Adele – Placed


Meet Adele!
*Adele is 11. She was adopted 7 years ago US foster care.

Adele is reported to be a happy, social, outgoing child shows empathy toward others. She loves to be active—swimming, playing outside, and helping muck out stalls in the horse barn. She also likes to color and play board games. She likes to read, especially books about animals. She likes Nancy Drew Mysteries too. She reads at grade level and comprehends well what she reads.

Adele sleeps well at night, and enjoys having a few extra minutes in the evening to read and write in her journal before bed. Adele enjoys participating in chores at home, and especially loves farm animals. In school, Adele gets mostly B’s and C’s. We have her report card from 2014/15 school year that we will send if you’d like to see it.
Adele deserves a fresh start with a new adoptive family. Are you that family? We would love to tell you more about her, we have additional records we’ll send you if you write us at [email protected] and ask for Adele’s additional info.

We are hoping to find a new adoptive family with no children ages 10-14. A family who has a couple of younger children would be perfect! If you have had prior older child adoption experience and a child closer in age, we may make an exception to the age rule—please write to us.

This is a private adoption, so a state or foster home study might not work. A state authorized private domestic or international home study is generally required. Due to state laws, we are not able to place this child in CT, MA, MO, NY or DE.

Adoption is a legal process so there will be costs associated. This adoption qualifies for the IRS Adoption Tax Credit.

Contact us at [email protected]

*not this child’s real name: we never use the child’s real name online to help protect his/her privacy!


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