MEET THE CLARK FAMILY CHILDREN: ALEX, JON, DAVID, “ZADOCK”

MEET THE CLARK FAMILY CHILDREN: ALEX, JON, DAVID, “ZADOCK”

❤️❤️❤️ The CLARK FAMILY is remarkable. Meet their 3 (soon to be 4) differently-abled adopted sons from Bulgaria. (See more of their story @bucketofbulgarians and donate to their adoption fund!)

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ALEX: 

Alexander Nathan Clark, who happens to have Down syndrome, was born February 18, 2011, (9 months after the Clarks were married), he was born in Sofia, Bulgaria and spent the first 3 years in an orphanage with other children with special needs.  The Clarks received his profile January 2013 and brought him home July 4, 2014.

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JON:

Jonathan Raycho Clark, who happens to have Cerebral Palsy (CP), was born December 22, 2011 (9 months after Alex) in Stara Zagora, Bulgaria.  He and David were adopted at the same time.  The Clarks brought them both home August 13, 2016.  Jon now loves all his modes of transportation like his power chair, wheel chair, and gait trainer.  He has a G-Tube to help him receive all the nutrients and calories he needs throughout day.

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DAVID:

David Blago Clark, who happens to have Cerebral Palsy (CP), was born September 29, 2012 (Happy birthday David!) (9 months after Jon) in Bratzigovo, Bulgaria.  He is very close to walking independently; he hops or uses a walker and crutches to get around.  One of his favorite activities is to play in the bathtub.

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“ZADOCK”:

Zadock, whose real name we are keeping private until after the adoption is finalized, was David’s roommate in the orphanage in Bratzigovo, Bulgaria.  He happens to have Down Syndrome and was born September 25, 2013 (1 year after David). Jeremy was able to spend a week with Zadock in August. During that time Jeremy discovered that Zadock can eat solid foods, speak Bulgarian, run, and play soccer. He knows his way around cell phones and tablets and is very close to being fully potty trained. Zadock love to be with people and attends pre-school with his same aged peers.  The Clarks can’t wait to bring their littlest home!

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