ARRIVAL:   January 23, 2015

Samuel was abandoned on January 23, 2015, in the “Baby Hatch” at the front gate of the local orphanage. Samuel struggles with many special needs, including a congenital heart defect, ENT and neurological issues. He is a weak little guy who gets sick often, and had a GI surgery in July to help him gain weight and hopefully remain healthy. Samuel joined our project for temporary medical care July 27, 2015, soon after returning to Inner Mongolia following receiving treatment in Beijing. On October 20, 2015, he joined our program permanently and our nannies are already smitten by his personality and smile.


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