Still He waits: Canadian Families Only

Baby L

Handsome little one, waiting..

We have written, you have shared, but still he waits:

Oh my heart!! Do you see his eyes? and his wrinkly forehead? His dark, dark eyes…He is alert…waiting and looking for his family.

If this is your family:

Canadian, up to date home study and immediately ready to adopt



Married at least 5 years

Financially Stable

Then this might be your son:

3 months old


with Down syndrome

living in Southwest Ontario

baby 721


 He has a family, it just has not been found… !!

Lets share and help him find it!!

I wish, today, he would be no longer an orphan. It matters if you share, it matters if you care… IT matters to this one.

Please, if you are seriously interested and meet the qualifications for this situation, contact:

Stephanie Thompson from Down Syndrome Adoption Network at



“Starfish poem”

Once upon a time there was a wise man

who used to go to the ocean to do his

writing. He had a habit of walking on the

beach before he began his work.

One day he was walking along the shore.

As he looked down the beach, he saw a

human figure moving like a dancer. He

smiled to himself to think of someone

who would dance to the day.

So he began to walk faster to catch up.

As he got closer, he saw that it was a

young man and the young man wasn’t

dancing, but instead he was reaching

down to the shore, picking up something

and very gently throwing it into the ocean.

As he got closer he called out, “Good

morning! What are you doing?”

The young man paused, looked up and replied,

“Throwing starfish in the ocean.”

“I guess I should have asked, why are you throwing starfish in the ocean?”

“The sun is up and the tide is going out. And if I don’t throw them in they’ll die.”

“But, young man, don’t you realize that there are miles and miles of beach and starfish all along it. You can’t

possibly make a difference!”

The young man listened politely. Then bent down, picked up another starfish and threw it

into the ocean, past the breaking waves and said – “It made a difference for that one.”


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