Paisley

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Paisley was born in February 2013 and found abandoned as a newborn. She has been diagnosed with deformities affecting her fingers and toes, and a cleft palate. I recommend that families who consider Paisley also be open to a syndrome, such as Apert Syndrome, in addition to her listed special needs.

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According to her adoption report, at the age of two months she began to smile but cried a lot. At the age of 4 months her body was poor and she couldn’t raise her head up, but could roll over. Sometimes she would laugh aloud. At the age of 8 months she could sit with support and began crawling. At the age of 10 months she could stand on her tiptoes while in a walker. At the age of 12 months she could lie down, distinguish acquaintances from strangers and understood her name. At the age of 15 months she could sit independently and was making early sounds. She could use her hands to hold things and was learning to feed herself. At the age of 18 months she observed adults actions and could reach her hands out to ask for a cuddle. She could imitate simple actions and expressed likes and dislikes to people and objects. She began to walk, but unsteadily, and started using sounds intentionally with meaning, such as Ayi (auntie.) After entering foster care her physical state strengthened and her weight increased. She could use her hands to hold a railing to go up and down stairs.

      

At the age of two years she could push a car to walk forward and used one hand to hold a railing to go up and down stairs. She could aim when throwing a ball and was learning to speak words and use useful expressions. At the age of 3 years old she could go up and down stairs without using a railing, could feed herself, and could jump with both feet. She liked her foster grandpa best and enjoyed watching TV and playing with other children her age. Her adoption report was written in February 2016 and she was said to have a strong adaptive capacity, a good appetite, normal bowel habits and be an active and lovely little girl. She liked outdoor activities and her favorite toys were dolls.

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Paisley could feed herself and use the bathroom independently but needed help with socks and shoes. She could walk, run jump and go up and down stairs. She could understand and follow adults instructions and all aspects of her development were considered normal compared to other children. She was living with a family in the institute and had six foster siblings. Her personality was described as lively and compassionate.

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