Vivian Needs a Family
Happy 5th Birthday, Vivian! Born five years ago on February 20, Vivian came into care at just two days old — a weak and premature baby, cold to the touch. My, how times have changed! Now, Vivian is described as an active girl who likes playing on the slide and dancing.
Vivian had surgery when she was a year old to correct a heart defect (coarctation of the aorta). She may need additional surgery or other intervention for her heart in the future, but her condition is reportedly treatable. Her left kidney was also removed when she was six months old, but her right kidney seems to be healthy.
Little Vivian attends school, where she participates in class and answers questions loudly and confidently. Her speech is delayed, but she can speak in brief sentences and expresses her needs in daily life using both words and gestures. This sweet girl gets along well with others and smiles often.
Vivian’s file was just recently prepared for international adoption—now she finally has the opportunity to come home to a family of her own! Could your family be the one Vivian is waiting for?
For more information contact, our China child match coordinator, Jessica Zeeb, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A $3000 Special Blessings grant is available to help cover fees for Vivian to join a family through adoption.