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Elizabeth

ELIZABETH

The trappings of being a celebrity intrigue Elizabeth. If she had three wishes, she’d want to be a billionaire and be famous, and she’d live in a mansion and “drive a fancy car.” Then she’d travel to Africa where Elizabeth says she’ll “feed the kids in need.” If you want to be famous, you need to look your best, and Elizabeth does just that. “I take pride in my hair and makeup,” she says.
To achieve her celebrity status, Elizabeth wants to become a movie star or author. Elizabeth’s personality matches her celebrity dreams. She’s described as a free-spirited and bubbly youngster who enjoys making others laugh.
Some of Elizabeth’s favorite things to do include singing, dancing, listening to music and watching TV. She not only enjoys going out to eat but also cooking on the weekends. Some of her other favorite things are the color pink, puppies and watermelon and smoothies. Elizabeth likes playing board games such as Monopoly and The Game of Life.
Elizabeth loves swimming and dreams of going to the beach or pool with her future forever family. Most of all, Elizabeth says she hopes for “nice parents who care about me” and will be supportive and let her be herself.Elizabeth not only takes pride in her appearance but also in facing her fears. The result is a young lady who’s very talkative and social and who enjoys helping others. “Elizabeth is a self-proclaimed ‘clean-freak,’” says a person who knows her. “She is adamant about keeping her personal belongings clean and organized and loves to help out cleaning around the house.”
Elizabeth’s forever parents should understand the effects of trauma on a child. “The family should be focused on building Elizabeth’s positive self-image,” says a person close to her. Elizabeth would thrive with structure and consistency. Elizabeth would do best as the oldest child in the home. Finally, her family must be open to letting her maintain contact with her sister.

For more information about or to meet this child, please call the Michigan Adoption Resource Exchange (MARE) at 800-589-MARE(6273).

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