Siblings Calvin and Florence were born in August 2013 and March 2009, respectively. The children are in good health. Florence has been diagnosed with moderate cognitive delay.
Calvin and Florence were removed from a situation of severe neglect and placed into an institution, where they were later separated into two foster homes. Both kids live in the same town but in different foster families and are rarely together for visits.
Florence is a 9-year-old girl who prefers lessons in music and fine arts. She likes to sing short phrases from a song and to hum. Florence has some difficulty asking and answering questions and voicing her opinion, but she is a compassionate girl who enjoys painting, coloring, listening to music, and spending time with her best friends.
Florence is independent and maintains good personal hygiene and a neat appearance.
Calvin will turn 5-years-old next month. He has no difficulties in crawling, jumping and running and has shown amazing progress since he started kindergarten. This outgoing, friendly boy continues to increase his working vocabulary and he can now speak in short sentences with supportive prompts from an adult.
Calvin has a group of friends at school and willingly joins group games, although he does not always comprehend the rules. He struggles with memorization and finishing tasks on his own but can complete them when he receives assistance. Calvin understands right from wrong, shows good manners, and likes to demonstrate his skills to others. He enjoys drawing, constructing with Legos, listening to music and watching cartoons.
Calvin takes good care of his personal belongings and independently takes care of his personal hygiene.
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.