Today we saw more children in Changsha. Many of these children we have seen before, and that just makes seeing them again even more fun. To see their little faces light up with recognition is so bittersweet. Sweet because we know them and love them but so bitter that they are still there.
This is Leo. We have seen Leo at least once a year since 2013. We've watched him grow from a little boy 7 year old to a bigger, more mature 10 year old. Leo has cerebral palsy and epilepsy. He is smart and loves to connect with people. He loves any activity we do with him. When we asked him what he dislikes his answer was "living here." He knows. He needs a family and he knows he needs a family. Please contact April Uduhiri at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about him.
Just before we left they said we had four more children to see and they brought out the baby babies. One little boy was only 3 months old. What a sweet way to end our day!
We traveled by high speed train to the Jiangxi province where we will be for the rest of this week. Be sure you are following our Facebook page for updates throughout each day!