Alaisha from Texas
Alaisha tends to be on the quieter side when she first meets someone, but eventually opens up. She is a kind girl who likes to make friendship bracelets for her new friends. Alaisha is on the basketball team at her school and is excited for the next season to begin. She likes to entertain her friends with her beautiful singing ability and also loves to sing karaoke. In addition to singing, she enjoys listening to music, especially songs by Bruno Mars. When she grows up, Alaisha plans on becoming a veterinarian. Alaisha wants to have her own pet, so she can care for it on her own. Alaisha has a great appetite and loves all types of foods, especially sweets. Alaisha is independent and strong-willed.
Meet Jonathan, Isabella, Alaisha, Jasmine, and Nathashia! Jonathan is the oldest sibling and is protective of his sisters and looks out for them. He is a great leader and shares his wants and needs for himself, as well as for his sisters. Isabella is the oldest girl in the group, and likes to help her younger sisters with everyday tasks and also help care of them. Alaisha is more independent, but enjoys spending time with her siblings. She tends to hang out more with her younger sisters, but likes to have her own space and privacy. Jasmine and Nathashia are close in age and share a lot of the same interests and qualities. Jonathan and Isabella share a close bond with each other, as they are also close in age and enjoy the same interest in sports and music. Jasmine and Nathashia sometimes joke that they are like twins. They enjoy visiting and going on outings together. All the children like to talk about school and the activities they are involved in.
Alaisha will do well in a family with pets or farm animals. Alaisha does well with other children, but will do best if she is able to have her own room. Alaisha likes her privacy and needs her space to decompress when she is having a hard day. Alaisha wants to be adopted with her siblings and is accepting of having more siblings. Alaisha requires a family that is understanding of her educational needs and accepting of her individuality.