Saving His Sparrows

Saving His Sparrows
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Saturday, March 2, 2013

Sweet things come in small packages... | Reece's Rainbow Waiting Child

At least in this case!


Sweet and cute and tiny...

Yet she'll be 8 years old this year!

Sweet Sadie has a scary list of diagnoses...

She's experienced with pain...

And has had many broken bones...

She's fragile and spends much time in a stroller to keep her safe...

But despite the pain and difficulties...

Sadie is smart and sweet!

They call her the little "mother hen"...

Because she tells the nannies when other kids need help!

She can feed herself (and is very proud of this!)...

And she's learned some colors, shapes, and animals from a teacher that comes to her orphanage...

Oh little sweetness...

You are a special child!

Your cheerfulness in suffering...

Is an inspiration!

I hope that one day very soon your Mom and Dad will see your shining face...

And know within their heart of hearts...

That you're their own sweet child!

I hope they soon can bring you home...

And give you the love and opportunity...

To be all that you can be!


Sadie's country only allows agencies to keep children's files for a short time and then requires that they be returned.  Because of this I'm listing her information here instead of just referring you to her profile.  Even if her file is returned, she can still be adopted if someone requests her file - they just have to know about her in order to ask!

Is this little package of sweetness your own little daughter?

She's waiting for you!

Please share her with your friends and pray she finds a family soon!

You can learn more about the adoption process HERE.

Below is the information from Sadie's profile!

Sadie #53-4

DOB: 2005
Diagnosis: Osteochondrodysplasia with defect in the growth of the tubular bones and the spinal cord; Osteogenesis imperfecta; Albumen-caloric malnutrition Third-Fourth degree; Hirschsprung disease (Congenital megacolon); Calculus rhenis dextra; Congenital megacolon; Asthma with prevailing allergic component; Good cognitive development.
Sadie is a beautiful little girl who has suffered in pain for most of her life due to her medical condition. Her bones are very fragile and she’s suffered many broken bones over the years. She is not receiving the treatment options that would be available to her if she were in a family. She is a very sweet and smart little girl who makes the best of her physical condition. She talks very well and enjoys having conversations with the staff. She goes to the day care center each day and she is described as the “mother hen” because she will remind care givers that they need to change a child’s diaper or feed a child his bottle or that they need to pick up the crying baby. She tries to keep them all in line! She can identify her colors, some animals and shapes. She’s receiving instruction from a special education teacher that comes to an orphanage. In an effort not to cause her physical harm, the staff limits her movements and how much they carry her around. She spends most of her days in a stroller. She can use one of her arms to hold on to items and wave hello. She has recently learned to feed herself and she’s very proud of this accomplishment. She has a very good personality and is very friendly to all of the children and staff at her orphanage.
We have several photos and videos of her that were taken in October 2012.
Because we only have this child’s file for a short time, she will not be able to receive donations until a family is found for her.

I found Sadie's profile at THIS LINK.



Sadie has a FAMILY now!!!!!



You can learn more about Reece's Rainbow or view other waiting children on their website at:


Emmitt is waiting too...

Emmitt 2013 (2)

You can read more about Emmitt HERE.

Life 2 Orphans is raising funds for a renovation project to improve conditions for the residents of Emmitt's institution!

If you can help, please do!

Life2Orphans/Orphanage 67 Fundraiser

Donations are tax deductible in the US!

You can read more about the renovation project HERE.

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