Meet Carlos, Manny, & Mary
Meet Carlos, Manny and Mary, a sibling set that is sure to bring a smile to your face!
Carlos is a friendly fellow who loves to give hugs! This sweet kiddo’s favorite talent is playing basketball. Swimming is another fun activity Carlos often asks to do, and he plays the violin. He makes friends without a hitch and gets along well with peers. Carlos also has good relationships with adults. Those he is closest to know he is an affectionate child who enjoys snuggles and hugs. Carlos is academically on track for a third-grader.
Manuel, who likes to go by “Manny”, is always up for a game of basketball. He is a talented player and enjoys it when his siblings join in on the fun. When he steps away from the court, Manny relaxes by watching television and playing Fortnite. He gets along well with adults and peers. Manny is described as a good big brother. He enjoys attending school as a ninth-grader. Manny wants to be an NBA player when he grows up. He loves shoes and knows what types of shoes of all the basketball players wear!
Mary has a very happy and fun personality. She loves tik tok, music and dancing! Her light shines when she is whirling and twirling to the music. Mary takes lessons to bring her skills to the next level. When she needs a change of pace, swimming is put into rotation for fun. Closer to home, Mary enjoys spending time creating with arts and crafts. A social girl, he does well with peers and adults. Mary appreciates staying active and is keen on playing outside. She has a close bond with her siblings. It is important for Mary to have a mother in her life. She is now in the fifth grade.
Manny, Mary, and Carlos are members of an American Indian tribe. All family types will be considered regardless of American Indian status. They would do best in a family with a single mom, two moms, or a mom and a dad. They have significant connections they will need to maintain following placement. We will only accept inquiries on the sibling trio, as they will be placed together. Financial assistance may be available for adoption-related services
For families outside of Utah, only those families who have a completed home study are encouraged to inquire.
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