Worthy, Yalia, and Eliav are three close siblings who are ready to find a forever family together!

Posted 10/8/21

Eight-year-old Worthy is an energetic boy who loves sports and playing outdoors. Outgoing and friendly, Worthy looks forward to seeing his classmates from his second grade class and is curious to …

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Worthy, Yalia, and Eliav are three close siblings who are ready to find a forever family together!

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Eight-year-old Worthy is an energetic boy who loves sports and playing outdoors. Outgoing and friendly, Worthy looks forward to seeing his classmates from his second grade class and is curious to know why things are done a certain way.

Six-year-old Yalia wants to be included in everything her brothers do. Like her older brother, Yalia is also outgoing and likes to make friends everywhere she goes. She enjoys playing with her dolls and sitting with her foster family to talk about her day.

Eliav, is the youngest at five-years-old. Active and playful, Eliav is open to trying everything and anything and doesn’t have favorite activities like his older siblings. Like his sister, Eliav likes to tell people about his day and finds excitement in everyday activities.

These siblings are looking for a forever family that will have time to play with them and also keep them busy. They all love being social and having other children around to play with. Ideally, their forever family would be a two-parent home where at least one parent can stay engaged in keeping the siblings active. Worthy, Yalia, and Eliav would thrive in an area where there are lots of other children to play with, or with a family that has cousins that see each other regularly.

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. She will be submitting articles regularly to the Daily Independent at YourValley.net in hopes to find children forever families.

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