We are excited to introduce our newest sibling group, Abby and Amy! Abby recently celebrated her 7th birthday. She is a smart, healthy, and considerate girl with leadership qualities. We have many pictures of Abby so be sure to join the group mentioned below! Abby likes offering help to others, has a strong sense of honor, and will often please adults for compliments. She likes to play role-playing games such as pretending to be a teacher or leader. She also enjoys visiting the zoo, although she is afraid of cats and dogs. Abby’s overall development is comparable to children her age and she often receives praises from her teachers. She recently learned to draw star signs and is able to independently write her name in Chinese characters. Abby has no problem sharing and does well taking turns with her peers.
Amy recently celebrated her 6th birthday. She is described as a thoughtful and affectionate child. Amy has given herself the nickname ‘NiNi’ because her sister has a nickname, and she thinks the replication of two sounds is cute. Amy often follows her big sister around and is usually not too far behind her. Amy’s developments are comparable to children her age. She is medically healthy, demonstrates strong self-care skills, and is doing well at school. Recently during a card matching game, Amy was able to count the cards (how many she had won), identify pictures, correctly find its match, and obey game rules. Great job, Amy! Sometimes Amy can present some stubborn tendencies. For example, she often demonstrates strong autonomy, and prefers completing tasks by herself instead of relying on help from others. Lately, her favorite hobby is cutting paper, as she has recently learned the correct way to use scissors. Amy has agreed to adoption and stated she would like to try a new home in a foreign country.
The sisters have primarily resided together since birth and are currently placed in the same foster home. It is expected these two girls will be adopted together. Abby and Amy get along well with each other and we have photos of them playing together. They occasionally argue over sharing toys, etc., but if you’ve ever lived with a sister at that age, you know it’s normal to fight and argue over things. If you are interested in learning more about Abby and Amy, please contact email@example.com for more information! Also, be sure to join our Taiwan Waiting Child Advocacy group on Facebook to see more of their photos and videos!