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Posted on Apr 20, 2016 by in 20 with Down Syndrome |

Born July 2011 * 8 years old! * post op CHD: VSD, PFO, mild triscuspid valvular insufficiency, PH * Down Syndrome * likes music, singing, and humming * extroverted * shared list * $5,000 grant available


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Timmy from MAA on Vimeo.

Timmy (2) from MAA on Vimeo.


Timmy Collage

Diagnosis: down syndrome, post op CHD

Grant Available! There is a $6,500 agency grant available if you adopt through Madison Adoption Associates (MAA).

Timmy is a very happy boy currently living in foster care. He likes to be held and enjoys going outside to play. When he’s outside, he likes to watch walking people.

At 2 years and 1 month of age, he could call baba and nana. At that time, he was sent to the hospital to repair his CHD. After the surgery, he became more active.

At 2 years and 3 months of age, he could walk with one hand held, could hold a spoon to eat, and could dance to the music. He liked to draw.

At 2 years and 5 months of age, he liked pretty clothes, would greet acquaintances, and could wave goodbye to people.

At 2 years and 7 months of age, he got along well with people, liked cartoons, singing, and dancing. He had a strong imitating ability and he liked to play with other children.

Timmy Collage
At 2 years and 9 months of age, Timmy could imitate adult’s motions and could walk independently. He could also speak simple words.

At 3 years old, Timmy can run, knows many things and remembers them. He calls older men “grandpa,” younger men “baba,” and little boys “brother.” Timmy is extroverted, a little impatient, and relentless. He likes music and singing and can hum with the music. Timmy likes to play with toys and has a quick reaction. He likes to play with other children and when he is outside, he sometimes clings to the adults and wants to be held. Just like any other three year old, he likes others toys, but does not like other children to take his toys.

Timmy Collage
Timmy is on the shared list!

Grant Available! He has a $5,000 “Bright Futures” grant with Madison Adoption Associates.

If you would like to know more about how to adopt Timmy, please send me an e-mail.
You may also go straight to Madison Adoption Agency’s form to inquire about him. They are a very good agency with a very generous grant for his adoption!

Either way, if you move forward for this adorable little guy, I would love to hear the news!