Meet Kyrie

We're excited to highlight Kyrie through our In-Depth Profiles, an NWAE project that engages youth, and the adults who advocate for them, to share directly with potential adoptive families. Learn more about In-Depth Profiles™.

Her essential toy: My Little Pony
Loves to: Play in the water
Always says yes to: Ice cream
An ideal home: Patient, consistent, supportive

CImaginative and creative, Kyrie is a magical kid who deserves the love and support of a permanent home. She's a creative world-builder who loves My Little Pony. In fact, she can't get enough of it: dolls, toys, movies, the tv show, you name it. Her list of favorites grows long: watching movies, going for ice cream outings, dancing, swinging playing in the water, and on, and on, and on!

Kyrie's teacher, Anna, shares about what a thriving future can look like for Kyrie.

Having adults around to help her navigate interactions is really helpful. If she's in the mood, she enjoys asking others to join her in play and shaking out some of her energy. Kyrie really savors bringing others into her world and knowing that she is heard and listened to. The bonds she makes with the people she trusts are really essential to who she is!

With extra time and support from her teacher and mentors, Kylie does well in her educational structure. Being at school with her teachers is a great thing for Kyrie. Her teacher, Anna, has gotten to know Kyrie really well and shared in videos throughout this page to help others get to know her. She sees Kyrie dance, draw, joke, write, and share every day. Giving Kyrie structure, expectations, choices, and patience is key to caring for her well.

Collage of Kyrie dancing and smiling.

When you're with Kyrie, she brings the creativity. She loves to move and has a flair for the dramatic!

Kyrie has a really close relationship with her great grandparents and would like to maintain that bond throughout her life. A future home who is supportive of those bonds will be essential.

An experienced and supportive future family who has plenty of time to spend with Kyrie will be the best fit for her. Kyrie deserves a home who can provide firm reminders and help her set boundaries when she needs them. She deserves consistency and the long-term care of people who will help her thrive and be herself.

Kyrie's growth is fun to watch and her teacher Anna shares what helps her succeed.

Kyrie would do best as an only child or with one or two much older sisters in the home. Kyrie also really likes animals and in the past has benefitted from spending time with dogs and horses, both which are great at helping her work through her emotions. She talks about dogs all the time and would be open to living with a family who can teach her more about loving and caring for pets.

If you can see Kyrie in your family, please reach out to us! We’re excited to find her the permanent family she deserves.

Kyrie smiling with her arms crossed. Her advocate says she thrives with good connections.

Could you see Kyrie as part of your family?