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Newsletter - Bejing | ND South | ND North

July, 2012

There is never a dull moment at New Day Foster Home. Read about the exciting things that have been happening.


Maya
She was a healthy little baby, but what we didn’t know was that Maya’s situation would rapidly become something that we had never dealt with before. Something that scared us. Read her Amazing Story
Since our last newsletter fourteen (yes that is 14) children have been adopted. That is a total of nineteen this year so far. Check out who has been adopted.

 


Lydia

Three hours after she went into the operating room, the doors flew open and Lydia raced past on a stretcher. There were tubes and wires everywhere. The doctors were bagging her and everyone was running as they transferred her from surgery to ICU. Read her Amazing Story

 

There are many new things happening at New Day. One of the most recent was a garden just for the children. With seeds in hand, the kids were ready and excited to begin their garden. Hands and knees got dirty, but everyone had a lot of fun.

Alea
Alea’s time was running out. She was nearly eight months old and her doctors said she had just ten months left, maximum......
Read her Amazing Story.

Eight children had surgeries recently, with Asa having two and Lydia, with the record, at three surgeries in three months.


A lot of splashing and giggling going on.

Join our 4th of July parade.

Reaping the benefits of hard labor.

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