Five Kansas children are looking for one loving family to welcome them into their home so that they can continue growing up together.
The children, who range in ages 2 to 11, are active in their church but other details surrounding the whereabouts or condition of their birth parents aren’t clear.
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Bradley, 11, is a music lover, who the Star described as “shy and quiet” as well as “respectful, sweet and kind.” He excels at math and science, and stays active by playing soccer and tether ball.
Preston, 10, is “energetic” and loves animals. He’s an outdoor enthusiast and takes to fishing and exploring in nature. Like his older brother, he also plays tether ball. Preston is an avid Pokemon fan as well.
The eldest girl, Layla, 8, likes to dance hip-hop. She is “kind and caring” and has plans to help sick and injured animals when she grows up. Layla is both social and a scholar, making friends easily as well as working hard at school. Her favorite sports are baseball and volleyball.
Landon, 6, is all about staying active. He considers himself a fast runner and often challenges his brothers to races, and he plans on becoming a physical education teacher when he grows up.
Olive, the youngest, is a typical 2-year-old and loves being cuddled.
To learn more about adoption, go to AdoptKSKids.org or call 877-457-5430.
The children’s case numbers are CH-7180, CH-7182, CH-7183, CH-7184 & CH-7185
(H/T: The Kansas City Star)
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