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Gift of Love: Natasha

The sock monkey wins, as Natasha decides what she'd like to create at Pottery cafe.

Natasha is strong-minded and fearless, she is not a child to shy away from a challenge. As for school, Natasha has two favorite subjects.    

"Science and Reading," Natasha said.

She loves doing experiments in science. Natasha is a bright child, and capable of working on target for her age, but is easily side-tracked with impulsive or disruptive behaviors in the classroom. She'll need assistance at school to help her stay on track and focused. When she's not at school, Natasha enjoys playing with her dolls and watching television.  

"Watch T. V., color and play," Natasha said.

iCarly is one of her favorite shows. She also likes to listen to music. 

Her favorite singers include, "Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez," Natasha said.

Natasha would benefit from team sports or one on one activities to help her channel her energy while building her self-esteem.  When she grows up her dream is to become a veterinarian. 

"A veterinarian because I like pets. What are your favorite animals or pets? Weiner dogs!" Natasha said, "and I like parrots because they can talk."

Natasha would love to go to sea world so she can see the dolphins and seals. She would also like to take a trip to Florida with her forever family.
     
Natasha says she would love a younger brother and older sister. But most importantly, she hopes that someday soon she will find a family that will show Natasha the Gift of Love.

If you'd like to know more about Natasha call our Gift of Love Hotline, Toll-Free, 1-888-KIDS-275.

 

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