Mya from Texas
Mya is a sweet and quiet child, who likes to observe others in action. She becomes social once she feels comfortable with new people. Mya enjoys playing on her tablet and has fun playing with her sisters outside in the pool. She also enjoys watching television and gardening with her sisters. Some of her other interests include long drives to the beach, window shopping, and visiting local flea markets. Mya likes to be loving and affectionate towards her caregivers and her sisters. She is interested in swimming, painting, and art. Mya likes to color, complete art projects, read, spend time at the park, and participate in outings. She has a fun time celebrating holidays and being active in church.
Mya, Alinah, Jenissa, Andrea, Martin, and Matthew are ready to find their forever family. Although they have individual interests, they enjoy many activities together such as playing with toys, enjoying the outdoors, and visiting parks and restaurants. The children enjoy celebrating all occasions, having fun times together on trips to the beach and zoo, and love competing with one another in bowling. Martin and Matthew are the youngest of the group and spend a lot of time with their oldest sister, Mya. Mya takes care of them and guides them through their daily activities. Mya is usually in charge when it comes to games or leading in tasks with her siblings. Alinah, Jenissa, and Andrea have a close bond and usually help Mya with caring for Martin and Matthew. Mya, Alinah, Jenissa, Andrea, Martin, and Matthew are close to one another and can usually be found entertaining each other with games and activities.
Mya prefers to be adopted by a two-parent household. She needs a patient family who will provide her with guidance as works to develop appropriate ways to direct her emotions and changes in mood. Mya wants to be adopted with her siblings. She will benefit from a family who is active and will encourage her to participate in community activities, such as sports and swimming. Mya's ideal family will provide her with a structured and stable environment. Her forever family needs to keep her focused and moving forward as she continues to develop positive social skills and work through her feelings.