Nova has a sweet and spunky personality. Some of the things she comes up with will keep you laughing for hours. Nova is a social child; she likes to talk and interact with others. She has high energy and enjoys running around and playing with her siblings. Playing outside on the trampoline, riding bikes, and playing in her playhouse is on top of her list of favorite activities. Nova does well at school and is on target with other same-age peers.
Sheyenne is a happy and energetic girl. She is shy when you first meet her but quickly warms up. She enjoys being the center of attention and showing you her favorite Baby Alive Dolls, her bike, or even her graded school work. Sheyenne is helpful around the house with her younger siblings and always willing to help. She enjoys school, with her favorite subject being Math. She is behind her peers academically but is making significant progress. Sheyenne is not a picky eater. She loves riding her and is looking forward to learning how to swim.
Nova and Sheyenne are part of a sibling group of eight that they would like to keep in contact with. These sweet sisters are currently in the same placement together and would like to remain together in a family setting. Nova and Sheyenne both participate in karate and cheer. These sisters would like a home with a “mommy and daddy.” Both are open to having more siblings and animals in the home. They have connections in their current community and are active in the church. Nova and Sheyenne would do best in a family willing to support their sibling bonds and keep them engaged in extracurricular activities.
Ready to take the next step?
Learn more about Nova and Sheyenne and the adoption process by contacting NOAS’ Intake Specialist at 800-686-6627 ext. 126 or email us at email@example.com
Other Ways To Help Waiting Children
Become A Mentor To A Local Foster Youth
Ordinary things like forming safe and lasting relationships, problem-solving, goal setting, applying for college, and setting boundaries can be a great challenge for foster youth.
A caring and well-trained mentor can inspire and guide a foster youth ages 12-17, or a former foster youth ages 18-21, to pursue a productive future and reach his or her full potential. Mentor One Who Needs Someone.
Nick Walters, Ignite Mentor Coordinator at 330-980-4505 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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