Meet Keyaisa

Smart, funny, and creative, Keyasia has a few things she’d like to share with families. First of all, her favorite holiday is Christmas – partially because of the food and partially because of the gifts. She’d also love her own bedroom, and most importantly, family dinners are a must.

It should be known that Keyaisa always finds the joy in the small things in life. When asked what her favorite thing is, she simply states that it’s the chance to spend time with family. Keyaisa is vibrant, playful, super outgoing, and very thoughtful. For fun, she enjoys shopping, going out to eat, or making slime – something she has a real knack for.

Keyaisa is really talented and enjoys the chance to play around writing stories, singing (which she is great at), making others laugh, and just generally being fun. Keyaisa really values the opportunity to spend time with people who equally enjoy her company. She tends to become a quick favorite of the adults in her life. She’s so friendly and talkative that she can strike up a conversation with anyone.

When it comes to school, Keyaisa is motivated and proud of her grades. She does her best with one-on-one support and attention, and her favorite subjects are math and science.

Keyaisa has a close relationship with her biological brother and would like to maintain that bond throughout their lives, which her future home should support and encourage.

Motivated and inquisitive, Keyaisa is really adept at processing and reflecting her feelings. An adoptive family who can continue to help her build her skill set for the future would be a great addition to her life. More than anything, Keyaisa wants to find where she belongs; to be in a home where she can unpack her bags permanently. It’s not always easy to believe in that future, so Keyaisa deserves a family who can meet her where she’s at emotionally, offer her unconditional love and support, and not pressure her into talking about adoption until she’s ready.

Her team thinks she’ll do well in a family with a strong maternal presence and few other kids in the home – a single mom or two moms would be great, though all families are encouraged to reach out. The team adds that they’d like to hear from compassionate, patient parents who are able to listen to what Keyaisa needs. Overall, she wants a warm welcoming home. She deserves that.

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