Esmeralda is a 14-year-old girl from Texas who is hoping to be adopted.
Esmeralda is a bright, thoughtful, and intelligent youth. She has a wonderful head on her shoulders and is very mature for her age. Esmeralda is very athletic and active. She loves to play volleyball and plays very well. She has also been in track, weightlifting, and soccer. Esmeralda has won several athletic awards and loves to stay busy. Her friends are very important to her and so is feeling like she is part of a family. Like many teenagers, Esmeralda enjoys her privacy, but she opens up once she gets to know you better. She works hard in school and knows the importance of education. Esmeralda is definitely interested in going to college and becoming a successful and responsible adult; she makes it clear this is important to her.
Kathy and Esmeralda are sweet sisters who love each other very much and are very protective of one another. They are both very active girls. Although each child is engaged in their own interests, they love to spend time together doing things outside, such as swimming, playing volleyball and soccer, and exploring. Like many sibling sisters, Kathy and Esmeralda bicker with each other at times, but at the end of the day, they know how important they are to each other. Kathy and Esmeralda want to be adopted together with a family that will remain committed to them and support them into adulthood. They both have big dreams and want to go to college.
Esmeralda will do well with either a single mom or a two-parent family. She needs parents who will allow and encourage her love of athletics and staying active. She needs parents that will allow her to maintain contact with her other older siblings, who are very important to her. Esmeralda needs a family that values education and will encourage her in her studies.
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