Maria is a 10-year-old girl from Texas who is hoping to be adopted.
Maria Micaela also goes by her middle name of Micaela. She is the baby of the group and enjoys having most of the attention. Maria Micaela loves all things girly. She loves dolls, dressing up, and doing her nails. Micaela is used to be protected by her brothers and being the baby of the group. She loves sibling functions. She also loves exercising with her siblings, as they usually go walking and bike riding on a regular basis. Micaela is a very affectionate little girl and easily trusts and engages with others. She can be imaginative and enjoys being busy and active. Micaela is very highly motivated and has a go-getter personality. Micaela loves her siblings, and is looking forward to a forever family.
Joanna, Jessy, Jesus, Alfredo, Adrian, and Micaela are all genuinely sweet children. They get along well with each other and struggle with living in separate homes. They dream about belonging to a family and living together. Joanna relishes in taking care of her younger brother, Jesus. She likes to play video games with him and will run around outside in the park with him just to see him smile at her. Joanna's favorite sport is basketball and she plays it very well. Jesus enjoys playing with children his age. He loves to be the center of attention. Jessy loves visiting with Joanna and Jesus. He is very loving, and the big brother of the group. Jessy is very protective, and wishes to be together as a family. Jose Alfredo and Jose Adrian have the closest relationship of the group as they are twins. They have similar interest, and both love playing chess, participating in tournaments, playing video games, and doing things as a family. Alfredo is the more talkative and outgoing of the twins, while Adrian is more shy and quiet. Micaela is the baby of the group and loves being the center of attention. Joanna and Jesus take advantage of every visit they have with their siblings to enjoy each other?EUR(TM)s company. They are all sociable and make friends easily.
Micaela will do well with a family who is able to provide her a lot of one on one attention. She needs a family who is able to provide structure and one who can connect with her. As the youngest of the group, she may at times feel isolated. Micaela needs a family who is experienced in parenting. It is important Micaela's family is able to maintain strong sibling connections.
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