Meet Ariana & Geneva
Arianna is a very active and confident young girl. Like her older sister, she loves to do back bends, splits, and flips. Arianna is shy and reserved when meeting new people, but once she gets acquainted, she is outgoing, friendly, and curious. Arianna’s favorite subject in school is social studies. She has a huge imagination that needs room to roam. She can articulate very creative stories, and loves to draw and color all the time! Arianna’s favorite color is purple. Arianna is independent and loves to organize her things. She will sing any country or pop music song, and she knows most of them! Arianna has a love for animals, especially cats! She loves to help in the kitchen. Arianna’s favorite food is corn.
Geneva is a caring and enthusiastic girl with a bubbly personality! She is creative and loves fashion. Geneva loves to actively perform back bends, splits, and flips. She aspires to be a US Olympic gymnast or fashionista! Geneva prefers to be outdoors. She likes to take long walks and enjoy nature, especially if she can walk a cute dog. She enjoys playing board games with others. Her favorite game is Candyland. In her spare time, Geneva enjoys cuddling with her unicorn stuffed animal and reading the Twilight book series. Movie nights are the most relaxing for her. She will also sing along to country or pop music with her sister.
Geneva and her sister love to practice TikTok dances and can perform all of them. Geneva will let you know how she is feeling and can express herself very well. Halloween is the holiday where Geneva’s imagination can run wild. She loves to be creative and think outside of the box. Geneva’s favorite quote is by Dr. Seuss and it says, “Why fit in when you are born to stand out?” The team is not considering out of state placements. The girls would like to stay in contact with their brother.
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