The wheels on the bus go round and round, round and round… Mark one day wishes to drive a real bus. For now he loves pretending to drive the bus. He was quick to look out the window as he pretended to drive and tell the caregiver all the locations he thought I would like. Of course after I gave him my bus ticket.
After our time pretending to play bus he decided to explore the play house. It wasn’t long until we were playing hide and seek. Of course it was much easier for him to find a place to hide… and he was so excited each time he was found. He would give a giggle and wrinkle his face so much that he had to push his little round glasses back into place. Just when I thought that he was tired of the game he asked his caretaker to ask me to hide again. What a precious little guy!
Mark had an extra digit removed from his right hand when he was an infant. While he has some muscle weakness, he has good mobility of his hand and fingers.
The happiness on his face and the sound of his giggles still ring in my mind. This little guy is looking for a special family to call his own. Could that family be you?
For more information on Mark, please contact Taiwan Program Caseworker, Mary Chapman, at firstname.lastname@example.org.