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    Default Re: Remember "Little C"?

    Cyndi, guess I don't know the story of Little C. Seems that you have given this adorable young man (and yourselves) a new beginning, and I applaud you. He's got a super beautiful smile. It makes me happy to see him "doing one of his own projects". You are obviously teaching him well.
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    I looks and sounds like he is doing awesome!
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    He is so adorable. Good to see he is doing so well. Thanks for the update!
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    Awww - he is such a cutie! I can't believe he is 5 already! So glad he found his forever family and is so happy!
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    What a cutie. But he looks like he could be a mischievous little trouble maker if given the chance, but in a cute way! That's a great photo of you two. And yes adoption is so worth it! I have three adopted daughters.

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    He is growing up so fast and looks like he is doing fantastic. Thank you for the update

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    Wow how fast time passes
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    Oh Cindy!!! Thank you so much for the update! Your family is often on my mind...I'm so glad he is adjusting so well! Wasn't there a sibling also?

    He's adorable!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jjkaiser View Post
    But he looks like he could be a mischievous little trouble maker if given the chance, but in a cute way!
    How did you know? He can be a little monster! He gets up early, is the last one to fall asleep of the three boys and spends the whole day running, jumping, throwing and talking. He NEVER runs out of ideas and some of them are dangerous! He keeps us on our toes, that's for sure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WendyI View Post
    Wasn't there a sibling also?
    Yes, he has a younger sister who is in foster care in another county. She was here for about 2 months, then sent back to live with her mother, then right back into a different foster home within a few months. She's adorable but has lots of emotional problems, even at only 2 years of age. She deserves a safe, loving, forever home, too. We don't know if that will be here or somewhere else, but we hope the two kids will be able to see each other as they grow up if she is adopted by another family.
    Cyndi


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