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ADELINE, female, DOB 9/2010 SN cerebral palsy
CHI Partnership file, Special Focus Designation
There are children for whom the orphanage and agency partnerships are especially critical. These are the ones that exist in the periphery. They languish on registry lists for months, for years. Nobody seems to see them, hear them.
Children’s House International SAW Adeline. They really tried to SEE her. The words to describe her were, “happy, smiley, nice to everyone, engaged, focused, sweet, good.” Amazing, right? She can understand all that is being said to her. At one point in the video you see her slouching a bit and her aunties tell her to stand up straight and she does. She can speak 2 word sentences but her speech is slow and takes effort likely due to her cerebral palsy. She is like a tiny bird that has a heart to fly but not yet the physical ability.
When Adeline came in the room for review, her caregivers all said, “Everyone loves her”. They also share about her, “The child is introverted, if she fails she will cry but if given something to eat or praised for trying she will stop crying. Fond of listening to music, can do actions following the music. Sometimes she is afraid of darkness, sometimes the child is timid, shy, or quiet. She is fond of playing games, energetic, can share toys with other children, can adapt to the environment well, can communicate with working staff, when she wants something she will call mama, likes to practice to walk in her walker.”
CHI truly desires for you to take 3 minutes and SEE her. KNOW her. CHEER for her. That is all that any of us really wants, isn’t it?
BABINEAUX, female, DOB 2/2014 SN post-operative CHD
CHI Partnership file, Special Focus Designation
Babineaux very much likes to interact with her caregivers and is quick to try to try to get them to hold her. She had surgery on her heart when she was 10 months old. A cardiac review was done by Little Hearts on 10/14/2015 and a copy of that review is included in her file. An update and video have been requested and will be posted as soon as they are ready. Her reports further share, “She was only 4 months old when she first came to baby class of this institute, short and thin. Under the delicate care of caretakers, she gradually grows up, has fair skin and very cute.
She could turn over, giggles when caretaker help her to take on clothes, she likes watching TV, often stare at the TV lying on abdomen and be concentrated, she has grows up, she is smart, would stare at caretaker when see her, giggles when being teased.
She would lift her head to look at caretaker when being called, cry if being ignored. Caretaker likes giving her massage on limbs, she is cooperate every time. Every time caretaker walks by her, she would look at her, wants to be held, she would be happy when caretaker hold her and tease her.
She likes taking bath, would be happy when taking bath, she eats well, can wat some yolk and drink juice.
She is a pretty and lovely girl, we sincerely hope she can be adopted soon, have a happy family and parents who love her in which she could grows healthily and happily. March 30, 2015”
BOUDREAUX, male, DOB 11/2013 SN postoperative right diaphragmatic eventration, external hydrocephalus
CHI Partnership file, Special Focus Designation
Boudreaux likes to move….jump up and down in the baby walker, kick his legs, stand up, and walk a bit. He has a hearty appetite and relishes meal time. He is also a thumb sucker who will sleep deeply through the night. When he was 11 months old he had surgery on his right diaphragm. At that time it was also noted that he has external hydrocephalus. Updated information and video have been requested and will be posted as soon as it arrives. Currently, he lives in a foster family where he is reported to get delicate care.
Boudreaux’s reports further share, “He is gradually growing up, has big eyes and round face, we all like him.
Boudreaux is obedient while having meals, plays with other kids after he is full. He has meals most quickly among kids, he would eat up from half a bowl at first to a bowl (sometimes one and half bowls), happy after eating up. He is obedient while sleeping, could sleep though whole night, likes sucking right thumb, can call mum after waking up.
Boudreaux likes doing sports, likes jumping, often jumps happily on jumping equipment and giggles, and kicks his legs on caretaker’s laps. He is learning to walk against the wall, but his legs are weak. He could support himself for a short time, so he needs to take rest after standing or walking for a while.
He is a smart and cute boy, we sincerely hope he can be adopted soon. March 30, 2015”
For more information on reviewing Boudreaux’s file, please contact our CHI China Specialist Nina Thompson at: email@example.com
BRIENZA, female, DOB 11/2010 SN delayed development, particularly in language, brain scan difference??
CHI Partnership file, Special Focus Designation
Brienza adores candy. Perhaps she likes it so much because it is as sweet as she is. Her caregivers describe her as sweet and this was the first thing the Children’s House International China Team noted when they met her in May 2015. Brienza also delights in moving her body as in dancing or gymnastic type activities. She is said to have a “sunshine smile” and it is clear to see that she does.
Brienza’s medical is said to conclude that she has “splenium dysplasia of callosum” but there is no brain scan or any other testing in the file to explain this diagnosis in more detail. Additional clarification has been requested. Brienza was admitted to her orphanage when she was about 3 months old. No birth records or family history is known.
Brienza’s caregivers were eager to share, “At the age of 6 months, when lying on stomach the child can raise up head; at the age of 9 months, the child can sit alone for a while; at the age of 14 months, the child can stand alone for a while, the child can get toys out from the drawer; at the age of 16 months, the child can stand straight with holding something; at the age of 20 months, when holding hands of adults, can imitate adults to act; at the age of 24 months, the child can walk alone.
With growing, the child began to receive special education in special zone. Under the patient teaching and direction of teachers, the child made development day by day. When the child began to babble, if you understand her meaning clearly, she will respond you with a sweat smile, she can raise up hands, and ask cuddle from you. Every time when you meet her, you will find that she has sunshine smile.
After she can walk steadily, she follows other children to go upstairs. She can hold the railing to walk upstairs by leaning to the right side. At the beginning, the child walks slowly, but she enjoys this progress, she can go upstairs and downstairs, she practice again and again.
The child is sensitive to music, she can shake her body with music, when listening to music the child is happy, she can listen to the music quietly until the music stops. If there is some music she does not like, she will leave at once. Now the child can do finger songs, she can recite simple poems.
The child is good at sports, although the child is young, her physical condition is good, for most actions once she sees she can do, and she can imitate to do. Such as: rolling over, at the beginning she can only do one, then slowly she can roll for several times, she can get the clapping; when praised she will praise herself as well.
The child is sensible, she can help teachers to pick up the rubbish on the ground, put toys in order, when you say thanks to her, she will respond you with a sweet smile. “
Video of the May 2015 visit can be found at this link:
CAMDAN, male, DOB 8/2013 SN post-operative CHD, cleft lip (perhaps palate as well)
THIS. CHILD. This child truly needs advocacy. Camdan sorely needs help as he struggles to grow. He was born with Tetrology of Fallot which was surgically repaired in November 2013. . It is also unclear if he has only a cleft lip or a cleft lip and palate but it is possible that he struggles to get the proper nutrition he needs with his cleft issues. He seems to have a weak immunity and often catch the illnesses that go around. He is in a rural foster home and his access to medical care is not clear. The following is video of wee Camdan at his home. Please watch him, cheer for him, advocate for him, and worry for him.
There are things we don’t know for sure with Camdan’s health but we do know that he is a fighter and is working really hard to keep up. He needs to get HOME.
CAPRIX, female, DOB 5/2013 SN post-operative CHD, decreased muscular tension
The word used most often in Caprix’s growth report is “giggles”. She giggles when she plays, she giggles when she gets to move, she giggles when she is happy. Being happy appears to be a part of her temperament. Caprix lives with a foster family now but likely lived with her birth family until she was estimated to be 10 months old. No information about her life before she entered the orphanage is known. In December 2014 Caprix had surgery to repair her heart. Updated video and information has been requested for Caprix and will be posted as soon as it arrives. There is not anything in her file that really explains her decreased muscular tension or how it affects her.
Caprix’s reports also share, “She suffers postoperative CHD, decreased muscular tension. She lives in foster family, in which she got delicate care from foster parents. She is very lovely, has a pair of pretty eyes, we all like her.
While playing on the mattress, Caprix can turn over and crawl, can pick up small toys with thumb and index fingers, can move around on the playroom mat. She giggles when she bang toys together, she likes hunting for thrown toys, she likes look in the toy basket. She is happy when caretakers change the diaper for her, she would move her body and giggles. She cries when they did not give her a bottle at meal time but stops crying when you give her the bottle. When she is finished eating she will throw the bottle. She likes taking bath, likes playing in the water while taking bath, giggles when happy.
She is a lovely girl, we sincerely hope she can be adopted soon, have a happy family and parents who love her in which she could grows healthily and happily. March 30, 2015”
The surgical summary from December 2014 states the following diagnosis:
Postoperative VSD and ASD: no shunts at atrial and ventricular level.
Normal systolic function of left heart;
CHELZEY, female, DOB 12/2011 SN paralysis of arms, knee joint difference
This. Child. Chelzey moved the Children’s House International China Team to tears when they met with her in May 2015. She has endless potential if she can find her a family in the US. RESILIENT, BRILLIANT, SPARKLING PERSONALITY. Surely there is a family for her? Her future in China will consist of living the remainder of her life in a Social Welfare Institute. She will never have the opportunity to be a fraction of the person she could be with a family. The world should mourn the loss of the impact she could have on it if she does not have a chance to participate in it.
Chelzey was thrilled to think that the video we were taking might help her. She eagerly asked, “Will my Mama see this?! Please show my Mama!” Everything is being done to find Chelzey’s mama so she can see her and recognize her as a missing member of their family.
Chelzey is in a wheelchair because she cannot use her arms. This throws her off balance and she has a difficult time walking. She has received physical and occupational therapy in her orphanage to help her use her feet. The video that Chelzey so hopes her Mama will see is found at the following link.
To review Chelzey’s full file, please contact our CHI China Specialist Nina Thompson at: firstname.lastname@example.org
“The child has a ready smile, the child is active and restless, once teachers or caretaker mothers passing them by, she can say hello with them happily. In lane we can listen to her happy laughter, and the child became optimistic, and the child became more and more active. “
CHEVEUX, male, DOB 3/2014 SN mild hypospadias, hearing loss
CHI Partnership file, Special Focus Designation
Cheveux has a personality that matches his incredible hair. It is sleek, unique and lots of fun. This happy little fellow is learning how to walk and is ready to take a journey. Current video shows his utterly endearing temperament. Take a minute to “take a walk” with him.
It has recently been noted that Cheveux has a hearing loss but the degree of loss is not known. He is reported to love to wiggle to music and to babble so it’s a bit confusing. We are hoping to get an ABR report to know more. He is described as “smart, clever, happy, and adaptable”
For more information on adopting Cheveux, please contact our CHI China Specialist Nina Thompson at: email@example.com
CLINTON, male, DOB 4/2007 SN post-operative hypospadias, hernia repair
Clinton wants to be a horseman. He wishes to ride fast and freely on horseback. However, he is scared of cows, and wishes not to be near them, so being a full cowboy might be out. Clinton was met by the Children’s House International China team in May 2015. He was outgoing, personable and quite expressive. He felt most comfortable with his friends. He surely loves his comrade’s and they him. The boys have grown up with each other in the orphanage and attend the public school together. Video of them can be found here.
Interestingly, Clinton really, truly enjoys doing physical labor type activities. Give him a mop and he is all over his classroom floor making it shine. He is developing and learning at the same pace as his school peers. Clinton is an all-around awesome, typical and entertaining boy.
Clinton’s caregivers share this about him, “He can take care of himself, and every evening the child can clean and wash his socks, the child can wash clothes, the child has the same intelligence development, language development and motor ability development as normal children.
He is extrovert, outgoing, warm-hearted, ready to help others, fond of making friends, can get along well with other classmates, adapts to new environments well, when others need his help, he will be the first one to help him, he is ready to share, and he likes to share his toys with others.
Now the child is studying in class 2, grade 2 in No.4 Experimental Primary School of our city, he can get along with his classmates, and to his classmates he is kind-hearted, kind, active, and to teachers he is obedient, ready to help other children love of labor, love sports, and he performs actively in the PE class, and the child performs excellent in running and rope-jumping, likes Chinese and math, and he usually gets the praise of teachers.”
CROIX, male, DOB 4/2011 SN post-operative talipes equinovarus (club feet)
CHI Partnership file, Special Focus Designation
Oh that Croix! His personality sounds as much fun as a joyous island get-a-way on a tropical beach under the brilliant sun. He even attends the Sunshine Class in his orphanage where he is said to work very hard on his physical therapy. He also lives with a foster family in the Love Home foster village on the grounds of the orphanage. The CHI China team is disappointed they were not able to meet him on their recent trip but updated video shows he is able to get around well and participate in his community!
Croix’s caregivers have many positive things to say about him. His reports share: “The baby is smart; can count from 1 to 20; can use sign language to show 1 to 10; likes to watch TV, cartoon and children’s TV program such as “Bear Haunt”; likes to play toys with siblings; is curious and likes to explore; when seeing new things, he will ask “What is it?”. Now he can speak many complete sentences such as “Mom, when my feet recover, take me to play!”.
The child is a smart and adorable little boy. We sincerely hope that he will soon be adopted and have a happy family and loving father and mother and he will grow up healthily and happily.”
DALTON, male, DOB 4/2008 SN post-operative cleft lip/palate, post-operative undescended testicle.
Dalton’s cat is patient and tolerant of a buoyant little boy’s juggling and kissing. Kudos to the good kitty. As is evident in the video, Dalton is playful, cheerful and outgoing for the camera.
Dalton is described as being “smart, active and docile; close to the caretaker and friendly to children in the same class”. He has started his first year at school. In 2011 he had surgery to repair his cleft lip/palate as well as an undescended testicle. Recovery has reportedly been good.
“In 2009, Dalton was sent to a foster family for better care. In this warm family, the child received love that he has longed for so long from mother and father. The family has provided good environment for his healthy growth. He gets used to this family soon; his mental development is a little poorer than children of his age; has self-care ability; needs other’s assistance when putting on clothes and washing up; poor language expression ability; likes to play games; likes to play ball and toy car; he enjoys his childhood just like other children. Now he goes to kindergarten near his foster family; he gets along well with other children in the kindergarten; the teacher in the kindergarten likes him very much and the foster family also likes him very much.”
DEVEREAUX, male, DOB 7/2014 SN post-operative biliary tract perforation, deformity of right thoracic wall; umbilical hernia; bilateral oblique inguinal hernia
Devereaux currently lives in a foster family and is reported to be getting delicate care there. He is eating a diet of simple supplementary food and he likes rice paste and is said to always eat large bites happily. He had surgery in September 2014 and is recovering well. Video for Devereaux has been requested and will be posted as soon as it arrives.
Devereaux’s reports share, “His physical quality is much better than before, becomes heavier and brighter. He has good studying ability, caretaker hold him and teach him clap hands, he would learn and giggles, clap his hands alone happily after a while and babbles.
He can’t yet crawl, but turns over freely, he is active on the mattress, turns his head when being called by the caretaker, laughs after finding her. He could sit for a while with hands held. When caretakers speak to him or play with him if he was crying, he would calm down gradually.
We sincerely hope he can be adopted soon and have a happy family. June 24, 2015”
DOMINEAUX, male, DOB 6/2014 SN hydrocephalus
Domineaux is an energetic young toddler who appears to be developing appropriately. When his reports were written he was barely 12 months old. An update and video has been requested to see a more current picture of him now. At 12 months old he was described as, “Domineaux can crawl slowly on the play matt, could grasp rattle firmly. While crawling on the mattress, he would try to grasp toys he likes and shake them. He could stand against rails and he likes standing, he would shake his body and babble happily when standing with help.
He likes the caretakers to hold him and speak to him, he would babble for response. He likes caretakers to play with him. If a caretaker crosses his hands and shakes, he would also shake them as if he was saying “I can do this, too”.
He could have milk 210ml, likes pumpkin congee and egg custard. He likes taking bath, giggles when see the water, keeps moving his arms and legs in the water and plays happily.
Domineaux is a smart and lovely boy, we sincerely hope he can be adopted soon, have a happy family and parents who love him in which he could grows healthily and happily. June 23 2015”
There is a CT scan in Domineaux’s file that was performed in June 2015 which shows an expansion to his brain system with all other aspects being normal.
Symmetrical of bilateral hemisphere, no obvious shifting of midline structure, no abnormal density in brain parenchyma, expansion of brain system, no obvious abnormal findings of scanned bone substances.
Expansion of brain system, doubt of hydrocephalus”
For more information on reviewing Domineaux’s file, please contact our CHI China Specialist Nina Thompson at: firstname.lastname@example.org
DORA LIN, female, DOB 4/2006 SN Down Syndrome
Dora Lin is a little shy but it won’t take her long to warm up if she feels that she is surrounded by kindness. Her trademark sign for “you are my new friend” is to stick her tongue out at you. May one be so lucky to see that friendly gesture! She also has affection for pretty things. Dora Lin has a spirit and smile full of sunshine. The CHI China Team met her in May 2015 and video in the following link was taken then.
Her SWI is in a One to One partnership with Children’s House International and Dora Lin is part of the 2015 Winter Family Camp in Linyi, China, this November.
Dora Lin has good self-manage ability and can care for her daily needs independently. She attends a Special Education school in her city which is not part of her orphanage. She is reported to participate well with her classmates.
Dora Lin’s caregivers share, “She is introvert, has a ready smile, likes others make face towards her which she feels kind. She likes stick out her tongue for friendly. She is polite, likes playing slide, obedient, give away objects to younger siblings, she would say “Thank you” when staffs give her snacks, she likes being pretty, likes wearing dress. She would observe surroundings in strange environment, interested in fresh objects, adapt to new environment quickly.”
More about Down Syndrome can learned at: http://www.ndss.org/Down-Syndrome/Down-Syndrome-Facts/
ESME, female, DOB 9/2013 SN delayed development
Esme has an utterly endearing little giggle when her caregivers play with her. She is drawn to bright colored toy and bells. She will reach for them and is able to grasp them and play. She likes to babble while she is playing. She appears to interact with her environment. She is behind in her development and at 12 months old she was reported to be struggling to sit on her own and still could not stand. New video from of her at 23 months old shows that she can sit independently and crawl. She is not yet walking on her own. When cuddled by caretakers, who sing for her, she will be very happy.
Little Esme has a delicate constitution and seems to catch colds and suffer respiratory infections easier to other children in her same environment. She has a poor appetite which likely makes it harder for her to get proper nutrition as well. Video of Esme taken on 9/11/2015 can be found at this link:
Esme was admitted to her orphanage when she was approximately 5 months old. No history of her life before admission to the orphanage is known.
GABRIELLA, female, DOB 2/2014 SN osteo-genesis imperfecta (OI)
Gabriella might have fragile bones but she has a mighty heart! She is currently living in a foster care center the focuses on caring for children with bone conditions. She is not currently getting pamidronate or any IV treatment for her condition as it is a difficult procedure in her home country. She has started to sit up on her own. It was scary for her but she kept on trying and is now a sitting expert and loves to be able to sit on her own. She is learning to feed herself and is also an expert at making a big mess when she does! But she is very happy to be learning more independence. She is described as being curious and social. Gabriella hasn’t had a bone fracture since the beginning of 2015. Gabriella will likely benefit immensely from having an IV treatment of bisphosphonates, such as pamidronate, every 3-6 months.
GASTINEAUX, male, DOB 4/2014 SN hypospadias, right thumb difference
Gastineaux is described as, “he has a round face, sweet dimples, and is handsome”. That is exactly what his photographs portray. This happy toddler loves to play, especially when his foster family gets balls out for fun. He most adores playing outside and has a natural curiosity about the happenings around him. He has learned to walk and by now is likely on the run! Gastineaux’s right thumb has a partial duplicate and he has been diagnosed with hypospadias. There is no chromosome test in his file. Updated video has been requested and will be posted as soon as it is ready.
Gastineaux’s reports also share about him, “His favorite toys are balls and he could roll the balls to his caretaker. He likes caretakers singing for him and telling him stories, he would shake his hands when caretakers sings songs for him. He likes crawling on the play mat. Currently, he could walk, walks well with shoes, likes walking around in the room happily.
He eats well, not picky on food, can eat boiled eggs and egg custard, rice, noodles. He sleeps well, and has a sound sleep.
He likes playing outdoors, claps his hands happily when caretaker push him in the baby rolley and he looks around in outdoors, seems curious about things outdoors.
He is a cute boy, we sincerely hope he can be adopted soon, have a happy family and parents who love him in which he could grows healthily and happily.
For more information on reviewing Gastineaux’s file, please contact our CHI China Specialist Nina Thompson at: email@example.com
GENTRIE, female, DOB 2/2010 SN unrepaired cleft lip/palate, anemia
CHI Partnership file, Special Focus Designation
Gentrie has the daily struggle of getting enough nourishment through food that she can eat with the challenge of her cleft lip and open palate. How much she would have benefitted from surgery as a baby!! But, that was not done for her and she has found a way to accommodate. Her special need likely affects most parts of her life, such as affecting her speech and her ability to be understood by staff and peers. Video and photos were included in the update.
Gentrie’s caregivers share, “She has good self-management, pleased to do what she can, can help nurturers manage the stuff.
Updated information for Gentrie was received in October 2015
- Current measurements
- Has she had any surgeries or been hospitalized in the last year?
- How is her speech?
- Can she eat solid foods
- Is she attending school?
- Is she able to follow directions?
- Does she use the toilet on her own or need assistance?
- How is her development compared to other children her age in the SWI?
- How does she get along with the other children?
- How would they describe her personality (kind, quiet, irritable, slow?)
Height: 100cm; Weight: 15kg; Head: 49cm; Chest: 50cm; Foot: 17.
Her speech is not very clear. She understands when other people talking to her.
She can eat chicken, beef, pork, rice, candy, etc.
She’s potty trained. She can take care of herself.
She’s on target developmentally compared to her peers in the SWI.
She gets along well with other children. She’s friendly.
She is smart, lively, outgoing, polite. She’s just as good as the children grow up in families.
GINGER, female, DOB 7/2007 SN unrepaired unilateral cleft lip and palate
“Ginger is outgoing, lively, polite and just doing as well as other children grow up in families” say her caregivers. But, the truth is that in a family Ginger probably would have had her cleft lip/palate repaired. For 8 years Ginger has been waiting for a family and for a repair. It is hope that now she may be able to have both.
Ginger is physically healthy and growing well. She has a strong self-care ability, can have a meal without help, can put on clothes and can put her objects away.
Ginger’s caregivers go on to shared, “Ginger is extroverted personality, innocent and lively, have fairly strong cognitive ability, can analyze and observe, can ask the questions which she wants to know, can express her heart feelings by the appropriate language, can state out her thoughts and wishes, can get along well with the children in different ages, is happy to do something what she can do, has the basic ability of listening and speaking; can focus on learning quietly and can abide by the regulations.
She’s never had surgery or been hospitalized before. Her language development is normal. Her speech is pretty clear and she can understand others very well. She’s eating anything now, both solid and liquid food. She’s not in school. She can follow instructions. She potty trained. She’s on target developmentally compared to other children in the orphanage. She gets along well with others. She is outgoing, lively, polite and just doing as well as other children who grow up in families.”
HEMINGWAY, male, DOB 10/2011 SN Down Syndrome, hypothyroidism, congenital heart disease (ASD and PDA)
Hemingway has been met by and taken under the wing of an American expatriate parent support group in his city. They believe that he would be a strong candidate for adoption and that he would bring a great amount of joy to a forever family. He is currently doing well in his foster family. His file is over a year old and updated information has been requested.
The reports in his file share, “After admission, after the child lived in this institute for a period time then the child is placed in the community foster family. In the foster family the child got good care, because the child suffered from CHD, so the family takes much energy and time to feed him. Now the child gets up at 8:00 in the morning, 4 meals per day, good food volume and appetite, once for a small bowl, not choosy food, prefer sweet food and meat. But the family dare not to feed the child with hard food, prevent to lead any danger.
Personality, hobbies and sociality:
The child can sit without help, with supporting the furniture the child can stand without help or walk in transverse for a short distance, the child can crawl to the any places he wants to go, now he can speak “ yeye, nainai, a ye” such simple words. The child has a lot of patience, he can sit on the blanket, pull out all things in the box, then put the things back to the box one by one without any missing. The child likes music, we should say that the child is introverted, when meeting with strangers, generally he will not communicate with others. Even though his parents make him say hello, he will not finish. The child likes looking at the mirror, likes watching cartoon. At home, it seems that he knows the time to play cartoon, he will make his parents to turn on the TV to play cartoon.
The child has strong imitation ability, if he sees that there is some child holding a pen to draw, he is willing to follow, and he can use the pen tip to draw.
Now the child can use hands to hold the spoon to eat food, although he will drop some food, but he is willing to try many things.
Now the child can imitate very well, he has learn things quickly, he can play with elder sister at home, and at this time it is his fast time to learn things, he can do anything that his elder sister does. Dated February 2014.”
JOLEIGH, female, DOB 12/2012 SN hydrocephalus
Joleigh loves her caregivers. She finds immense comfort and closeness with her caregivers. She appears to have a quiet temperament and finds joy in music, playing with her stuffed animals, and basking in the sun. Little Joleigh has a bit of a confusing and outdated file. An MRI has been requested as well as an updated growth report. There is more current video that was taken in February 2015. She looks adorably cozy in her fluffy red coat.
Joleigh has been in her SWI since she was a newborn.