Renae is a leader and follower. She’s a leader because she enjoys her role as a member of the Girl Scouts. When she gets older, she wants to become either a veterinarian or a teacher. She puts her academic skills on display by earning “A’s” and “B’s” in school and by excelling in math, which she’s most proud of. Renae also is a follower who likes interacting with her Big Sister mentor. She attends church regularly, which is very important to her. Perhaps most importantly, Renae has a case of the Beiber fever, as in Justin, whom she swoons about. In fact, Renae loves all kinds of music and enjoys going to concerts. Renae even has fans of her own who like her bubbly personality and quick smile. “She loves to laugh,” her worker says. Renae’s favorite activities include reading and going outside. If she could visit anywhere in the world, she’d like to travel to Spain, or perhaps an indoor trampoline and amusement park with her future forever family. Since she’s very active in church, she hopes for a family who shares the same interest.
Renae generally gets along well with peers but can struggle when she see’s mean behavior in others. Her new adoptive family should ensure she continues to get the help she needs to deal with her past.
Renae is open to having a single-female parent, a mother and father or two female parents. Her new parents will need patience as Renae learns to trust. She would do best as the youngest child in a home with no older male children. Finally, Renae has expressed a preference for a family who enjoys being active in church just like she does.
For more information about Renae and her big smile and great attitude, contact the Michigan Adoption Resource Exchange at 800-589-6273.