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Waiting Child: Meet Ambreyah

The News Tribune features a child looking for a forever home every month in the Lifestyle section. If you would like more information on adopting or fostering a Minnesota waiting child, email info@mnadopt.org, call 612-861-7115 or visit mnadopt.org.

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Ambreyah.
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Ambreyah,16, is a vibrant and outgoing teen who loves socializing with peers and adults. She has an artistic personality and enjoys drawing and writing. She also enjoys watching TV and movies and dressing up to participate in cosplay. Ambreyah likes animals (especially reptiles) and is open to all kinds of pets. She has tried horseback riding and really enjoyed it. Ambreyah's favorite foods are sushi, Chinese food and popcorn.
An ideal family for Ambreyah would be a two-parent household with no other children in the home. Following adoption, Ambreyah would need to remain in contact with her grandmother and siblings.

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