Scroll down to learn more about two beautiful sisters who are looking for a loving home! 

This is a female child who was born in March 2003.  She is healthy with normal physical and psychological development.  She is a sibling to the child below and the sisters must be adopted together.

 She is described by her caretakers now as the most studious child they have.  She is very emotionally stable and is generally calm, while also exhibiting a radiant and positive personality to those around her.  She has been able to make many friends at school and hopes to one day have the opportunity to become a teacher herself.  She is very clear about her desire to be adopted and to get the chance to have parents she can rely on forever.  More than anything she wants the chance to make the best she can out of life.

This is a female child who was born in October 2000.  She is healthy with normal physical and psychological development.  She is right on target for her age group as far as her intelligence level, hygiene habits, and her self-service skills.  Although she is not as interested in her studies as her fellow peers, she is a sensitive and shy child who willingly participates in chores and activities in the group home she lives at.  She is ready to be adopted and have a forever family!


Their adoption will require international travel. If you would like more information please contact the KidsFirst office and ask for Inna Pecar at 317-843-2300. We are typically able to provide many pictures, a medical certificate and psychological report, as well as other documentation, about our waiting children.

Head over to our Waiting Child Page to look at more profiles of children who are ready and waiting to be adopted.  This page is password protected to ensure the privacy of our waiting children.  To get access, simply email us at and we will send you the password to enter the page.

For more information on a waiting child, feel free to call our agency or request more information by completing the information request found on our Contact Us page.

AuthorSteven Pecar