Eriuana is a 17-year-old girl from Texas who is hoping to be adopted.
Eri'uana is a typical teen girl who likes to shop, talk on the phone, and hang out with friends. Being the oldest of the sibling group, she has had to learn to take a backseat role as the caregiver to her brothers and embrace being a teenager. At school, Eri'uana has struggled in the past, but recently, her grades have improved through dedication to academic success. Now she is doing quite well in school and was even recently recognized as "Student of the Month" for her positive display of character. Some of Eri?EUR(TM)uana?EUR(TM)s favorite extracurricular activities include volunteering at the youth center and participating in church youth group activities. Church is very important to her. When it comes to interacting with adults, Eri'uana is respectful and talkative once she gets to know someone. She continues to work on speaking respectfully to her peers and not arguing with them.
Eri'uana, Errick, D'ivion, and Errion are a closely bonded sibling group who value family and the moments they create together. As the oldest, Eri'uana tends to take on a caregiver role to her brothers. She has had to learn to put this role on the backseat and embrace being a teenager. Errick is athletic and active. D'ivion is full of energy and likes to talk! Errion is also talkative and is working on trusting others. Errick and Errion are close and protect each other. They have a very loving relationship. Eri'uana, Errick, D'ivion, and Errion have normal sibling rivalries, but they are able to overcome their differences. The children enjoy spending time doing activities as a family.
Eri'uana, Errick, D'ivion, and Errion need a family with lots of patience. Their family will need to be able to provide structure and routine to help the children get acclimated to their new home. Preferably, the family will be experienced and willing to adopt all of the children together. Eri'uana, Errick, D'ivion, and Errion will need to continue to participate in supportive services individually and with their forever family. It is very important for them to stay in touch with their grandmother, so their forever family needs to be willing to maintain this family connection.
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