The following information is provided by Wednesday’s Child, an organization that helps Idaho foster children find permanent homes.
Meet 15-year-old Mistee. With a flare for the dramatic, this spirited young lady has hopes of being adopted soon. Energetic, spunky, outgoing, and creative are a few words that best describe her.
Mistee appreciates the finer arts of dancing, singing, acting, and admiring artwork. Though she isn’t currently on a dance team, she would really like to join one. She is very proud to be a part of her school’s drama club and debate team; and if she could travel anywhere in the world, she would go to Paris and Hollywood to admire the amazing art. A family that is ready to embrace and cheer on her vibrant personality will be a great fit for her.
Mistee really enjoys spending time with her friends, and she says that her friends think she’s sweet and that they have a lot of fun together doing art projects and talking about anime. She dreams of going to college and getting an art degree. She works hard on her current schoolwork and is very successful when she puts her mind to focusing on what’s in front of her.
Mistee would do best as the youngest or only child in the home and would thrive in a home with routine and opportunities for her to express her artsy and dramatic sides. Her Permanency Team is open to a two-parent home, or possibly a single-parent family where there is a great support system in place.
Caregivers who are TBRI-trained, or those with a strong understanding of what is needed to successfully parent children who have experienced trauma, will be a wonderful match for her.
Mistee is ready to be adopted soon. If you think that you could provide her with the Forever Home she deserves, inquire about her at www.idahowednedayschild.org or contact Recruitment Coordinator Shawn White at swhit[email protected] or cell 208-488-8989 if you have specific questions.