Homeward Bound {Part 3}

Posted by Superkids Team on 5/6/19 4:38 PM

Deprive our darling child of his nap and stick him on a plane for 2.5 hours and he’s not so darling. He howled like a banshee nearly all the way to Guangzhou. He wet himself and peed on me. He threw a toy, a cup of water, a pickle covered in mayonnaise, and my phone. The toy beaned the nice man across the aisle. He screamed because he couldn’t go into business class. He screamed because he wanted a Coke. He screamed because he was being held. He screamed because he wasn’t being held. He screamed because the window shades were open. He screamed because he had a seat belt on. He screamed because a nice blanket was placed upon him. He stopped screaming long enough for deplaning and baggage claim. Then in the van to the hotel he lunged forward to grab the stick shift, so I had to hold him again, so he started screaming again. After about thirty minutes, he finally, finally fell asleep. It was 6pm.

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Topics: Superkids, China, family story

Ronan {China}

Posted by Superkids Team on 5/3/19 2:30 PM

Ronan is a darling 20 month old baby boy. He is currently in the Butterfly Home and is well loved and cared for by his caregivers there. His best friend is Hailey and they spend a lot of time playing together.

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Topics: Superkids, China

Remy {China}

Posted by Superkids Team on 3/12/19 8:21 AM

One of the things that happens as a child advocate is that you fall in love with certain children. Remy is one of those. I met him several times back when superkids was visiting China frequently. He is cute and funny and quickly picks up on things even when you don't speak the same language. Act it out once or twice and Remy has got it!

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Topics: Superkids, China

Ciana {China}

Posted by Superkids Team on 2/26/19 8:51 AM

We give the children we advocate for advocacy names for privacy purposes. While the names are significant to the children, they do hold some level of meaning to us since thats how we refer to the children we advocate for. This morning I needed a name for a little girl and saw that the meaning of her Chinese name is light. So I did a quick Google search and found a list of names meaning light. I ended up choosing Ciana for her. I have never heard it before, but I just loved it! I think it fits her.

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Topics: Superkids, China

Penny {China}

Posted by Superkids Team on 2/19/19 1:16 PM

I think I could just post Penny's pictures and call it a day. She is just that precious! I think someone is going to see her and their heart is going to say, "There she is!" And that will be that.

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Topics: Superkids, China

New York City Chinese New Year Celebration Fun

Posted by Leslie Winston on 2/12/19 8:32 AM

Thank you to everyone in the New York City area who came out for our annual Chinese New Year celebration at Jing Fong restaurant! We had an excellent turn out on Super Bowl Sunday and everyone had a great time! The children made crafts and loved interacting with the dancing dragon.

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Topics: China Adoption, Gladney Event, China

Jonathan {China}

Posted by Superkids Team on 2/11/19 2:00 PM

We have another cute little boy to introduce today! His name is Jonathan and he recently turned 3. He enjoys interacting with people and is described as active and happy.

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Topics: Superkids, China

James {China}

Posted by Superkids Team on 1/30/19 7:47 AM

James is almost 3 and is as cute as a little button! He laughs easily and is always smiling.

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Topics: Superkids, Waiting Child, China

George {China}

Posted by Superkids Team on 1/23/19 5:00 AM

George is 5 years old and loves to play outside. He likes to learn new dances and picks them up quickly.

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Topics: Superkids, Waiting Child, China

Jayden and Orin {Urgent!!}

Posted by Superkids Team on 5/15/18 3:05 PM

We have posted about these sweet baby boys before, but their situation has changed and we need to find families for them quickly. Both of these adorable boys have spent most of their little lives either being cared for in the Butterfly Home or in foster homes. They are now being moved from their foster homes to the orphanage in charge of their care due to new regulations in China. You can read about Jayden here and Orin here.

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Topics: Uncategorized, China, Featured

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