- LocationNorth Carolina
- Case #Archer
Archer was born in April 2015 and has Down Syndrome. He's a sensitive and active little boy who plays with toys, crawls and can roll over. Archer's a good eater who never misses a meal. He has great reactions and responds to his caretakers who are happy with his development.
From A Family Who Met Archer in May 2017: Archer is described as very, very active by the caretakers. They all believe that he will hit developmental milestones earlier than his peers who have Down Syndrome. We saw him crawl and roll over. However, when we first came into the room, he was a little shy and scared he made contact with us on his own terms and finally allowed me to hold him and rock him, purposefully seeking my attention. Such a sweet boy.
THIS CHILD MUST BE ADOPTED FROM THE FOREIGN COUNTRY OF HIS/HER RESIDENCE.
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