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"Love is when you look into someone's eyes and find everything you need"
His name is Sun. He is ten months old and has lived his entire life in an orphanage in Inner Mongolia AND he has the most beautiful brown eyes that, like the sun above, radiate a warmth and joy to all in his presense.
He has been diagnosed with anal atresia and Atrial Septal Defect (ASD) and he receives regular treatment for his anal atresia. He can sit, crawl and roll over. He loves to interact with other children and play with toys. He enjoys his caregivers, and they love him too!
Agape Adoptions only has until August 27 to place him with a family. PLEASE take a moment to consider adding this darling baby to your family or if now is not the time PLEASE share his profile with someone who might!
There is a $1000 grant available!
Agape Adoptions is a licensed non profit child placing agency in the state of Washington. We are fully Hague Accredited by the Council on Accreditation. Agape Adoptions believes that every child deserves their own supportive family to provide permanency, unconditional love and acceptance. We provide homestudy and post placement services to families living in the state of Washin...Learn more, see kids, or contact agency 15605 Main Street E Washington
"I wasn’t given the same opportunity to grow up where I was born"
On his personal blog about adoption, fatherhood, and lessons learned, WACAP CEO Greg Eubanks shares about the relationship he and his youngest son have been working to recreate. With his son’s permission, he offers a few thoughts, with hindsight and from
Learning about Trust Based Relational Intervention (TBRI)
A mother recounts meeting her daughter's Korean foster mom 11 years after her adoption.
Inhale slowly, then exhale and allow your mind to follow your path to its ultimate end
"There was no real reason for me to cry, but my body just acted in the moment, and the next thing I knew, I was crying,”
Avoiding the Pitfalls