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Johnny was born in March 2014 and found abandoned when he was 7 months old. He has been diagnosed with microphthalmus in his left eye which means it is smaller than average and he doesn’t have any vision in that eye. His right eye is normal and has good vision.
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Johnny is described as positive, active, extroverted, and cute. He enjoys playing with other children and smiles at familiar people. Johnny enjoys listening to music. His favorite toy is a toy piano. Johnny reportedly will play with a toy for a long time as if he’s trying to understand it completely before moving on to play with something else. He likes to use his head. He is observant and enjoys exploring. Johnny has normal intelligence and a strong imitating ability.
Johnny has good fine and gross motor skills. He is able to feed himself, has bowel and bladder control during the day, and is seen talking in his videos. He has a good appetite and he isn’t a picky eater, though he does enjoy sweets. The orphanage says he is now healthy.
DECEMBER 2017 UPDATE BELOW:
No abnormalities were found in the kidneys. The left eye, the doctor said his left eye is shrinking and suggested extirpation. The orphanage has not agreed, waiting for the family to decide. His gross motor skills development is normal. His fine motor skills development is normal. His mental development is normal and language development is little bit delayed. Now he is attending the early education program. He has his own personality. He will snatch what he wants.
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