Logan needs a family!

Logan needs a family!

Logan is an energetic and curious 8-year-old boy who enjoys music and has a gift for dancing.

He came into care at birth and is diagnosed as positive for CMG IgG and negative for CMV IgM. He also has a curved right arm due to an injury that didn’t heal properly, but that doesn’t slow him down!

Sociable and friendly, Logan would rather play with his friends than by himself and loves to be snuggled and show affection.

Logan is delayed academically and currently studies at kindergarten level in his care center. But he works hard on his schoolwork and loves naming his colors and animals, including dog, duck, cat and horse.

In his free time Logan loves to watch TV and play with blocks. At snack time he especially likes sweets and stir-fried noodles.

Logan needs a family!

An experienced family of Catholic faith with excellent resources and understanding of older child adoption – and one with lots of snuggles and love to give – would be the best for Logan.

Could you or someone you know be the right family for Logan? Please contact Kristen Henry at kristenh@holtinternational.org.

Quinton needs a family!

Quinton needs a family!

Quinton is an easygoing and polite 8-year-old boy who will start the third grade next year. At school, Quinton works hard and loves to help others without being asked.

Quinton’s motor skills are on target, and he can dress himself, comb his hair and tie his shoes. In his free time, he loves to hang out with his friends and watch cartoons on TV – especially Superman. Quinton enjoys all kinds of food, but his favorites are fried chicken and fried eggs.

Quinton needs a family!

Experienced parents of Catholic faith who are open to unknowns and have a good understanding of older child adoption would be best for Quinton.

Could you or someone you know be the right family for Quinton? Please contact Kristen Henry at kristenh@holtinternational.org.

Archer Needs a Family!

Archer is an easygoing and active 11-year-old who is well liked by everyone. He came into care when he was a little over a year old.

Archer is currently in the fifth grade and attends public school, where he studies math, Chinese, English, art and PE. He particularly enjoys Chinese class and PE. He also has a very good memory and can recite poetry. Archer likes to help others, and gets along with his teachers and classmates. He is doing very well in school and can do addition and subtraction problems in his head. Check out the video!

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Alcohol Exposure: What Does it Mean?

Exposure to alcohol. This may be the most vague and full-of-unknowns special need you’ll come across in the profiles of children waiting to be adopted. It includes a vast array of outcomes, sometimes including no effects at all. However, many parents jump to an extreme when they first read “alcohol exposure” — thinking, “This must mean they have Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD).” Or, families nearly skip over it — thinking, “It’s so common… it must not be a big deal.” An informed approach to adopting a child with alcohol exposure lies somewhere in the middle: informed by research, supported by other families’ experiences, and always with the best interests of the child as the deciding factor.

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