- ID #: 210039
- Birth Year: 2014
- ID #:210040
- Birth Year: 2012
- ID #: 210041
- Birth Year: 2011
- ID #: 210042
- Birth Year: 2015
Christopher, Christina, Amberlynn, and Eric are a sibling quartet you won’t soon forget!
If you’re a fan of the great outdoors, then you’ve got a friend in Christopher! With a passion for being in nature, this fellow is happiest when he is exploring in the open air. For this junior angler, a day spent fishing could be the perfect day, and he is also fond of swimming. Christopher gets along well with peers and adults. As a third-grader, he enjoys attending school and learning math.
Get to know Christina! Being a big sister is a sense of pride for this girl, and she is often protective of her siblings. Christina loves drawing, especially if her art includes purple hues. Pizza and fruit are sure to be a hit with her tummy. This girl enjoys being around peers and does well with adults. Christina adores animals and hopes to work with them when she is older. She is now in the first grade.
Amberlynn is an equine enthusiast! If this girl isn’t thinking about horses, she can often be found playing with her dolls or dressing up. Amberlynn enjoys cooking and is bonded to her siblings. She thrives on positive attention and enjoys soaking up one-on-one time with adults. Amberlynn is doing well in kindergarten and gets along great with peers.
Telling jokes is what Eric loves to do! This guy thrives on positive attention and adores interpersonal interactions. When Eric doesn’t have people in stitches with his jokes, running around or cruising on his bicycle are a few of the ways he enjoys passing the day. He also is fond of swimming. Eric is doing well in preschool and adores having tasks to help his teachers.
All family types will be considered for these siblings. We will only accept inquiries on the sibling group, as they will be placed together. Financial assistance may be available for adoption-related services.
For Missouri children, both homestudied and non-homestudied Missouri families are encouraged to inquire; only homestudied families from other states should do so.