We are featuring a sweet 6 year old boy who has been patiently waiting for his forever family to find him. Scroll down to learn more!

This little boy is radiant, calm and bright. He is in stable health and his special needs were addressed in a timely manner. He has Spina Bifida, which was surgically corrected when he was just a few months old. He has hydrocephalus, which he was permanently stationed and does not need a shunt. He also has lower limb flaccid paraplegia, bilateral congenital hip dislocation, phimosis and delayed psychological/motor development. 

He is very clever and has the potential to reach age-correspondent intellectual development/performance once provided with a family who can offer him constant attention, love and proper stimulation. He plays with toys and loves to builds towers. He is extremely interested in books and likes to draw on paper. Emotionally, he is described to be very warm and loving. He enjoys the company of other children and adults. He is connecting words to form sentences and is learning more and more each day. 

He is very adaptable. He eats independently and only requires assistance now and then. He is calm around other children and tends to hang close by to them as well as his caregivers. 

His adoption will require international travel. If you would like more information please contact the KidsFirst office and ask for Inna Pecar at 317-843-2300. We are typically able to provide many pictures, a medical certificate and psychological report, as well as other documentation, about our waiting children.

Head over to our Waiting Child Page to look at more profiles of children who are ready and waiting to be adopted!  This page is password protected to ensure the privacy of our waiting children.  To get access, simply email us at info@KidsFirstAdoption.com and we will send you the password to enter the page.

For more information on any waiting child, feel free to call our agency or request more information by completing the information request found on our Contact Us page.


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AuthorSteven Pecar