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This great looking kid has a very mild need of post-operative hypospadias. He was born in March of 2008 and his file information is from December of 2017. How has he not found a family before now? Dennis has good living habits, gets up and goes to bed early, is never late, likes playing with other children in the same dormitory, gets along well with his mates, likes picture puzzles, toy blocks, toy guns, etc. Usually he plays eagle chicken, throwing the handkerchief, cat and mouse with other mates. He is introverted, does not speak much, timid, but often smiles. He attends full-time school in Grade Three. The school curriculums includes Chinese, math, music, PE, arts, moral and life, etc. He likes art and music best. He is independent. He can finish his homework alone. He has good self-management. He can put on clothes, eat, put away clothes, sweep floor and wash socks alone. He has good expressing ability. He has good physical coordination and can run and jump fast. In language he articulates well, has normal expressing ability, can simply introduce himself and his classmates. This amazing boy would be a great addition to any family. Ask me for a current update.
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