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  • Names:
    Breitneie, Marcus, Jalisha and Mikaya
  • Ages:
    19, 17, 14 and 11
  • Genders:
    Female, Male, Female and Female
  • Ethnicity:
    African American
  • Bulletin#
    MO1441

Missouri Children

Breitneie, Jalisha, Marcus and Mikaya's sibling bond is simply undeniable! 

Breitneie is a vibrant and social teen! Though she can be shy at first, she quickly engages herself in getting to know someone new. Breitneie likes to hang out with her friends, talk on the phone and send texts. Shopping and getting her nails done are welcomed activities. Breitneie is a determined highschooler who does well academically and would like to attend cosmetology school after graduating high school. 

Two words that describe Marcus are mellow and outgoing! He's a big fan of playing sports, especially basketball, and can be found shooting hoops at the local YMCA. His other interests include video games, and his desire to have a summer job each year. Marcus enjoys family activities and spending time with those he cares for. This young man aspires to attend college out of state when he's older. 

Jalisha is a lively gal who loves to talk! This girly-girl enjoys having her nails painted and hair done, and loves her time spent participating in drill team. One-on-one time spent with caregivers is heaven for Jalisha. She enjoys attending school. 

Those who know Mikaya best say she's a happy and loving little girl! Playing with dolls, coloring or watching television is where she can be found on any given day. Mikaya never passes up the opportunity to have her nails painted and dress in a pretty outfit. She enjoys attending school and does great academically, and has no trouble getting along with others. 

These children each benefit from counseling, which will need to continue following placement.  The caseworker prefers a two-parent or single-mom Christian family; however, all family types will be considered and will only accept inquiries on the entire sibling group, who will be placed together. 

 

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