- LocationNorth Carolina
- Case #Gesine
Gesine was born on September 2002 and is a healthy, typically developing teen. She lived with her birth family until July 2015 at which point she was placed into a foster home, due to a death in her biological family.
Gesine's foster parents are an elderly couple that lives in a small village. Gesine calls them grandma and grandpa and helps them with household chores. During the school week, Gesine stays with a roommate in the city where she attends a high school for Culinary Arts and Tourism. Gesine attends this school by her own choice and is an average student who receives mostly Bs. Among other subjects, she is studying English and Russian as foreign languages.
Gesine is a well-behaved, kind, and humble girl who easily interacts with others and who has many friends. She enjoys listening to music, playing on her Smartphone, and spending time with babies and toddlers. She understands adoption and knows about America mostly from the Disney Channel. She would do well in an adoptive family that can respect her strong ties to her birth country and help her maintain those important cultural connections.
THIS CHILD MUST BE ADOPTED FROM THE FOREIGN COUNTRY OF HIS/HER RESIDENCE.
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