Shiloh was born August of 2010. He is considered healthy. What is sad is that Shiloh’s paperwork was never prepared until the end of January of 2018. He has spent all 8 years without a family and didn’t even have a special need. Won’t you be the family that brings him home before he gets another year older?!
Shiloh is in preschool. He is considered sensible, has quick wits and is smart. He can focus on things, has strong motor ability, can do things immediately if he wants to do, and likes doing handcrafts and paper cutting. He can cut an animal and flower quickly with the scissors. He is very independent. He can put his daily necessities in order and can put on his clothes tidily. He pays attention to hygiene.
He is a good cook, can do fries and egg pancake. He learns to make cake in school, which is very popular at home. His brothers and sisters like them. He has high ambitions. He says “mom, I want to go to space when I grow up”. Mom says “you should study hard at first, math must be good.” He says “mom, I must study hard and become an astronaut in the future.”
Shiloh is sometimes playful. He likes bouncing, especially when music sounds, he dances with hands and feet. He is happy to dance. His language is very outstanding. He speaks older than children his age. His words are very interesting and meaningful. He likes reading texts at the aspect of study. He can finish his homework after school. He is friendly with other classmates, helps others and likes helping other classmates. Teachers and classmates like him. I bet YOUR family would like him too!!
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