"I think I'm going to mess up. No your not, be yourself."
What she may lack in self confidence, 12 year old Breanna makes up for with intelligence and kindness, she is always smiling. She's also having a great time since getting out of fifth grade.....she's already visited Big Splash and on this trip, a visit to her favorite place, Incredible Pizza on 71st and Memorial.
"Thank you, please make your ball selection to play route 66 miniature golf."
Breanna is a very active kid that loves sports, especially soccer. She confesses she's not much of a basketball fan, but loves watching Thunder games.
"Thank you. Anything I can do to help."
Not only does Breanna enjoy games she also enjoys learning. She excels at school, especially reading, math and science. Breanna hopes being a good student will payoff by one day becoming a lawyer.
"The reason you want to be a lawyer? It's cool. Why? Cause I want to be a lawyer for kids. What are you going to do for kids? Let them go home faster."
As a foster child, Breanna has learned patience and knows the disappointments and difficulties of waiting for a forever home.
"3-2-1.....time is up. 197!"
While waiting, Breanna has got a pretty good idea of what she wants in a home.
"I want a three to four year old sister of younger and a mom."
The number one thing that family should do?
"Uummm, be good to each other."
"So what did you think? It was fun. Work up a sweat? No. I did watching you."
If you can offer breanna a loving, caring home and be good to each other, for more information call, 918-581-2033. You can also call and request information on any of the children featured on waiting child and our web sit, ktul.com.
While the main roads in Jenks and communities around the area were, for the most part, clear with few hazards for drivers Monday, the side streets were still iced over from the snowfall of the past week. This left the streets slick and unsafe, leading many schools to close.More >>
While the main roads in Jenks and communities around the area were, for the most part, clear with few hazards for drivers Monday, the side streets were still iced over from the snowfall of the past week. This left the streets slick and unsafe, leading many schools to close.