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Please find a new group of four darling siblings that we are currently representing. They are a girl Bozhi born 4-2017; a boy Angel born 8-2015; a girl Zhana – 10-2012; and a girl Silka born 4-1-2008. Our attorney says the children are considered healthy and are all very nice children.
Silka is the oldest sibling. She is a healthy child and she is considered normal for her age physically and neuropsychologically. She is currently a student in the 7th grade. She really likes physics as she says the teacher makes the lessons interesting. Silka has girlfriends with whom she plays. She is sociable and has formed her own circle of friends at the school and Center. She like to read and listen to music. She cleans her room and helps clean the house. She can cook and enjoys doing so. She is hoping to learn to swim this summer.
Zhana – She and her two younger siblings live with foster parents—two sisters and all live in the same house. She is a healthy child and she is considered normal for her age physically and neuro-psychologically. She will be in the 4th grade this Fall. She likes Bulgarian language and literature. Zhana is rather shy but has a group of her own friends. She likes to paint and play games on her cell phone.
Angel – He lives in the same home as his siblings Zhana and Bozhi. This Fall Angel will be in first grade and he is eager to start school. Angel is very smart, calm and sweet little boy. He told us with big details about their trip to the Natural History Museum, where unique exhibition of animal species shown in their natural habitats was organized. He liked the little wolves the most. He likes to play football with his friends and be the goal keeper.
Bozhi – She is said to be a very nice, good and sweet girl. She lives in the same home as Zhana and Angel. She and Angel who share a room are involved in cleaning their room and helping in the garden where the vegetables grow. This fall she will be in the “big” group in the kindergarten (that is the last group before going to school). She likes to play ball and jump rope with other children. Bozhi knows many poems and songs. She has mastered most self-care but needs help with bathing.
I really hope that these sweet children will find their forever family soon. They have emotional connection between them. They need to be in a family environment together with mommy and daddy who love all of them for who they are. They all have their unique and at the same time sweet personalities. They get along! They know that Silka is the oldest and listen to her and respect her as their oldest sibling who took care of the younger siblings during some rough periods of their bio family. This sibling group has 2 brothers- twins placed in a different place about an hour and a half away from the town they live. The children have no contact with one another and have no emotional bond but they can be adopted also as a group of 6. Otherwise the families who decide to adopt the 4 siblings and the twins should declare before MOJ that the children will stay in contact with each other. We hope that the family of these children will find them soon and they will be reunited!
Videos from 6-5-22
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