Have a Heart: Charlie and Hailey

If you’re looking for a high energy bunch, two young children are looking for a forever family.

Hailey and Charlie are looking for a forever family. If you're interested in becoming their flex family call Washoe County Social Services at 337-4400.

For more information on being a flex family for Hailey and Charlie, call Washoe County Social Services at 337-4400.

 

If you’re looking for a high energy bunch, two young children are looking for a forever family. Four year old Charlie and six year old Hailey are two sweet, high energy siblings. They were able to use up some of that energy the afternoon Sarah Johns met them at EZ Air in Reno.

Sarah: "What was your favorite part about the trampoline?"
Charlie: "The jumping part."
Sarah: "Which trampoline was your favorite?"
Charlie: "The sponges."
Sarah: "The sponges?"
Charlie: "Yeah, it was so fun."

Charlie and Hailey have your typical sibling relationship. Hailey admits, as the older sister, she feels protective of him, and sometimes annoyed with him.

"He is the best boy ever. Just sometimes, I'm mad at him. He usually laughs if I'm mad at him," Hailey says. "He usually makes me irritated, and I don't like him in my room sometimes."

"Sometimes she doesn't let me play with her," Charlie says.

Hailey is in kindergarten and loves homework. Particularly math.

"Um, three plus two is five," Hailey proudly exclaims as something she has recently learned in class.

Charlie is in preschool and says he’s learning to “do the right thing.”

"When I do the bad, the wrong thing, they, they put me in the ‘uh, oh chair,’” but Charlie says that isn’t too often.

They both like their storied heroes as well. Charlie’s is the transformers. His favorite? Bumble Bee, he says, "because he shoots only bad guys."

Hailey’s favorite story book character is Tahoe Tessie.

"She is a sea monster,” Hailey explains. “She is um, nice, and I have two books of her. Tahoe Tessie's nice, and one of the persons in the story is really mean to Tahoe Tessie. He's trying to kill Tahoe Tessie to be rich!"

When it comes to finding a forever family, both children have hope.

"Because I'd like to be adopted," Charlie says.

"I'm happy about that, because they um might want me," Hailey says.

For more information on being a flex family for Hailey and Charlie, call Washoe County Social Services at 337-4400.


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