Saturday, March 31, 2012

She has one chance

Veronica is "moderately excitable."
The first who's not "calm" or "tranquil" or "quiet."
I bet she would love playing with siblings, learning to run... and I bet you would love teaching her.

There's not a lot of info about her. Of course, any time you adopt you don't have a lot of info, and half of what you get is wrong. It is not at all unusual to bring home a child you were told you were getting full medical info on, and find out that they had none of the problems mentioned, extra problems not mentioned, or maybe even the problems that were mentioned that you thought they didn't really have. Of course, any and all of this happens with birth children too. Most parents of biological children who are blind, have cerebral palsy, or have other special needs didn't expect it. You never know what you are going to get... I know I've said all that before, but it's still true.

Look at that sweet 3 year old girl. She deserved her own post. She deserves her own family. But right now her only shot is that someone sees her on the list of "additional children" and decides to pursue adopting her. Based on one out-of-date picture, a two-word personality description, and a leading from God.

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