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Ja’Vone, Ja’Quone, & Caprice’Ana

Ja’Vone, Ja’Quone, & Caprice’ Ana

Ja’vone considers himself a nice and caring person. He enjoys playing video games, but also likes to stay active playing sports. He especially likes basketball. He loves dogs because they love you back and protect you. Ja’vone would like a caring and supportive family willing to adopt him and his twin brother, Ja’qone, and his sister, Caprice’ana. If all the siblings cannot be adopted together, he wants to stay in close contact with them.

Ja’quone says his best trait is that he gets along well with others and has good friends. He enjoys playing basketball and staying active. He would like to travel one day, and maybe even be a truck driver so he can see a lot of the country. He would like to be adopted with his twin brother, Ja’vone, and his sister, Caprice’Ana. If he can’t live with all his siblings, he wants to stay in close contact with them.

Caprice’Ana is a friendly and out-going girl who knows her own mind. She loves to sing and dance. She likes school and her favorite subject is math. She describes herself as sweet and kind. She would one day like to travel around the world. Caprice’Ana would like to have a family that is kind and goes to church together. She loves her brothers, but would really like to have a sister too.

Ideally, Caprice’Ana and her brothers, Ja’vone and Ja’quone will be adopted together. If not adopted together, they will need to maintain contact.

Ja’Vone, Ja’Quone, & Caprice’Ana are siblings in the state of Mississippi who hopes for adoption. For more information, please contact the Mississippi Department of Child Protection Services at (601) 359-4368.

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