A Miracle.

William walks. He’s going to be fine!!!! I had no idea what to expect when I got here. He was so ready to play. Proper bandages, socks and shoes and he was up and playing. He hates shoes, but did what I asked. He is the most appreciative, loving little boy EVER. And, his sister is a doll. She wanted to know WHY people from “the states” would send her things. I think maybe she thought she had an “American Mom”. Sad. Soon, I hope. They are both totally developmentally on target, and just wonderful little people. They would be joining our family in a minute if they could. I love them!!!

Thanks to everyone who sent them bandages, notes, gifts and love. They needed it. I have so much other news, on other children, but my internet connection is SO slow. I’m honored to get to meet all the kids here. They have so much love to give. Even though I’m hot, sweaty and tired, I wouldn’t trade one minute of my experience here.

Thanks to the angel flight attendant who happened to be on my flight to go see her boy. His story is amazing, and you are an amazing person. God truly blessed my broken road to get here.


5 thoughts on “A Miracle.

  1. Big fat tears of joy here. I would love to bring them both home too. I KNOW that their family is out there, and close to finding them. We’re praying for all of you!

  2. I just can’t believe this! Walking? Really? This is just wonderful!If you have any pictures, PLEASE post them or email them to me! We would love to see William and Patience smiling… or at least not so sad as poor William was in the last pictures we saw. Those broke our hearts. Please give them extra hugs from the Everett family!Thank you, Becky!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Breclynmanygrandadventures.blogspot.comsixteensmallstones.blogspot.com

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