A note: Phew! I’m baaack! You may have noticed I disappeared and/or slowed down with posts over the past few months. I’ve had a baby girl! She was born in October, and will be 5 months old this month! Anyway, I’m now back to work, Emilia is in daycare, and I’m getting back into the groove of blogging! I play to resume my ‘Find Me Friday’ posts, and continue to update older posts! So without further ado, let’s get into today’s post!
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 featured ‘Find Me Friday’ sibling set is: Michael, Finn, & Felix! The boys live in a Latin American country and are waiting for their family to find them. They are available to married couples, as well as single moms and single dads! They currently have $0 in their FSP – let’s change that!
PD: Brothers Felix, Finn, & Michael (l to r) are together on a rug. Felix sits sucking on a lollipop, wearing a gray sweatshirt, khaki pants, & brown boots; he has dark brown hair. Finn lays between his brothers, wearing a blue track suit & gazing up at Felix; he also has dark brown hair, shaved short. Michael lays next to Finn, hugging his arm & also looking up at Felix, wearing a gray jacket & jeans; he has textured, curly black hair.
*Felix, Finn, & Michael’s Medical Histories
Felix and Michael have no listed diagnoses or disabilities.
Finn has been diagnosed with cerebral palsy with mild associated developmental delay, dorsal scoliosis with generalized muscular atrophy, ligament hyperlaxity, and severe delay in his cognitive development.
Finn, Michael, & Felix’s Education
Felix is too young to attend school; it is unclear whether Finn attends classes, as that information is not given.
Michael’s favorite subject in school is math and physical education, and he needs a little extra work in subjects that involve writing and reading.
Other information About Felix, Finn, & Michael
Michael, Finn and Felix are three brothers who love to play together. The boys would do best in a family that has experience with kids. Their family need to be patient, very loving, and open to spending individual time with each of their kids in order to cover their needs.
Felix, the youngest, is a charismatic 2-year-old who likes playing with balls and running around. He is much of an explorer in the making. He also enjoys watching videos for kids such as Peppa Pig. Felix gets along well with his peers and with adults. He loves demonstrations of affection, such as hugs. He sometimes finds it hard to share his toys with other kids, but is working hard with caregivers to improve. He is a fast learner.
Michael, middle child, is a very active 10-year-old who loves sports, but soccer beyond all. Michael likes to spend his time playing soccer, with marbles or playdoh. He is an animal lover and finds dalmatian dogs the most beautiful of all. Michael is very protective of his siblings; he is the happiest when he gets to spend time with them, and is always looking out for them. Michael dreams of learning how to speak another language and do karate.
Finn, the eldest, is a 12-year-old boy who loves to laugh. He gets especially happy when his brother Michael blows his tummy and makes funny noises, and he loves spending time with him. He likes to eat yogurt, and enjoys when Michael spoon-feeds him.