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This is August, Astrid, Jadan, and Skylla
Meet August! August is part of a sibling group. He is the oldest of his siblings and he is full of energy. August is filled with umph! He needs a home where he can be active and learn how to focus his energy. August is learning how to enjoy his space and understand he does not have to oversee his siblings. August is seeking security and at times struggles with expressing his true feeling/needs. August loves his siblings and needs a family that has space, time, and patience to care for him and his siblings. August does best when he is able to be active and given opportunities to express himself through physical activity. August enjoys being outdoors, playing in water, or going to the local park.
Meet Astrid! Astrid’s favorite activities in school are recess and lunch. Astrid will never pass up an opportunity to play outside with friends. Astrid is loving, caring, and has a lot of emotions. Astrid is working on identifying and expressing emotions. Astrid thrives in an environment that is active and provides opportunity for self-expression such as singing, dancing, running, and yelling. Astrid needs a family that can help her build coping skills and demonstrate healthy emotional regulation. Astrid is part of a sibling group and needs a family that has space, time, and patience to care for all four siblings.
Meet Jadan! Jadan’s favorite activities include playing with others, running outdoors, and talking. Jadan will share his toys and invite others to play with him. Jadan is learning how to identify strangers and set boundaries. Jadan enjoys any opportunity to be social and engage with his peers. Jadan is part of a sibling group and needs a home that has space, time, and patience. Jadan will benefit from an environment that provides consistent reassurance.
Meet Skylla! She is feisty and enjoys getting her way. Skylla thrives in an environment where she is given opportunities to be active and express herself. She is learning how to manage big emotions and understand that sometimes she will not get what she wants. She is caring, loving, and will seek a hug. Skllya needs consistent reassurance and stability. Skylla is part of a sibling group and she needs a home that has space, time and patience to care for all four children.