Tulip was born in November 2011 and found abandoned a few days later. She was diagnosed with left external auditory canal occlusion and her file indicates that her hearing isn’t very good.
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As a newborn Tulip didn’t cry much. At the age of 6 months her appetite increased and she happily ate more. As more foods were added to her diet it was noted that she wasn’t a picky eater. At the age of 8 months she could roll over freely. By 1 year old she liked standing up and holding on to a caretaker’s hand or object. On sunny days she would go outside to sit in the sun and breathe the fresh air.
At the time of her report Tulip was 4 years old and she could go up and down stairs alone. She had good living and hygiene habits and was a good sleeper. She began attending a Believe In Me school for early childhood education through Love Without Boundaries. On Children’s Day in 2015 Tulip performed with her classmates under her teachers direction to put on a fashion show.
Her report states that she doesn’t like speaking and doesn’t react much when caretakers talk to her. She has poor hearing and eye contact and likes to do repetitive actions. Tulip has been described as restless and energetic.
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