Fostering in Faith: Antonio, Miguel, Franny, and Bev

Siblings Antonio, Miguel, Franny, and Bev share an incredibly strong bond, making it difficult for them to be apart. Big brother Antonio, 13, loves learning about history and wants to be a successful adult. Although shy, he’s respectful of others, inclusive, and ensures no one is left out of activities.

Friendly and outspoken, Miguel, 12, makes friends easily and hopes to “build things” when he grows up. Both Franny, 10, and Bev, 9, enjoy drawing and other artistic endeavors. Active and social, Franny loves playing with other kids. She wants to be a veterinarian. Bright and confident, Bev has an active imagination and hopes to become an artist.

All four children miss their siblings and often ask when they can visit each other. Naturally, the best home for them would be one in which they can be together.

A two-parent home would be the best place for these beautiful children. They are all so sociable and active, and they would function well in a houseful of other kids and pets.

All four children need a family that will help them grow emotionally and heal from trauma. They need parents who are calm, kind, and willing to love them unconditionally. Each one – Antonio, Miguel, Franny, and Bev – have the talent and personality to become successful adults. They just need someone to nurture them and help them reach their full potential.

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Beth Cormack

Beth is the project manager for the Saint Francis Ministries Marketing and Communications team.

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