Special needs adoption from a Jewish perspective.

Special needs adoption from a Jewish perspective.

Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Marsha has a family!

Remember Marsha?

A family has committed to her!  The Bulgarian hospital that has been taking care of the children of the Pleven orphanage has determined that giving Marsha the life-saving shunt she needs is beyond their expertise.  Apparently there are going to be complications involved.  Fortunately, here in the U.S. her new family will be able to bring her to a state-of-the-art hospital where she will finally be treated!  I am so glad!  I just adore her sweet little face and I can't wait to see her smile once she is loved and nurtured as she deserves.

Unfortunately, she is not the only child at Pleven with untreated hydrocephalus.  Here is Adam:

Adam is already 5 years old.  About a year older than Marsha.

So very tiny, and suffering so much with his swollen head.  He also needs cataract surgery, nutrition, and LOVE!  His time is running out, but can you see what a handsome fellow he can be if given an opportunity to heal and blossom?

For more information about Adam and how you can help him, email Nina Thompson at nina.t@chiadopt.com.

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