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Siblings seek ‘forever family’

7 available for in-state group adoption

First Posted: 1:31 am - August 10th, 2015

Contributed photo Siblings Mark, Shannon, Robert (Clayton), Early, Harley, Abel and Shelby are shown from top to bottom, left to right. The children are seeking an adoptive family.
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For information on adopting Mark, Shannon, Clayton, Harley, Early, Abel and Shelby, contact Heather Boyles of the S.C. Department of Social Services’ Division of Adoptions at heather.boyles@dss.sc.gov or call the Region II Division of Adoption Services office in Columbia at 888-711-7095.

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Social workers are seeking a family to adopt a group of seven siblings who want to remain together in their permanent home.

Mark, Shannon, Robert (Clayton), Harley, Early, Abel and Shelby have a very close bond with each other and they long to be together. This dynamic sibling group is very caring toward one another and enjoy spending time together.

Some of their favorite things to do together are playing games and playing outside. Each has his or her own unique and different personality. Although they do experience some sibling rivalry at times, they are very protective of one another.

Mark is an expressive child who wears his heart on his sleeve. He is known to be compassionate and protective of his siblings. Mark enjoys running around outside and creating things with art supplies. Mark also enjoys playing board games and swimming.

Shannon is a kind-hearted child who will help out others when she can. She loves to learn about science and math. Shannon enjoys every moment she gets to spend with her siblings. Shannon has recently started to enjoy reading and has found many books that she likes. Shannon also enjoys taking care of animals and has learned how to care for animals with high medical needs.

Robert, who goes by Clayton, is energetic and playful. Clayton enjoys using his imagination and creates forts, play shops, model cars and so much more. Clayton also enjoys playing with dogs and will jump at the opportunity to take them for a walk.

Harley is a down-to-earth child who really goes with the flow of the day. She enjoys riding her skateboard and playing outside. Harley enjoys art and has created some phenomenal pieces out of clay.

Early is all-boy. He enjoys running and jumping. Early is one who likes to play kitchen or play with his trucks. He is a burst of energy and is always trying to learn new things. Early is rarely seen without Abel.

Abel is known to be shy when he first meets you, but he opens up quickly. Abel is one who will follow Early around and try to learn the things Early is doing. Abel is a sweet child who loves to receive and give hugs and kisses.

Shelby is known to be shy at first, but she does open up quickly, especially if you are talking about Elmo. Shelby enjoys playing with her siblings and other children. Shelby also enjoys being read to.

These seven children need parents who are knowledgeable and understanding of how much time, patience and consistency it takes to parent such a large sibling group. They also need an adoptive family who can provide unconditional love, support and guidance.

The siblings have all said that they want to remain together in their forever family.

These children are not legally free and cannot be placed out of state, officials said. Their social worker is only considering South Carolina families for adoption at this time.

For information on adopting Mark, Shannon, Clayton, Harley, Early, Abel and Shelby, contact Heather Boyles of the S.C. Department of Social Services’ Division of Adoptions at heather.boyles@dss.sc.gov or call the Region II Division of Adoption Services office in Columbia at 888-711-7095.

Contributed photo Siblings Mark, Shannon, Robert (Clayton), Early, Harley, Abel and Shelby are shown from top to bottom, left to right. The children are seeking an adoptive family.
http://thecherawchronicle.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_siblings.jpgContributed photo Siblings Mark, Shannon, Robert (Clayton), Early, Harley, Abel and Shelby are shown from top to bottom, left to right. The children are seeking an adoptive family.
7 available for in-state group adoption

WANT TO KNOW MORE?

For information on adopting Mark, Shannon, Clayton, Harley, Early, Abel and Shelby, contact Heather Boyles of the S.C. Department of Social Services’ Division of Adoptions at heather.boyles@dss.sc.gov or call the Region II Division of Adoption Services office in Columbia at 888-711-7095.

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