How to say Happy Birthday for my sponsored Hatian child?

My sponsored child in Haiti will turn 12 next month.

I would like to write him a note in his own language.

I would like to say,

"Happy birthday Sandley! I am very proud of the way you are becoming a fine young man. I hope your birthday is a very happy day.

Affectionately,
Your Sponsor Peggy"

Any help would sure make Sandley feel special! Thank you so much!

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