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Sunny Simon was born June of 2010. He is diagnosed with microtia of the right ear and a facial cleft. Simon’s information is from August of 2019 and says that he has a regular life with a good appetite and he is not a picky eater. He is outgoing and always talkative. He speaks clearly and loves to communicate with others. He gets along well with the caretaker. He is fond of having a meal and playing games with children. He is fond of playing blocks and playing outdoors. He has good self-care ability and is able to have a meal without help and put on clothes, shoes and socks without help. He knows to express when he wants to go to toilet. Usually he also helps the caretaker to take care of younger brothers and sisters. Simon has good communication ability. During November of 2018 he began to attend the senior Kindergarten. In class he does well and is liked by his teachers and the other children. He loves to draw (you can see one of his pictures with this post). He won the third place prize in the city’s Children’s Painting and Calligraphy contest. September of 2019 he began to study in class 5 of grade one at the primary school. Simon is said to be gentle and kind. He does not bully weak friends. He has no inferior feelings with regard to his microtia and cleft. He is warm-hearted and acts as a “big brother” to the younger children. Doesn’t Simon sound like a delightful child to add to your family?!
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