From Hope's foster Mom: Hope's physical limitations are indicative of repeated blows. Whatever this girl endured the first three years of her life, she tries not to let it impact her new outlook. She is protective of her face and feet, and occasionally cannot control her potty needs if she gets overly excited. Hope is loving, friendly, and desires your adoration.
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