There are two young brothers who are waiting for their new home! Scroll down to learn more about these wonderful waiting children.
 

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This 13 year old boy is very sociable and friendly. He loves sports, listening to music, and watching TV. He is currently taking Taekwondo lessons. He is extremely close to his little brother (below) and they must be adopted together. These two brothers also have a sister who was originally in the group home with them. She is now expecting her first child, and is married.
 

This little boy is 7 years old, and is brothers with the waiting child above. He is described by his caregivers as active and sociable. He enjoys interacting with his peers and is always eager to participate in group activities. Being the younger brother, he likes to imitate his older brother a lot.

He was diagnosed with a heart condition called Papillosphincterotomy. The group home states that his condition is a mild valvular defect, meaning one of the valves in his heart is a bit tighter. This child does not need any medication or special attention, but he has regular yearly prophylactic check-ups. He runs, climbs, and plays alongside the other children without any difficulties. His prognosis is excellent, and doctors claim that he will grow out of the heart defect in the future.

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 info@KidsFirstAdoption.com 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.


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AuthorSteven Pecar