A remarkable young womanSelena (9004)
Selena is a remarkable young lady! Eager to finish high school early, Selena obtained enough credits to become a junior a year early. Her hope is to attend college sooner, where she wants to earn a degree that allows her to become a therapist.
Despite her rigorous school schedule, Selena still finds time to do the things she likes best, like hanging out with her friends and watching her favorite movie, “The Notebook”. Selena is also quite creative, and recently took up nature photography. She’s a big fan of reading, and her favorite book is “The Children of Willesden Lane.” And if you weren’t impressed by now: Selena’s an accomplished chef in her own right and may whip up some fancy dishes for you someday (she likes steak and tacos best).
Selena would do well in either a one-parent or two-parent household and does well with children, the ideal home would have children her age or older. She does well with animals and wouldn’t mind a home that came with pets. While Selena will need a slow transition into a forever home, she’ll do well with support, consistent rules and consequences.
Selena wants potential parents to know she loves being around kids. What she wants most in an adoptive home is that a family offers stability, reliability, and support for her various interests and goals. Interested families should understand the impact trauma can have on children. (9004MN) St. Joseph