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TYYONNA & TYEESHA

Ages 5 & 3

These two adorable sisters are constantly smiling, laughing and enjoying life to the fullest. They love pretty much everything but their favorite activities include playing at the park, sliding down the slides, going to the beach and playing in the sand. Tyyonna and Tyeesha also enjoy doing crafts, drawing and watching cartoons. They are “girly girls” and love getting their nails and hair done. Tyyonna recently received an Outstanding Achievement award at school. Tyeesha communicates through sign language but is beginning to develop her language and learning new words.     

These two beautiful little girls are incredibly resilient and strong despite being medically fragile. They need a loving, warm and committed family that will ensure all their developmental and medical needs are met and a family that will shower them with affection and give them the opportunity to experience new and fun things. 

Photograph by
ZEENA GREGG
Zeena Gregg Photography
www.zeenagregg.com

Intallect_and_Knolledge

INTALLECT & KNOLLEDGE

Ages 9 & 7

This is a sibling set of two sisters. They enjoy each other's company and have a special sibling bond. Although they are not currently residing together, we are searching for a family that could provide a home for both girls so that they can grow up together as siblings. 

Intallect (who prefers to be called Inta) is an active 9-year-old who recently completed her first level of karate. She is really enjoying the sport. She is slow to warm up to unfamiliar people, but once she warms up, you better be ready because she will challenge you to a go-cart ride and win! Inta has difficulty in school, but with assistance in the classroom, she is sure to catch up.    

Knolledge (who prefers to be called Knolly) is an active 7-year-old who appears personable and spunky the minute you meet her.  She is well liked by her peers and teachers at school due to her positive attitude and great energy. Knolly is a good student in school and enjoys reading. Although Knolly uses a wheelchair for mobility, she does not let her challenges limit her. Knolly is a proud little girl who appreciates the little things and loves life. 

These bonded siblings need a family that can provide fun, enriching activities that support their interests. The children would benefit from a family that is active, nurturing, and can advocate for the children’s medical, social and educational needs.

Photograph by

EVAN YOSHIO YAMADA

Evan Yamada Photography

www.evanyamadaphotograpy.com