Lily was born in May 2015 and found abandoned when she was around 10 months old. She is diagnosed with congenital heart disease (TOF, ASD, moderate tricuspid regurgitation, mild aortic regurgitation,) scoliosis, and cerebral dysplasia.
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When Lily was 10 months old she could hold her own bottle, feed herself snacks, and laughed loudly when played with. When she was 16 months old she could say simple words and was able to sit independently. At 20 months old she was speaking more words and could understand simple instructions. She could stand with support and run with the help of a walker. By her second birthday she was opening cabinets and taking things out, she knew the names of her peers, and could express her opinions.
Lily’s adoption report was written around her third birthday. Caretakers said she doesn’t like to be left out, and is afraid of strangers. She enjoys playing with musical toys, building blocks, and singing songs. She can walk fast holding a railing and can stand alone. She likes toys that make sounds and cloth dolls.
A 2019 update says that she has polycystic kidney on the right kidney and post-op Tetralogy of Fallot. Her CHD, TOF, ASD and post-operative chylothorax have been all treated, and she has received immunizations, but she is still on cardiac medication and cannot do strenuous exercise. Lily has normal intelligence, has an outgoing personality, and can understand simple instructions.
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