Mason

Mason was born in December 2010 and found abandoned as a newborn. He has been diagnosed with post operative bladder exstrophy.

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AGENCY DESIGNATED SPECIAL FOCUS CHILD

  

Mason’s adoption file was prepared in March 2016 when he was 5 years old and he has been living in a Christian foster home. He was described as being polite and obedient. He could change his clothes, button and tie his shoes without help. He liked clothes with bright colors. Mason could eat with chopsticks himself, fold clothes and put toys away. He was learning chinese characters, could count to 100, and was reading some story books. He liked listening to a care takers tell stories and was able to retell the story after hearing several times. He got along well with other children and played games with them. He understood humility and sharing and would invite others to join in during games. He enjoys jigsaw puzzles and con complete them quickly.

  

Mason could go up and down stairs without help, jump, catch a ball and draw lines and shapes. He understood big and small, knew colors, days of the week and left from right. He was speaking in sentences and fairly extroverted and talkative. He had a ready smile and was fond of singing and playing with toys.

APRIL 2016 UPDATE BELOW:

Mason’s mental growth is normal and his caregiver said that he is mild, gentle, clean, independent, clever and very easy going. He hadn’t been to school but was learning in his foster home. He could recite poems, account numbers, dance and sing. He was wearing diapers but took care of his own toiling needs.

AUGUST 2016 UPDATE BELOW: 

Mason “is very gentle and smart. He never loses his temper easily. He’s a fast learner among these children. He’s outgoing and lively and he likes singing and dancing. As far as I can see, he’s the most independent and self-conscious boy among these children. His special (need) doesn’t influence his daily life and communication with others.”

DECEMBER 2016 UPDATE BELOW: 

An advocate for Mason has said that, “every child in the home that recently got a file made is matched with a family. Mason is the most independent child in the home, responsible, VERY smart, loving and wants a family BADLY. His need isn’t scary! Please please see this boy!!! He can’t be left behind. He knows that his file is made and waits!”

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