Newsletter - Bejing | ND North
Summer Fun at New Day North
Growing growing growing....
Don't we have the most precious children? This month we have rejoiced with them as they grew and made progress and soaked up lots of love from our nannies.
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|Philip's Big News!||Look at Luke!|
|Two weeks ago the orphanage received some really exciting news... Philip is matched with a family! This means that his adoption paperwork has been completed and a family has chosen him to be their son. We don't know when the family will travel to bring him home, but we hope that he doesn't have to wait too long.||Luke doesn't have to wear the "boots and bar" for his orthopedic defect 23 hours a day anymore (he still wears them, just not as regularly as before). This means that he can start learning how to stand, how to walk, and how to get into mischief even faster than before. Look out! Luke's on the move again.|
Thank you "ACT for Justice"!
What's more exciting than presents? Not much, especially when you're a kid... or a caregiver. When the huge boxes of clothes and toys arrived at our apartment in Inner Mongolia we were overwhelmed with excitement and gratitude. An organization in North Carolina collected donations for the orphanage, each family chosing a specific child to shop for. The orphanage couldn't believe that we had a new outfit for each child. "The clothes are so suitable for them!" they said.
If you're interested in collecting donations for the orphanages we interact with, e-mail email@example.com