Precious little Craig is 26 months old.,  His file was recently prepared and he is waiting for a family in China. He is a LID file, so his family will need to have their dossier logged in or be very close to it!,  At 20 months of age, Craig w…as given a neuro-psychological development inventory test.,  This test suggested that he receive some early intervention and is what gave him the diagnosis of delayed neuro-psychological development.,  Craig is active, outgoing, clever and cute. He can get along well with other children. He likes playing with toys and playing interaction games with acquaintances.,  He is fine with people who are familiar to him, but scared of strangers initially.

Craig was abandoned as a newborn.,  At the age of 1 year and 6 months, after receiving some rehabilitation, Craig could go from sitting alone to the standing position and he could walk without help. He could also go upstairs or up a slope with support.,  At that time, he was speaking simple words. At the age of 1 year and 8 months, he was sent to live with a foster family.,  His self-awareness gradually increased and he was willing to hold his spoon and he tries new methods to play with toys.,  At that time he could imitate adults to do some simple things.,  He could push or drag toys when he was walking, sit on the rocking wooden horse or rocking chair, and could speak some simple words, but his intelligence and motor development was still slightly delayed compared to other children his age.,  His home orphanage reports that he is an adorable child and they hope that he will have a happy and wonderful home soon.
Craig is listed with Madison Adoption Associates via an orphanage partnership.,  His file is not transferable at this time.,  If you are interested in learning more about Craig or transferring your dossier to Madison to adopt Craig, please fill out a free PAP Waiting Child review form, which can be found here:

Photo: Precious little Craig is 26 months old.  His file was recently prepared and he is waiting for a family in China. He is a LID file, so his family will need to have their dossier logged in or be very close to it!  At 20 months of age, Craig was given a neuro-psychological development inventory test.  This test suggested that he receive some early intervention and is what gave him the diagnosis of delayed neuro-psychological development.  Craig is active, outgoing, clever and cute. He can get along well with other children. He likes playing with toys and playing interaction games with acquaintances.  He is fine with people who are familiar to him, but scared of strangers initially. 

Craig has two short videos here:
http://vimeo.com/110807542
http://vimeo.com/110807543
Password: Adoptmaa

Craig was abandoned as a newborn.  At the age of 1 year and 6 months, after receiving some rehabilitation, Craig could go from sitting alone to the standing position and he could walk without help. He could also go upstairs or up a slope with support.  At that time, he was speaking simple words. At the age of 1 year and 8 months, he was sent to live with a foster family.  His self-awareness gradually increased and he was willing to hold his spoon and he tries new methods to play with toys.  At that time he could imitate adults to do some simple things.  He could push or drag toys when he was walking, sit on the rocking wooden horse or rocking chair, and could speak some simple words, but his intelligence and motor development was still slightly delayed compared to other children his age.  His home orphanage reports that he is an adorable child and they hope that he will have a happy and wonderful home soon.

Craig is listed with Madison Adoption Associates via an orphanage partnership.  His file is not transferable at this time.  If you are interested in learning more about Craig or transferring your dossier to Madison to adopt Craig, please fill out a free PAP Waiting Child review form, which can be found here: https://madison.mysamdb.com/SAM/Fm/Fm_Ap_Form_Edt.aspx

MAA Adoption Programs

Madison Adoption Associates currently offers international adoption programs in the countries of China, the Philippines, and Bulgaria. Our programs mostly focus on placing children who have special medical needs.
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