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A Boy Who Waits: Meet Tian Tian
A $10,000 child-specific grant is available to C's adoptive family
C is an eight-year-old boy with a skin condition that makes him look different than his peers. Because of this, initially some children do not want to play with him, and he gets left out, but once other children get to know him they are generally more welcoming. He is pretty self-confident despite this, and his outgoing personality helps others warm to him. He has good relationships with his foster family and other children, and initiates games with others.
C is an artist, athlete and a good performer in school. He is mild-mannered and handles his frustrations well. He is also very respectful and knows the difference between right and wrong.
We cannot share a clear photo of C online, but photos are available to those who inquire.
Learn More about C
C is one of the boys currently waiting in Latin America for an adoptive family. Do you have room for one more in your family? If so, please contact email@example.com to learn more about C and reference 614-39.
There is a $10,000 child-specific grant available to his adoptive family.
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