Piper is quite a creative girl who enjoys making arts and crafts. She also likes drawing and says her favorite color is teal. In addition to being creative, Piper is active and athletic. She enjoys hiking and playing volleyball. On the weekends, Piper enjoys cooking, playing with dogs and going to church. Her favorite after-school activity is baking. Piper’s other favorite things include beef stew for food, fox for animal and Bop It for game. When she spends time with friends, Piper enjoys playing board games and watching TV. This amiable young lady likes celebrating every holiday with family and friends, and she says babies and movies are what make her laugh the most. When she gets older, she wants to become a nurse. Piper also sees a family in her future and plans to have fun with them. When she’s asked the most important thing she wants others to know about her, Piper says, “I like family time!”

“Piper is positive, bubbly, loving, caring, helpful and friendly,” says one of the adults who cares about her most. “Piper is focused on accomplishing her academic goals. She does well in school and her favorite subject is math.”

Piper says she doesn’t care about the makeup of her forever family; she just wants a parent or parents. However, her new family needs to be patient, involved, loving and understanding as she transitions into their home. Her new parent or parents need to be strong advocates for the services that will help Piper function at her best.

For more information about or to meet Piper (C010322), please call the Michigan Adoption Resource Exchange (MARE) at 800-589-MARE(6273).

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