Joyauna and  Kejauna
Joyauna and  Kejauna Joyauna and  Kejauna
  • Names:
    Joyauna and Kejauna
  • Ages:
    14 and 13
  • Genders:
    Female and Female
  • Ethnicity:
    African American
  • Bulletin#
    TX14267

Texas Children

"We look out for each other and can't wait to be adopted together with a fun family."

Joyauna and her sister, Kejauna are unique children. They are very close siblings and like to be in control of their surroundings. Joyauna and Kejauna both like to participate in fun adventures together with their family. They cannot wait to be with a family who will help and guide them into adulthood. Joyauna is smart, spontaneous and adventurous. She is a leader and does not hesitate to express her opinion. Joyauna can be bubbly and helpful. Kejauna is bright and candid. She is like a "flickering light bulb", one minute she is talkative and the next she is daring and short on patience. She needs quiet time to herself during these times.

"I'm adventurous and determined."

Joyauna is smart, spontaneous, and adventurous. She is a leader and does not hesitate to express her opinion. Joyauna can be bubbly and helpful and suddenly turn bleak. Academically, Joyauna is an outstanding student. She is active and likes to be involved in many activities. Joyauna sings in the local school choir. Her favorite thing to do is; shopping, eating out, watching movies, singing, and crocheting. Joyauna takes interest in her appearance; she likes to dress in stylish clothes and simple hair styles. She is satisfied with convenience food and does care for healthy food. Joyauna cherishes her younger sister, Kejauna; however, they do need their alone time also.

Her wish is to be adopted by an active and steadfast family. A family who will keep her busy with fun activities


"I love to read."

Kejauna is bright and candid. At times she can be like a "Flickering light bulb"; one minute she can be talkative and the next she is daring or short on patience. She does well when provided quiet time to herself. Kejuana's favorite subjects in school are science and math. She does well academically and does best when challenged because she becomes easily bored in the classroom. Kejauna needs some motivation to try new activities. She has an interest in learning how to cook. Kejauna loves food; she is open to trying all types of food. When she graduates from high school she has a desire to attend college and become a scientist and computer engineer.

Kejauna will do well with a family who provides structure and who will allow her to openly express herself.


Joyauna and Kejauna will do well with a family who will provide structure. The ideal family will be good cooks and allow them to be involved in extracurricular activities that they enjoy. They will thrive in a family that will allow them to express themselves and have great family communication. Joyauna and Kejauna cannot wait to meet their forever family.

 

Child is under Texas Department of Family and Protective Services

 

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