NYC Administration for Children&quots Services
Born: 01-31-2003
Age: 11
ID#: P120101622
Race/ Ethnicity: African American
Gender: Boy
Updated: 10-16-2012
Meet our Kids
When you first meet them, Justin and Janyia are quiet, reserved children with big expressive eyes and shy smiles that melt your heart. But when they warm up, they are articulate--even talkative--children with plenty to say. Justin is surprisingly insightful for a child his age and prefers the company of adults to his peers. Janyia is bubbly and sincere and can make friends with anyone. Both children can be dramatic and like to make others laugh at their antics. Like most boys his age, Justin likes sports and video games. His free time is spent on these pursuits as well as drawing and writing. Justinís favorite subject in school is reading because he loves a good story. He is also a good student with passing grades in all of his classes. Justin can be a ham sometimes, telling jokes and funny stories. When he grows up, he isnít sure what he wants to be but it might be in law enforcement because he is very protective of others. Janyia is a ball of energy and always up to play. She spends her free time doing arts and crafts activities and playing with her dolls. Janyiaís favorite shows are SpongeBob and Dora the Explorer. She also likes anything on the Disney Channel. In her kindergarten class, Janyia is excited to be learning about the alphabet. When she grows up, Janyia says she would like to be a princess and have her brother be a prince. Family is extremely important to Justin and Janyia. They are hoping to find a family that can accommodate them together. Both children have made tremendous progress over the past year and are destined for more improvement. But in order for this sibling group to reach their fullest potential, they will need a family in their corner to encourage them with love and support. Ideally, an experienced family with few other children in the home would be the best fit for Justin and Janyia.  Illustration of a Butterfly
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