Kacey was adopted from a South American country along with an older brother in 2014 by a family with 3 older bio children. On paper she is turning 8 in September, but the dentist feels she is closer to 6 than 7. Her 6-year molars came in recently.
Kacey loves any kind of outdoor, hard playing sports. She loves to ride bikes, jump rope, and especially loves to run. She enjoys running hard and fast and finds that it helps her to de-stress and shift her attitude to a more positive place. Her parents say her running form is amazing and she’ll surely be an Olympic runner someday! When Kacey is in a good mood, music is always coming out of her mouth—she loves to sing!
Kacey is homeschooled and about halfway through her first grade year. She knows sight words, and does addition well. She is learning to read. She is very smart. Kacey makes friends and has friends at church and in their homeschool group.
We have lots more information available about Kacey. Please email us back if you would like to see copies of this child’s additional records and learn more about her. Email [email protected]
We cannot place a Second Chance (SC) child into a home that already has children within 2 yrs of the SC child’s age. For Kacey, this means no other children in the home between ages 4-8. We feel that Kacey would do great in a home with a younger child so she can be the older sister. She detests being the ‘baby’ of her current family and wishes to be treated the same as the older children.
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, NY, MO, or DE. If you live in FL please let us know, as there may be additional costs or wait times due to the legal process there.
Adoption is a legal process so there will be costs associated with this adoption. This adoption qualifies for the IRS Adoption Tax Credit.
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