One sunny afternoon in 2016, we received a beautiful, day-old baby boy from social welfare. The baby had been found in the toilet on the train. He was such a tiny, fragile bundle. We were afraid he would not survive. He did not make one sound at all for three long days. We fed him with a dropper every hour, night and day, praying for his survival. It was with great rejoicing when he finally made his first tiny, squeaking cry! He is now thriving in school and loves to sing and play with all the other children. He is such a beautiful miracle in our Home!