It is a pleasure to introduce the dynamic duo: a sibling group of two girls.
Nora is a content, sweet, and pleasant young girl. She has an easy to please demeanor and loves being social. Her favorite activities include playing with balls and being outside. Just like her sister, she is very family oriented and loves to be included in daily activities. Nora has a passion for music and gets quite excited when her favorite songs come on. She also loves anything soft, especially cozy blankets. Nora is able to communicate effectively with verbal and non-verbal cues. She absolutely loves school and does well there.
Ava is a sweet, polite, and kind little girl with a spunky personality. She is very active and loves spending time outside. This social butterfly has a friendly demeanor and loves playing with her friends. When she is not outside running around, she likes to play with her dolls or watch her favorite television show, SpongeBob. Ava has a creative imagination and is very family-oriented. She enjoys books, music, and taking day trips or vacations. Ava says her favorite foods are pasta, potatoes, and cinnamon rolls. She definitely has a sweet tooth and says her favorite candy is Hershey Kisses. Ava is passionate about animals and hopes to one day have a pet of her own. This beautiful little girl is very bright and articulate and hopes to one day become a police officer to help others. Ava enjoys school as she is very accepting, has a kind demeanor, and gets along well with her peers.
Both Nora and Ava enjoy going to church and love the company of others. They also love the companionship of pets, any kind!
These two girls are so friendly and will absolutely steal your heart. Nora and Ava would do well in a two parent family who can provide structure, patience, and commitment, which they need and deserve. A family willing to help maintain birth family connections would also be a great gift to these siblings as well as involvement in extra-curricular activities to help boost self-esteem and social skills. It would also be awesome if the girls could be in a home with other siblings, as they do very well with other kids.
Parental rights have not been terminated for Nora and Ava.
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