Sheldon was born in October 2013 and has been diagnosed with extrophy of his bladder.
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Volunteers in the orphanage report that he is very smart and has no intellectual or physical disabilities. He’s a little shy with strangers, likes cartoons, musical toys, singing and dancing, and being cuddled.
Sheldon had surgery to correct extrophy of his bladder, and currently needs an ostomy bag for urine. However, Sheldon’s birth defects don’t slow him down – he runs, jumps, skips, climbs stairs, etc. Sheldon speaks in full sentences, can converse with adults and likes to ask questions.
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