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We are excited about the update we just received on these beautiful sisters. The update is from April 6, 2023.
Both girls were visibly relaxed although at times a little anxious when answering questions. Izzy shares her room with another girl, a year older than her. Her room looked welcoming and colorful, with cheerful covers on the beds. Angie’s room was less colorful but she lives with two other girls, one being her close friend. One of the main duty of the girls is to tidy their rooms and keep them clean. Izzy’s favorite food is meat moussaka (a traditional meal with minced meat and potatoes). Both girls like to drink cola as well as juice. Izzy’s favorite artist is a pop-folk singer. Angie doesn’t have a preference for music yet, but from the movies she likes the one about Pepper Pig very much. Both like to play with friends and go outside, especially Izzy, who is older and therefore has more freedom. They like to play hide and seek outside. They also like to watch TV.
Izzy is in the 8th grade, and her favorite teacher is her class teacher, who also teaches her country language. Her favorite subjects are language and Mathematics, and these are her favorite teachers. She doesn’t like biology. Angie also likes her class teacher. She has friends at school. Her favorite subject is drawing. At school, both girls have friends, and Izzy said that she often goes out with them after school, as well as with some of the children from the Center.
Both children study English at school but do not have much knowledge on the language. Both girls wish to be adopted and have a family. They would be happy to have other children in their family. They are aware that they would have to learn another language. They would also love to have pets, as Angie would love a dog and Izzy a cat. A mentoring program has been created at the Center, i.e. a particular adult forms a more special bond with a particular child. According to information from the social worker, both Izzy and Angie get along well with their mentors. The social worker also added the girls are calm, nice kids who get along with everyone and don’t cause trouble. In general, both sisters maintain good contact with all the people from the staff.
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Video – 4-6-23
We are excited to be advocating for these two beautiful sisters. Izzy was born April of 2008 and Angie was born May of 2014. We will be receiving updated information and videos very soon so keep your eye on the photo listing! Izzy is considered clinically healthy and normal for her age in her physical and neuro-psychic development. Angie is also considered clinically healthy and normal for her age in her physical and neuro-psychic development.
Izzy is in the 8th grade and she really enjoys attending school and does well with her studies. She demonstrates preferences for people close to her. She shows a mostly positive emotional attitude towards adults and peers. She willingly participates in arranging and cleaning her room. Izzy expresses curiosity. She tries to help everyone and be empathetic. She willingly joins in the housework. Izzy is completely independent in terms of bathing and morning and evening dressing. She takes care of her own belongings. She understands money and can make a purchase in a store. Izzy expresses a willingness to be adopted.
Angie attends the second grade. She works well with the study material. She writes very carefully and she knows how to read. She can add and subtract and knows the multiplication table. She willingly attends classes. Angie is said to be a calm child. She names and orders the days of the week. She knows the clock. Angie acts as the leader of the group. She likes to assert herself among the other children. She demonstrates preferences for people close to her. She knows and observes basic hygiene norms. She willingly participates in arranging and cleaning her room. Angie is an inquisitive child. Her favorite activities are putting together a puzzle and playing on the computer. She expresses a willingness to be adopted.
We believe these girls would make a happy addition to any family.
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