Siblings Aiden, Penelope and Zoey were born in December 2006, June 2010 and January 2009, respectively. All three children are in good health. Aiden has been diagnosed with mild mental disability. Zoey is typically developing. The little Penelope has some delay in growth – she is so tiny, but physically and mentally, she is doing very well.
These children were removed from a situation of severe neglect and placed into an institution, from which they were later separated into three foster homes. The kids live in the same little town, and they could see each other frequently. Especially in school – Aiden and Zoey go to the same school, and Penelope is in another building situated nearby. The kids reported that they were accepted well in the foster families, and they feel calm and safe there. They are friends with the kids of the foster families, and they have no conflicts with them.
Zoey is a gentle, kind, positive and joyful girl. She respects the authority of adults, follows rules and helps with household chores. Zoey has a group of friends and shows good skills for joint play, as well as independent play. She likes fairytales and watching children’s movies and is passionate about painting and coloring.
Zoey copes well with the requirements of school, where she is a diligent student who regularly completes her homework. She works with a resource teacher, receives speech therapy due to mild difficulties with pronunciation, and has sessions with a psychologist and a pedagogue. Zoey takes good care of her personal belongings and is independent with regard to self-care and personal hygiene skills.
Zoey’s only dream is to live together with her brother and sister.
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.