These close-knit siblings adore having fun!
This respectful teen is Arvell! Those who know him best describe his level-headed nature, high esteem for his elders, and the desire to help out wherever needed. Basketball is an activity that Arvell plays whenever he can and really enjoys. After a long day shooting hoops, this guy can be found listening to music. If you ask him, blue and gray are the best colors, and hamburgers and pizza are his go-to meals when hunger strikes. Arvell aspires to join the military when he is older. He enjoys school as a ninth grader.
Get to know Rhianna! Prepare to know all the words to “Love is an Open Door,” “In Summer,” and most famously “Let It Go,” as this gal loves watching Frozen. When she isn’t singing along to the movie, Rhianna can be found showing off her best dance moves. She favors the colors pink and purple. Evident in her actions, Rhianna has a genuine love and concern for her siblings. When it comes to meal time, hamburgers and pizza are her top picks. She has positive interactions with adults and peers. Rhianna is doing well in school as a fourth grader.
Meet Destiny! Gear up on Mickey and Minnie Mouse items, as they are her favored characters. She would even choose to become them if she could turn into characters. Pizza is sure to score some points with this toddler. Destiny thinks pink is the prettiest color out there. She is able to form relationships with both adults and peers and is especially close to her siblings.
Arvell, Rhianna, and Destiny would do best in a two-parent, single mom, or single dad family in a rural area; however, their caseworker will consider all family types. We only accept inquiries on the sibling group, who will be placed together. They have important relationships that they would like to maintain following placement. Financial assistance may be available for adoption-related services.
This is a LEGAL RISK ADOPTIVE PLACEMENT.
For Missouri children, both homestudied and non-homestudied Missouri families are encouraged to inquire; only homestudied families from other states should do so.