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  A trip to the zoo is special at any age, and the folks at the Tulsa zoo gave us the tour to end all tours. Our three kids, ten year old Erick, his nine year old sister antonisha and six year old sister diajhane got access that few others receive.

Our first stop, the rainforest

 "diajhane"

"oh, oh, oh......look at that big fish!"

 "there's bats....."

Each of them may have gotten scared at least once, (dave7602) but big brother Erick was there to keep everyone safe and secure.

They also got to touch the  toes of the sloth......pet some of the   worlds largest and oldest turtles and get kisses from sea lions  ....anotonisha's favorite part.

 "The sea lions. Why? Because it's awesome and I enjoyed the lions."

DIAJANE ALSO ENJOYED THE SEA LIONS.

 "That they can swim and do cool tricks."

Erick loved the monkeys and loved seeing his sisters. A very kind young man, Erick says he loves math at school, because he likes to be challenged.

Diajhane is curious and respectful and works very well in one on one settings.

Antonisha is just at home playing outside or at home coloring.

Each of the kids are looking for a family that will love them and care for them.....

Of the three Erick is more sure about what he wants in a forever family, a big brother.

 "I don't know, he would teach me how to play sports and all that."

 "oh, look at that seal, look at that seal."

If you could offer these kids a view of another world, d-h-s is waiting to hear from you.

 If you can offer one of these kids a chance with a forever family.....call 866-612-2565. You can also call for information on any of the children featured on waiting child.

 

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