These words all describe Zoe [not her real name and photo], a cute little girl with big brown eyes.
Healthy, good sleeper, prefers to play independently, likes to play with dolls, enjoys listening to music. Diagnosed with moderate cognitive delay.
These words all describe Chloe [also not her real name and photo], another cute little girl with big brown eyes.
Zoe and Chloe live in an orphanage in Bulgaria and are currently awaiting adoption through Lutheran Social Services in Texas.
Zoe and Chloe were born in August of 2004, and one month later were placed in the orphanage. From reports, Zoe has “normal development for her age” with “a rich repertoire of age-appropriate skills and abilities.” In short, Zoe is a well-adjusted six-year-old with excellent physical skills and an active vocabulary. Chloe is less adaptable, but interacts well with her caregivers and peers. As a result of her intellectual delays, she speaks with short sentences and, while well coordinated, runs with a slower pace.
In the orphanage, the twins’ “basic” needs are met: good diet, clothing, shelter, safe and calm sleeping conditions, educational needs, play, walks and trips, and entertainment. Their need for a permanent, loving family, however, is where LSS can help.
We would like the opportunity to tell you more about Zoe and Chloe, and share their true names and pictures with interested families. One very important detail: we plan to place the two sisters together. Email [email protected] or call 800-396-4611 to find out all about the twins, and the other available, waiting Bulgarian children. Learn more about international adoption at www.lsss.org/adoption.