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Newsletter - Bejing | ND South | ND North

March, 2015

No longer LONELY

One of the most fulfilling things we experience is to see a child, that came in very sick, leave us healthy and with their very own forever family. So far this year Polly, Philip have been adopted. Mark leaves this weekend and next weekend Poppy and Cora Jo will join their forever families.


The road to no longer being lonely begins with surgery. Celebrate with Clara and Chis as they start on this journey.

Mark's case was so severe that he needed to be admitted to the hospital July 2, 2013. The necessary tests were done and he was put on "the liver transplant list." Every few days we would contact the doctors, asking for an update on Mark's condition. Each time they said that his condition was "very serious" and that he would need a transplant soon. They weren't sure that he was going to make it. Dr. Li, the head surgeon, told us July 16th that he was concerned that Mark would go into liver failure before a liver could be found for him.
He wasn't going to make it.....

But he did and he is leaving with his forever mother tomorrow. Rejoice with us!

Three Little Girls waiting for heart surgery

Lily Charlotte Ava

Chinese New Year is a time for family. A time to make dumplings together, eat, watch performances, dance and sing. Check out our special time together as New Day family.

Making Jiaozi (dumplings)



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