In this series, each Friday, I want to share a different child or group of children with you who are available for adoption and listed through the adoption advocacy website Reece’s Rainbow. All the kids who are listed on RR from Sarah’s Covenant Homes, India, the focus of my previous posts, have been posted about, so now I am focusing on a few kids or a sibling group listed on the site each Friday going forward. When more SCH kids are listed, I’ll continue to feature them!
Please note that the names used on RR are usually not the childrens’ real names, and their real names will only be shared with seriously interested families in order to protect their identity.
Today’s first and second featured ‘Find Me Friday’ children are: siblings Molly & Mason! At the time of their listing, Molly was 6 years old and Mason was 8. They live in an Eastern European country and are waiting for their forever family to find them! They are eligible to be adopted by single moms, older parents, and large families!
We are eligible for a $2,000 Grant! This grant is offered by Reece’s Rainbow for children in this specific country. Grant funds are dependent on available funding.
PD1: Mason wears a red button-down shirt and jean shorts w/ sandals. He smiles at the camera, holding a jump rope in both hands. The photo is far away, but he appears to have sandy blonde hair.
PD2: Molly wears a light blue dress w/ ruffles across the chest & matching headband w/ sandals. She holds a jump rope over her shoulders in both hands, smiling toward the camera. Molly has sandy-blonde or light brunette hair.
Molly & Mason’s Medical History
Mason has allergies to peanuts and dust, for which he takes medications daily. Both Mason and Molly have delays due to lack of education prior to coming into care. Both have their disabilities classified as disorder in school delays.
Mason & Molly’s Education
Before entering their current group home, Molly and Mason rarely attended school and did not have any type of academic foundation. Since being placed in a group home, they have attended school regularly and worked with specialized teachers to obtain academic skills they previously missed. After a year of intense work, Mason now only requires additional support in math. Molly only requires additional support in language classes, both native language and English classes.
Other Information About Molly & Mason
Mason & Molly lived with their birth family until 2017, when their father died. Their mother placed them in a group home and stated she had no desire to continue caring for them. The children are very bonded to each other and live together in a small family-style group home. Both enjoy playing outside and drawing. They get along well with the staff and other children.
Photos and video are available through their agency! For more information on these children, email email@example.com
Today’s third featured ‘Find Me Friday’ child is: Cora! She was born in 2009, lives in an Eastern European country, and is waiting for her forever family to find her. She is eligible to be adopted by single moms, older parents, and large families!
I am eligible for a $2,000 Grant! This grant is offered by Reece’s Rainbow for children in this specific country. Grant funds are dependent on available funding.
PD1: Cora sits at a school desk w/ a whiteboard behind her in the background. On her desk is a worksheet & she holds a pen in her hand, engaging w/ the camera w/ a slight smile. She wears a purple Elsa from Disney’s Frozen t-shirt w/ pink winter coat over top. Cora has beautiful, curly dark hair pulled into a ponytail & big, brown eyes.
PD2: Cora stands in front of a bookshelf next to a plant, wearing her Elsa from Disney’s Frozen t-shirt, pink winter jacket, jeans, & white shoes. She looks at the camera with a neutral expression.
Cora’s Medical History
Cora is autistic has been diagnosed with atypical autism (2017). She displays developmental delays, some stereotypical movements, and difficulty with eye contact and social interactions. Her caregivers attribute her learning delays to early neglect (this sounds much like institutional autism to me, so a prospective family should be prepared and knowledgeable about both types of autism). She has no physical disabilities.
Other Information About Cora
Cora currently lives with a foster family. She attends to the bathroom independently and feeds herself. She is described as a happy child who has a contagious smile and laughter.
For more information on this child, email firstname.lastname@example.org