About Emila, Peter, Anthony:
These three siblings want to grow up together!
Emila is smart, independent, motivated, and caring. This girl likes to spend her days longboarding and daydreaming. Yellow, purple, black, and royal blue are just a few of her favorite colors. Emila is a talented singer and dancer. It should come as no surprise that she loves to listen to music too. Emila finds joy in reading. Sweet plantains, jasmine rice, noodles in a cup, chicken alfredo, and gelato make her stomach happy. Emila is a true animal lover who favors frogs, lizards, dolphins, elephants, and butterflies. Becoming a cardiologist is her dream for the future. Emila does well with adults and has a few close friends. She is in the eighth grade. Reading, history, and science are her favorite subjects.
Peter is a talented soccer player and is sure to show off his skills. An ideal day for Peter is spent going to church, followed by a trip to the park with his siblings. When Peter has downtime, he likes placing his toy cars on the shelf to admire them. A food lover, Peter would dive into hamburgers and Sprite if available. Red is his favorite color, and crocodiles are his most liked animal. Ice Age and Paw Patrol characters are cool to him. Peter is in the sixth grade.
Singing is a talent that Anthony is happy to show off. He loves it so much that he has expressed interest in performing in the talent show at school. Anthony loves to watch sports with his brother when he isn't singing a tune. If the weather is right, you can find him playing outside and going on hikes. Attending church is something he enjoys. Anthony does well with peers and has fun playing with them. He is now in the second grade.
All family types will be considered for this sibling group. They have significant connections to maintain following placement. We will only accept inquiries on the sibling group, who will be placed together. Financial assistance may be available for adoption-related services.
For Nevada children, both home studied and non-home studied Nevada families are encouraged to inquire; only home studied families from other states should do so.