- LocationNorth Carolina
- Case #Colette
Sisters Celia and Collette were born in April 2007 and October 2005, respectively. Both are very healthy with typical development and intellect.
Celia is an outgoing, sensitive girl who adapts well to change, respects authority, and loves attention from adults. She enjoys watching movies, listening to music, and helping out with cleaning. Celia communicates effectively with good pronunciation skills, despite a limited vocabulary. She selectively joins group games and activities and has some difficulty making friends; she much prefers the company of her older sister. Celia reacts strongly to perceived injustices and shows stubbornness at times. She is a 3rd grade student in the 2016/2017 school year. Celia manages her personal hygiene and takes good care of her belongings. She desires to be adopted with her sister.
Collette is an introvert with shows appropriate emotions, loves attention from adults, is respectful of authority, and easily adjusts to changes in her environment. She communicates well using correct pronunciation and a somewhat limited vocabulary. Collette willingly takes part in group activities with her peers but favors her sisters company above all. While she often has a strong initial reaction to situations she views as unfair, she is quick to listen and modify her behavior appropriately. Collette attends 5th grade in the 2016/2017 school year. She has a positive view of adoption.
Celia Weight Jan 2017: 45 kg Celia Height Jan 2017: 142 cm
Collette Weight Jan 2017: 38 kg Collette Height Jan 2017: 139 cm
THIS CHILD MUST BE ADOPTED FROM THE FOREIGN COUNTRY OF HIS/HER RESIDENCE.
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