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Chloe and Alba

Chloe and Alba are sweet little sisters aged just 5 and 7 who we are trying to find a forever family for.

These lovely little girls haven’t been in foster care for very long but with their foster carers’ love and support, they are really growing in confidence.

Chloe likes football and swimming and enjoys being the centre of attention. She’s a natural performer and can often be found singing and dancing around the house or putting on a performance for anyone who is happy to watch. She’s also got the most contagious giggle, it’s impossible not to laugh along with her.

Chloe has a brilliant, natural curiosity about the world around her but can sometimes need some reassurance with unfamiliar situations.

Chloe’s little sister Alba is just 5 years old although she seems younger. She’s a little shy when you first meet her but once she gets to know you she opens up and is a happy and chatty little soul. She’s got the cutest little imagination and is very eager to get into character, at the moment she loves to pretend that she’s a teacher.

You might guess that she really enjoys school and is a creative and logical character who really enjoys puzzles and boardgames. Like Chloe, her new foster family are nurturing a growing confidence in Alba and her brilliant resilience is shining through as she is thriving in her new home.

Chloe and Alba’s foster carers are really helping them by giving them boundaries, consistency and routine which is helping the girls to feel secure. They’re also giving them little tasks to help them out like chopping vegetables. Chloe and Alba really enjoy being helpful so this also helps them to build connections with their foster family.

We’re looking for a two parent family to adopt these amazing little girls, if you would like to find out more, please contact Family Adoption Links Northamptonshire.

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