Lee and Logan are biological brothers who came into Holt’s care in 2014 after their parents both passed away. Lee is the older brother and he is good at studying and doing his schoolwork. He especially likes math, reading and drawing. Logan is the younger brother and he likes to ride bikes and skate, and doesn’t like food that is too sweet. Both boys get along well with each other, and with the other kids in the care center.
Both of these brothers are on track developmentally and physically, however they have both tested positive for HIV. Their daily anti-retroviral medication keeps their HIV well-controlled, and with continued use of these medications, they can go on to lead very normal lives. In China, a strong stigma and misunderstanding continues to surround HIV diagnosis, so we have blurred their faces to protect their identities. To learn more about what is it like parenting children with HIV, click here and here.
Lee and Logan need a family that has access to the medical care these kids may need, and help them lead as full and healthy lives as possible.
Could you, or someone you know, be the right family for Lee and Logan? For more information about these boys, visit their photolisting profile or contact Kristen Henry at email@example.com. If you request information, there are great photos of these adorable boys on file.
DOB: 7/17/2008 and 3/14/2010 | China