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Newsletter - Bejing | ND South | ND North

December 8, 2005

We have so much to be thankful for.

The doctors said that Daniel would never walk but he is. Now with a brace and a walker he's become a mover and shaker and it's given him a whole new attitude.
We are thankful!

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Timothy (Anal atresia), Rachel (cleft lip), Isabelle (cleft palate) and Thomas (second hypospadias surgery) all had successful surgeries this month that have given them a new lease on life.
We are thankful!

So far this year we have been able to provide sixteen surgeries and have seen eighteen children adopted into loving homes. We've been privileged to stay in contact with many of them receiving good reports on how well the children have adjusted.
We are thankful!

Looking ahead we have ten more kids lined up for surgeries. From Xinjiang to Henan; with heart problems to extra digits on their feet; from 3 months to 3 years old they come to us and because of friends like you we are able to help them.
We are thankful!
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By the way if you shop via Amazon.com this Christmas or anytime for that matter and you use the link from our web page and the kids get 5% of your purchases. For this we are thankful!
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One last thing C we have a young child we've named Peter. He will need multiple surgeries to repair his heart. They are not able to do the surgeries here. We have been assured that with these surgeries (which can be done in the States) his situation is correctable. Might there be a family out there who would want to adopt him and handle his disease.

For this Peter would be thankful!

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