BIRTHDAY:  November 5, 2012

Mark was born November 5, 2012, and abandoned at the local hospital March 7, 2013. The police looked for four-month old Mark’s birth parents, but could not find them and so he was taken to the orphanage the same day. Mark was born with two GI defects, one of them being very severe. He was quite jaundiced and because of the severity of his defect, the local hospital was unable to do his surgery. Mark’s orphanage contacted us and asked us to try and save his life. He arrived at New Day Foster Home June 19, 2013. Mark is a cute little boy who loves to be interacted with. He has a sweet laugh and enjoys going outside. Because of Mark’s condition he was in a lot of discomfort, so the nannies had to work hard to keep him comfortable. Mark needed a miracle. 

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