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Eraina has seen more than her share of ups and downs in 11 years....but this sweet ball of energy was certainly flying high when we met up at Diva Girlz Studio on East 15th Street.

Kaitlyn and the folks at Diva gave Eraina the full treatment while we were there.......make-up  nails  dress up naturally and even a chance to walk the model's runway  It is a place where after all, girls rule  So what was the most fun?

 "choosing my outfit. Why? Because there's so many outfits to pick and it's so fun. If you just have a couple it doesn't make sense."

Eraina is a planner and knows she wants both a mom and dad.

 "moms take you shopping and dads are playful. Ok dads are more playful than moms sometimes."

As for siblings, she prefers sisters and she has reasons.

 "my brothers get on my nerves. I think boys will always get on your nerves. Yeah."

When it comes to eating, she has a lot of favorite foods, but admits she can be a bit of a finicky eater.

 "mostly pizza, cheese burgers and hotdog's....other things. I could just say this, I'm picky. Picky, picky, picky."

 "next up is the beautiful model Eraina!"

But her future may not be on the cat walk......three other choices top her list.

 "have you thought about when you grow up what you want to be? Three things, a teacher, dancing with the stars and a clothes designer."

Would like to help this little girl touch the stars and make her fairy tale come true........this princess is waiting.

 If you would like more information about 11 year old eraina, or any of the wonderful kids looking for a forever home here on tulsa's channel eight....contact 866-612-2565.

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