Wednesday’s Child: Delicia

Posted by Heather Sewell on January 22, 2014  /   Posted in Adoption, Adoption Support, Advocacy, Events, Foster Care, Life Coaching, Orphan Care

Delicia, 13, is a beautiful work in progress. She says she likes Gospel, hip-hop, and rock as her go to music. She loves to go places, take pictures and call her friends. She describes herself as part “girlie girl” and part “tom boy”. Delicia likes singing, drawing, and dancing and her best school subject is Science.

Her smile warms your heart although she seems shy when you first meet her.

She also dreams of belonging to an adoptive family with an African American mom, dad, or both. She just wants to have a permanent parent she can depend on. She worries about her future, but trusts that God will give her answers and bless her with a forever family. delicia would like to become a veterinarian. She wants her permanent family to know that she can be counted on to try new things. delicia thrives with one on one attention and calm interaction with adults.

Delicia needs you!

Delicia’s Video was filmed in 2012. Watch it HERE

Every year, approximately 120,000 children are adopted in the United States. Thousands more are still waiting to find their forever home, and Wednesday’s Child Inc. has a way to help. An adoption fair will be held next weekend for anyone who is thinking about adding to their family and is interested in learning about adoption opportunities in the community.

ADOPTION FAIR WILL TAKE PLACE THIS SUNDAY AT THE UofL SHELBY CAMPUS! JOIN OCA AND WEDNESDAY’S CHILD TO LEARN ABOUT MORE CHILDREN JUST LIKE DELICIA, WAITING.

CLICK LINK TO LEARN MORE

Right now, more than 300 Kentucky children are living in foster homes, group homes, and residential centers, waiting for adoptive families. They're not the babies many of us think of when we think of adoption.

Right now, more than 300 Kentucky children are living in foster homes, group homes, and residential centers, waiting for adoptive families. They’re not the babies many of us think of when we think of adoption.

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  1. Carole Nafziger January 22, 2014 1:52 pm Reply

    I just said a prayer for Delicia to find a forever family.

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Wednesday’s Child: Delicia

Posted by Heather Sewell on January 22, 2014  /   Posted in Adoption, Adoption Support, Advocacy, Events, Foster Care, Life Coaching, Orphan Care

Delicia, 13, is a beautiful work in progress. She says she likes Gospel, hip-hop, and rock as her go to music. She loves to go places, take pictures and call her friends. She describes herself as part “girlie girl” and part “tom boy”. Delicia likes singing, drawing, and dancing and her best school subject is Science.

Her smile warms your heart although she seems shy when you first meet her.

She also dreams of belonging to an adoptive family with an African American mom, dad, or both. She just wants to have a permanent parent she can depend on. She worries about her future, but trusts that God will give her answers and bless her with a forever family. delicia would like to become a veterinarian. She wants her permanent family to know that she can be counted on to try new things. delicia thrives with one on one attention and calm interaction with adults.

Delicia needs you!

Delicia’s Video was filmed in 2012. Watch it HERE

Every year, approximately 120,000 children are adopted in the United States. Thousands more are still waiting to find their forever home, and Wednesday’s Child Inc. has a way to help. An adoption fair will be held next weekend for anyone who is thinking about adding to their family and is interested in learning about adoption opportunities in the community.

ADOPTION FAIR WILL TAKE PLACE THIS SUNDAY AT THE UofL SHELBY CAMPUS! JOIN OCA AND WEDNESDAY’S CHILD TO LEARN ABOUT MORE CHILDREN JUST LIKE DELICIA, WAITING.

CLICK LINK TO LEARN MORE

Right now, more than 300 Kentucky children are living in foster homes, group homes, and residential centers, waiting for adoptive families. They're not the babies many of us think of when we think of adoption.

Right now, more than 300 Kentucky children are living in foster homes, group homes, and residential centers, waiting for adoptive families. They’re not the babies many of us think of when we think of adoption.

One Comment

  1. Carole Nafziger January 22, 2014 1:52 pm Reply

    I just said a prayer for Delicia to find a forever family.

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