Birthdate: January 2011 & April 2013
Ayla is a busy little girl who loves to stay active and engage with the people around her; she’s a talker! She has more friends than she can count! If there’s one thing she’s sure of, it’s that she is royalty. Although she hasn’t completely decided what she’s going to be when she grows up, either an inventor, cheerleader, doctor, hairstylist, firefighter, or teacher, she is certain that it will be done in princess fashion and that she’ll definitely be a foster mom as well. In her free time, more than anything, Ayla loves to play dress up. She also loves to read, dance, draw and craft. While Ayla lives for all things girly, she also enjoys the outdoors, particularly gardening, hiking, and looking for small creatures. At just 5 years old, she can read, write, ride a two-wheeler without training wheels, and swim by herself. Most of all, Ayla loves school, her family (biological and foster), and her friends. She is the most appreciative and bubbly little girl around!
Luke is a hilarious and daring little boy. He lives for making people laugh by telling jokes, making silly faces, or dancing like a wild man! Luke loves being outside hunting for rollie pollies, frogs, worms, and salamanders. When he’s feeling particularly adventurous, he goes on bear hunts around the backyard! He sometimes takes breaks to ride his Power Wheels quad or bicycle. On rainy days, Luke plays with his Hot Wheels and trains for hours on end. At just 3 years old Luke knows all of his letters and most all of their sounds, he rides a two-wheeler without training wheels, swims by himself, and can beat anyone in a staring contest! Luke loves being Ayla’s little brother, but he also loves his new role as a big brother to his foster baby sister. Luke plans to be a grasshopper when he grows up, but if that doesn’t work out he’s going to race motorcycles. Either way, he’s going to be amazing!
Ayla and Luke are currently placed in a foster home that is planning on adopting them.
For more information about Ayla and Lucas you can contact their worker Alaina Ondash at (330)996-1794 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.