Dylan is so darn adorable. He came into the room sporting his little jeans and plaid button up shirt - full smile, with the tiniest hint of a dimple, and the most adorable ears! Ok so he stole my heart… He is petite but don’t let that fool you. He is full of laughter and fun!
What a doll! Darla is a 3 1/2 year old, quiet, shy, sweet bundle of sunshine with a smile that can melt even the hardest of hearts. We had the pleasure of meeting her on our recent Superkids trip. She walked into the room with a cute little outfit & special hair bow, gummy bears in hand and b-lined it straight for the little red car. Her caregiver said that the car is one of her favorite toys.
Lily is 6 and she wants to tell you all about herself.
Holden was one of the younger kids the advocacy team got to meet. He seemed very excited to meet us and explore all the toys we brought with us. He played a little bit with play doh, being very fascinated with how it felt in his hands. His favorite toy was a little recorder that would play music and had a microphone to sing along with it. He loved showing off his skills and showing others how to use it, especially those on the advocacy team. He did not hesitate to plop on our laps and sing along to a song on the recorder. He, also, enjoyed reading some books and was having fun pointing and laughing at the pictures. And boy can his laughter spill over and be contagious.
Hunter was a 9 year old boy the advocacy team got to meet. He was very shy and reserved on the first day. When we tried to find out why we were told he was embarrassed by his hand. He sat back most of the morning and just seemed to take everything all in and check us out it was not until after lunch he opened up.
Harper is another little girl the advocacy trip got to meet. She was very shy the first day the team was with her and it might have been because her foster mom was with her the whole time. You could tell she was very attached to her foster mom, hugging and sitting on her lap almost the whole day. Her foster mom did tell us that she is a nice, sweet girl who can write with both her left and right hands. She added that she is very independent and a happy little girl.
Haley is another kid that the advocacy team got to meet. She was a little reserved at first and it took a little while to warm up but once she did her spunky personality shined.