Wu Lidi, female, was born on September 18th 2011, and was found in the Zhongshan Park, Jianghan Area, Wuhan City, on August 5th 2012. This baby was referred to our Welfare Institute by the local police officers.
Her name, Wu Lidi was given in this rule: Wu was from “Wu Han”, the name of the city; the “Li” was given for all the children who went into the welfare institute in that month; “di” was given because she was found in the Zhongshan Park.
When she was first discovered, there was a paper note with her. The results of health check on admission were as follows: height: 73cm, weight: 10.2kg, head circumference: 45cm, chest circumference: 45.5cm, body temperature 36.8 Celsius degrees, and teeth: 2.
In order for her better cares, we sent her into the fostering family with multiple experiences on August 8th 2012. Initially, she only drunk milk and her fostering mother cooked a lot of delicious food for her. Gradually, she began to eat other food besides milk. When she was one year old, the families drove the car and took her to the children’s fun park; she was so excited and kissed each of the family members. When she was one year and one month old, she could crawl and stand up steadily. She could also walk several steps on the bed. When she was one year and 4 months old, she could say “grandpa” and “grandma”. When she was 1 year and 5 months old, she liked playing in the community yard. In the spring festival, she had the celebrating dinner with her families. When other people asked her how old she was, she reached out two fingers to express she was 2 years old.
Now, she could say 3-5 words, and express something like “mommy, please hold me” and “I’m full”. She could speak clearly. She was hurry to run out for fun, but her fostering mother said to her “if you don’t eat all of the food, I will eat the left”, then she would be back and eat all of the left food in the bowl. When she was taking shower, she liked playing with the water. She would play with her sister before going to bed. In the daytime, her fostering mother took care of her and her brother. Her brother was poor at walking; therefore, she often shared her toys with her disabled brother. There are several children’s bikes at home, and she could ride each of them. She likes exploring something new.
Her daily food includes milk, rice powder, porridge, noodle, rice, steamed dumpling, soup and watermelon. She has 3 dinners and 4 adjuvant food every day. Her favorite foods are cake and porridge. She has good appetite. She does not like food with vinegar.She is living a regular life. 5:30 wake up and then fall asleep after drinking some milk. 8:00, getting up. 8:30, breakfast, like porridge, dumpling, noodle and egg cake; 10:30 fruits; 12:50, lunch, soup, rice, egg; 13:30 to 15:30, napping; 15:50, snacks, like cakes, fruits; 18:30, dinner. 21:00 cake; 21:30 go to bed.