Special needs adoption from a Jewish perspective.

Special needs adoption from a Jewish perspective.

Thursday, May 24, 2012


Continuing on with Renee's challenge!  Here is Wilson:

Wearing that "All American" baseball jersey, Wilson looks as though he is already here, chewing gum and getting ready to pitch at Little League practice. Watch him stare down the batter!

Wilson's schedule is full: Practice on Mondays, Hebrew School on Tuesdays and Thursdays, piano lessons on Wednesdays, except once every 3 months when he goes to the doctor to get his ARV medication prescription renewed. Friday is clean-your-room-for-Shabbat day. Saturday morning he puts on his special shirt and tie and walks to shul (synagogue) with his parents and big sister. Then they all head over to grandma's, where they meet up with his cousins. He loves talking with his cousins about the latest Red Sox game. He is a wiz at baseball stats. He proudly tells grandma and grandpa how he will be playing "Take Me Out To The Ballgame" for his next piano recital.

On Sunday his team plays with the JCC league while his sister is doing her homework. So much work in 6th grade! Wilson doesn't want to think about it. 3rd grade is about as perfect as it gets!


See some other visions for Wilson here.

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