Don’t you think two cute little girls are better than one? Sisters Nina and Inna [not their real names; these are their actual photos] were born in the Haskovo Region of Bulgaria, and lived with their parents until placed in an orphanage due to lack of care at ages 3½ and 2.
The girls are well adapted to their current orphanage, and both are in good physical and mental health. Both have large academic gaps and limited vocabularies – not uncommon for children living in their circumstances. They both show more promise in mathematics. Continuous support and tutoring would go a long way toward advancing their academic progress.
The younger child, Inna, is described as “braver and more of a leader” than her older sis. The reports on both the girls emphasize that “There is a need for constant parental care, patience and love.” Wouldn’t it be great if they were given a chance for these needs to be met?
If you are interested in learning more about Nina and Inna, or other children awaiting adoption in Bulgaria, we would be happy to share additional information with you. Please contact Konnie Gregg by email at [email protected] or call either 512-454-4611 or 800-396-4611.