Aubree, Saniya & Rita

Aubree, Saniya, and Rita are three sisters with a variety of interests and lots of energy! They enjoy doing activities together, and have a strong sister bond.

Aubree, the oldest, is a collector of all sorts of things, but she’s most proud of her “collection” of awards she’s gotten for academic excellence! Through school she’s won two different bikes, a Target gift card, and a bunch of trophies and ribbons! She’s got her very own space to display all the cool stuff she’s won, and she loves to show it off. Aubree is a huge fan of all things China and loves learning about the Chinese culture – so it’s no surprise that her favorite movie of all time is “Mulan” (she could watch that over and over!).

Middle sibling Saniya is the one you want to go to if you need your hair looking its best, or if you need some style advice! She loves doing hair and she can come up with some pretty crazy, fun styles! She says that’s one of the reasons that recess is her favorite time of the school day — she and her friends hang out and work on each other’s hairstyles to make sure they’re just perfect! Saniya also really loves the outdoors; she’d spend a whole day just roller skating around, riding her bike, or just hiking around seeing what’s out there!

When Rita’s around, chances are you’re going to hear her well before you see her, because her laugh always gives her away! You’ve got some good jokes? She’s laughing. You find something funny and you laugh? She’s probably going to laugh at that too! She’s just usually happy, smiling, and having a good time. Rita also knows when it’s time to get serious and put in a ton of effort in school; her test scores went up a bunch this year and she’s proud of the progress she’s made in math!

Aubree, Saniya, and Rita would do well in either a one or two-parent home and would love a forever family that came with brothers or sisters. They hope for parents who are as active as they are and who love to do things together as a family. Whether it’s family trips hiking, or sitting down to play a board game, they just want everyone to be together. Interested families should understand the impact trauma can have on children.


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