Meet Jaeden, Miracle, and William: Energetic Siblings Seek Loving Family

Posted 4/9/21

What does adoption mean? For siblings Jaeden, Miracle, and William, it means, “Someone will take care of you.”

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Meet Jaeden, Miracle, and William: Energetic Siblings Seek Loving Family

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What does adoption mean? For siblings Jaeden, Miracle, and William, it means, “Someone will take care of you.”

The trio hopes to take that step together.

Eleven-year-old Jaeden is the oldest. He loves soccer, listening to music, and playing video games. He is closest to his brother, William, who is only one year younger than him.

William is best described as kind-hearted and loving. Like his brother, he likes to play video games, but also enjoys reading and playing with Legos.

Their younger sister, Miracle, is eight and the ringleader of the group. She is super social and loves to make friends. Miracle can often be found dancing, swimming, or enjoying some arts and crafts.

All three siblings are full of energy and life and hope to find a family that is the same. They need a family that will provide structure and is patient with them. The siblings hope their new family will give them the attention they want, and if they have a pet to play with that wouldn’t hurt either.

For more information on children in foster care eligible for adoption, call Aid to Adoption of Special Kids at 602.930.4900, or visit www.aask-az.org.

Editor's note: Ms. Gaieck is a copywriter at AASK - Aid to Adoption of Special Kids. He will be submitting articles regularly to the Daily Independent at YourValley.net in hopes to find children forever families.

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