Feng Bao HuaBao Hua was a newborn discovered without parents on May 4, 2010.
He was taken to a local orphanage that same day and was placed into a foster family on May 6, 2010. Though he was very sick at first and ate very little, he now eats and sleeps regularly. His health has really improved over the last few months. He likes to be held and to play by kicking his legs.
Feng HuiHui was born on February 11, 2010 and was brought into the local orphanage that same day. She was placed into a foster family on February 17, 2010. She enjoys being held and interacting with others. She gets along well with her foster family. Hui is also very smart and cute. She has a soft voice and likes to move about freely.
Feng Yu XiaoBorn on May 16, 2010, Yu Xiao was taken to a local orphanage when her parents could not be located. She weighed only 2 kilograms and had deformities in both her knees and elbows. Through the care of her foster family, she has greatly improved. Her stiff arms and legs have now gained some flexibility. She is able to stretch more and can even sit for a little while when supported. Yu Xiao loves to be held and enjoys playing with toys that make sounds.
Wang Long ManWang Longman is nearly 13months old, he is a pretty little boy and he is very clever, when he sees granny is making milk for them, he will see granny make milk quietly. When granny gives the bottle to him, he will pick it up quickly and suck hardly, 250ml milk will finished soon, and then he will give the bottle to granny and says: give, give, and give. So cute, granny kisses him happily and praises him: well-behaved. Longman is a well-behaved pretty boy.
Feng Yu ChenYu Chen was born on May 17, 2010 and was placed into a foster family that same week. She was discovered with a missing left rib and an extra digit on her left hand. Now, she eats and sleeps well. She also likes to interact with others.
RachelRachel is now seven months old and is starting to gain weight. She is developing well and growing stronger every day. She can now push herself up when lying on her stomach. Whenever we help her to stand she tries to bend her knees and jump. She is absolutely adorable when doing this! She will now reach out to request specific toys and can sit all by herself. Rachel is developing more each day. She can successfully pass toys from one hand to another. We watch her using her eyes, mouth and hands to examine her surroundings. We have to keep a close eye on her as she will try and grab everything in sight and try to put it in her mouth. When crying, she makes a humming sound. Rachel has an understanding of which toys are hers and will let us know if we mix this up. She stays entertained for the longest time! Rachel will respond to her name when we call her. She is a wonderful child and we love her dearly!