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Melba from Texas



from Texas

Melba is a funny, energetic teenager who likes to go by "MJ". MJ is an aware young lady who will appear timid when first meeting someone, however once she is comfortable, she loves to talk and will open up. She can vocalize her needs and desires. She enjoys laughing and spending time around other people. MJ has participated in school activities in the past and loves to write and draw. MJ enjoys playing sports and specifically loves to play volleyball and basketball. MJ has goals for the future and has expressed interest in helping children. She would like to one day become a caseworker or police officer. She makes friends easily and enjoys talking with distant friends on social media. In her spare time, she likes to do arts and crafts.

Daniel and Melba are brother and sister who are very close in age. Despite their close ages, they each have very different personalities while still maintaining some similar interests. Daniel loves taking on his big brother role and is protective of his younger sister. Melba tends to want to be the big sister and frequently attempts to portray herself as being older. They are extremely bonded to each other. Both kids enjoy laughing and playing games together, but they especially enjoy teasing each other. The siblings have a close connection with one another. Daniel is more introverted than his sister is and loves playing sports and spending time outdoors. Once he gets to know you he easily becomes your friend, he does not hesitate to express his love and affection to you. Melba is a very social child; Melba is easily engaged and loves making new friends. Melba loves reading books and being on social media. She enjoys sports, especially basketball. The siblings personalities are very complimentary of one another and make this sibling group so much fun.

MJ's forever family will be one who offers patience and consistency, along with careful supervision. Her family will commit to allowing MJ a safe place to express herself and continue to allow contact with her biological family. Her family will be able to give some one-on-one attention but also know when to allow her some independence. She thrives in a consistent, rewarding and structured environment.

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