Love Notes 2014… #04…

This is our 4th and final Love Notes post for this year. You can read Post#01, Post#02 and Post#03.

Love Notes are a gift you can buy for your loved ones and they will be able to choose which precious child they would like to bless with this gift – to grow their adoption grants. Bigger adoption grants would aid their forever families to reach them with less of a financial worry – adopting is an expensive affair, especially an international one. So please consider purchasing some Love Notes. Check out details here.

Today’s post will highlight some children with other special needs such as heart defects and blood disorders who need your help. Please click on their pictures or names to go to their profile pages for more information.

Lisa Marie

She is a newly-listed child and is 11 years old, which means she will have a little more than 2 years for her forever family to complete their paperwork and bring her home. She is a Hep B carrier and has a mild heart murmur. She is a sweet 5th grader who loves to jump and fan dance. Her favourite subject in school is Chinese Literature.


She is a lovely 11-year-old who has very complex heart conditions (discordant atrioventricular junction, corrigent transposition of magistral vessels, coronary-left ventricle fistula, complete atrioventricular heart block) and may have Fetal Alcohol Syndrome. She ages out of her country’s adoption system in less than 5 years.


She smiles a lot and is very outgoing. She is 11 years old and is loved by the nannies whom she helps with cleaning the table, mopping the floor, making beds, folding clothes and feeding babies. She has a humpback but walks well and is only sometimes unstable in her walk. She has just a little over 2 years before she ages out of her country’s adoption system.


He is 10 years old and really needs a family to care for him. He has complex Congenital Heart Defects – cardianastrophe; left atrium structure in both sides; ASD; moderate back flow of common valve, double exit of right ventricle, pulmonary artery stenosis, and A-P fistula or window. His condition limits his activities but he is said to be a clever boy who enjoys reading and gets along well with others.


He is a 9-year-old boy who is talkative but can only use simple speech. He has Thalassemia which requires him to go for blood transfusions. This means he is missing a lot of school and is behind his peers. He has good self-management skills and is a good helper with the younger children.


He is 8 years old and has post-operative left inguinal hernia and a cyst of pellucid septal cave. He is extroverted and loves riding his bike as well as going for outdoor walks in summer. He is not afraid of strangers and can say hello to strangers on his own initiative. He likes to spend time with his friends and loves cartoons.


He is active 5-year-old who enjoys dancing to music and has a good sense of rhythm. He has Down Syndrome and Patent Ductus Arteriosus (Congenital Heart Defect). But his heart condition does not affect his daily life. He enjoys playing games with other children and likes to watch cartoons.


She is 5 years old and has Down Syndrome and congenital heart defect (Ventricle Septal Defect). She loves to play outside and is a good eater, and a little shy with strangers.


He is a 4-year-old cutie who has a complex heart defect: transposition of the great arteries, pulmonary stenosis, and an ASD and VSD. In 2013, he had surgery called a “right double-way Glenn operation”. He will require another surgery. He does not go to school because of his heart defect but is quite talkative although shy in front of strangers.


He is 3 years old and has Dextrocardia, which means his heart is on the right side instead of left and his lungs are on the left side instead of right. His heart condition has affected his development; his motor skills and speech are delayed. He is a curious little boy who needs a very special family who will help him get the surgery he needs.

Please consider giving one of these precious ones Love Notes and bless them. Do also pray for them, especially for their forever families to come for them. You can also help this process by sharing their stories with all you know.

Please read other advocates blog here, here and here.

Thank you.


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