The first thing we noticed about Superhero 4 was his golden, charming smile.
Sweet and tender, small and sheepish, but so stinkin’ adorable with those kissable cheeks that it immediately stole our hearts.
As Super-Spouse and I were reviewing the listing of waiting children at our agency, Super-Spouse's computer mouse just kept wandering back to this sweet angel.
We were both immediately smitten.
With those kind and gentle black-brown eyes.
With his personality description and sweet spirit.
With the three lines in this handsome boy’s profile that we knew the world would see as strikes against him.
Inability to walk independently.
Boy. (Boys in the adoption world are always harder to place than girls. Contrary to popular Western belief, some NGOs estimate that 80 percent of the children in China’s orphanages are now boys with special needs.)
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