Siblings Keneth, John, and Chris were born in July 2006, June 2009, and November 2010, respectively. All three children are in good physical and mental health.
These children were removed from a situation of neglect and placed into an institution, from which they were later separated into two foster homes. The kids are living in nearby situated villages and see each other frequently. Keneth is in one foster family and John and Chris are in another one. They feel calm and safe there and have made friends with the other children in the foster homes.
In the 2018/19 school year, Keneth will be a student in the sixth grade at the local village school. He is kind and enjoys going to school. He also attends bagpipe lessons and has shown perseverance and interest in music. His foster parents are very proud of his progress.
Keneth does regular chores around his home, and he can make his own food. Although he does not comprehend adoption, Keneth affirms that he wants to live with his younger brothers.
John is in third grade at a public school in the local village. John works hard and has had noticeable improvement in his reading skills over the past year. He is nimble and mobile. And likes to play various sports, like running, folk ball, football, and more. John is independent in his self-service skills and independently maintains good personal hygiene and a neat appearance.
John does not worry and freely replies to questions related to adoption. He is persistent in his desire to have a new family and expects this to happen soon. He realizes he cannot stay forever with his foster parents and often asks when Mommy and Dad will come. He said that he wants to have a big family where everyone is loved and respected.
Chris is the youngest child and is currently in second grade in the public school. He recognizes letters, reading and math are a challenge for him. During the school year, he works with a resource teacher.
Chris actively participates in games with his friends, and he prefers games related to physical activities – playing tag, football, etc. Sometimes he joins with his friends as they play pretend – in the role of a police officer or a criminal, for example. When he is alone, prefers to ride a bike or play with his tablet. Chris’s only dream is to live together with his brothers in a loving family.
These siblings urgently need a warm and caring forever home with parents who will show them the love, protection, and encouragement they have never known.
If you would like to find out more about children available for adoption in Bulgaria, contact Upbring International Adoption: email [email protected]. You may also call 800-396-4611 and ask to speak to the International Adoption team.