany is in a region that will only work with married couples. If you would like more information on how to make this cutie part of your family forever, please contact Kids To Adopt by email at email@example.com or by phone at 360-695-1704.
ID: Cheyenne, girl, spastic Paraparesis
$5,000 Grant!! This is an international adoption. This little girl was born at 34 weeks. She was born in October of 2009. She has a diagnosis of lower spastic paraparesis. She has a background of retinopathy with some retinal vascular changes. In her photo, her left eye looks different than the right eye. It is more open which makes it look bigger. We do not know the level of her retinopathy and the region will not give us more information than we already have. Cheyenne is being placed as a special needs child. Her full medical will be given to the adoptive family at the time of official referral. This is a new region so we need a family with a pioneering spirit! There is a $5,000 grant towards the cost of her adoption. If you are interested in more information about Cheyenne, please contact Kids To Adopt by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 360-695-1704.
ID: Dotty, girl, cerebral Palsy
This is an international adoption. Dotty has blonde hair and big beautiful blue eyes. She was born in the Summer of 2008. She was born prematurely to a very young mother weighing just over 900 grams. She did receive some prenatal care. This precious little girl, as a result of her prematurity, has Cerebral Palsy in her legs. She can move her legs but at she can't walk on them at this time. She has received a few botox treatments. She has not had casting or bracing done. This will pretty much make the botox ineffective. They have not continued the botox at this time. They do massage her legs. She has adapted well and can motor around the orphanage by crawling with her arms. As of March of 2011, Dotty weighed 9.6 kilograms and was 83 cm tall. Dotty is very communicative. She can understand what is said to her and follows instructions. She likes to play with toys and can move them from hand to hand. She can clap her hands. Her caregivers have nothing but wonderful things to say about Dotty and how smart she is. She is happy girl who is attached to her caregivers. Dotty needs some assistance to eat with a spoon and drink from a cup but she can feed herself finger foods such as cakes and bread. They are concerned that she has no future where she is and they hope she gets a family so that she can achieve great things in life! For more information about Dotty, please contact Kids To Adopt by email at email@example.com or by phone at 360-695-1704.
ID: Hailey, girl, Heart Issue
This is an international adoption. Hailey is all smiles! She was born in October of 2009. Hailey was born very prematurely at approximately 26 weeks weighing just 2.2 pounds.Hailey may have some retinopathy of prematurity and may have some partial atrophy of the optical nerves but they are unsure due to Hailey's young age. She does have some heart issues but seems to be doing fine at this point. As of January 2011 she weighed 17 pounds and was 69 cm tall. Hailey is a happy baby girl with brown hair and a grin that lights up the room. She is being placed as a special needs child. If you would like more information about Hailey and how to make her a part of your family, please contact Kids To Adopt by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 360-695-1704.
ID: Ryan, Boy, cleft lip & palate
This is an international adoption. Ryan is a precious blonde haired little guy who had a bumpy start in life. He was born in February of 2009. Ryan is happy that he has had his surgery and is now able to eat real food. He is also starting to learn to talk. Ryan loves to play with toys and interact with the other kids and the caregivers. Developmentally he is progressing. Ryan was born with a heart defect, interventricular septum defect, and cleft lip/palate. The heart defect has been successfully repaired. His cleft lip/palate has been repaired but will likely need more surgery. As of March he weighed 13.4 pounds and was 72 cm tall. He is toddling around now and ready to toddle out the door and home to his new family! For more information on how to make Ryan a part of your family, contact Kids To Adopt by email at email@example.com or by phone at 360-695-1704
ID: Suzie, girl, corneal opacity
Suzie was born in the spring of 2005. She was the first pregnancy for her mother. At birth she weighed 5.9 pounds. She stayed with her biological family until November of 2009 but unfortunately, never received treatment for her eye condition. Suzie is very independent and she loves working with her tutors. Her speech is well developed for her age. Even at the age of five months, the doctors suspected Glaucoma or corneal opacity. Her official diagnosis is congenital eye developmental anomaly and corneal opacity, OU. We are not sure the extent of her vision issue but they did tell us that she must see something because she never falls and trips over objects and can navigate her way around the orphanage. She is otherwise considered healthy. They do believe it is possible she was exposed to TB in her biological family because of a 12mm Mantoux reaction. She has no symptoms but they are giving her a course of medication anyway. Suzie really wants to have a family and a chance to grow up with the love and care she needs to reach her fullest potential. She has a bleak future where she is living now. With the technology available here in the United States, the sky is the limit for this little girl. There is a $7500 grant to assist with the cost of her adoption! If you would like more information on how to make Suzie a part of your family, please contact Kids To Adopt by phone at 360-695-1704 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ID: Timothy, boy, chronic pyelonephritis
$5,000 Grant. This is an international adoption. Timothy was born in January of 2005. He is very small for his age at the age of 4 he was 33 inches tall and weighed a little less than 20 pounds. His impish smile and huge ears endear all those who see him. He has syndactyly of two toes on his right foot and is missing a toe on his left foot. He has a diagnosis of chronic pyelonephritis with chronic renal insufficiency. Timothy needs a dedicated family who is willing to get him the medical care he needs, especially for his kidneys, so that he will start to grow and thrive. Special Needs Fees Apply. For more information about how to make Timothy a part of your family, please contact Kids To Adopt by email at email@example.com or by phone at 360-695-1704.
ID: Vincent, boy, cleft lip/ palate
$5,000 GRANT.This is an international adoption. Vincent is a precious Asian little boy who was born in the spring of 2009. He has cleft lip/palate and still needs surgery. Otherwise he is considered to be healthy. He is described by all who meet him as a wonderful child who is emotionally developing normally. We just received updated photos for the New Year and he is cute as ever! Vincent really needs surgery so we are looking for a family who is motivated to complete an adoption quickly. He is being placed as a special needs child. Both married couples and singles may apply to adopt Vincent. This is an international adoption and the complete medical report will be given at the time of official referral by the central authority. There is a $5,000 grant available to assist with the cost of his adoption. This grant is for Vincent only. For more information about how to make Vincent a part of your forever family, please contact Kids To Adopt by email at
firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 360-695-1704.
If anyone wants info on the agency itself, please feel free to contact me. These are the same kids that are posted on Rainbow Kids. It's a wonderful website & free to sign up to receive emails and view the children. As you all know, pictures are not allowed of kids from certain countries. However, once you contact the agency, you'll be able to learn how to view photos of the children that are mentioned above. And you never know, maybe one of those angels is your future son or daughter! Feel free to speak with Katie and she'll give you all the further info you need. Thanks a bunch!