Harper is another little girl the advocacy trip got to meet. She was very shy the first day the team was with her and it might have been because her foster mom was with her the whole time. You could tell she was very attached to her foster mom, hugging and sitting on her lap almost the whole day. Her foster mom did tell us that she is a nice, sweet girl who can write with both her left and right hands. She added that she is very independent and a happy little girl.
On the advocacy’s field trip to a cooking class, Harper came out of her shell. Harper’s foster mom was not on this trip either. She had so much fun playing with the other kids. She painted some pottery, made a flower out of pipe cleaners, and cooked some tasty treats. She listened and obeyed and followed the directions as each task was given. She is a very hands on little girl, not wanting to be left out at all. She enjoyed trying new things. At the end of the field trip all the kids went fishing and she was not afraid to get her hands dirty and catch some fish.
Harper has a big personality for such a little girl. Could this spunky girl be your daughter?
Harper is 8 years old and has hydrocephalus. She has a shunt and is doing very well!
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