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Courtney desires structured home that will provide loving environment

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RICHMOND, Va. — Courtney, 14,  is an outgoing child. She enjoys being outdoors playing or just going on walks and loves to swing. She loves to color and craft. Courtney knows her limits but sometimes needs assistance with boundaries.

Courtney desires a home that will provide structure for her as well as create a very loving environment. She loves being shown attention and sometimes gets upset when she feels that she is not getting enough. Courtney loves school and does well in it but becomes anxious when she is in large crowds. She can sometimes be shy but she does well with expressing her feelings to others. She loves animals and she would love to be in a home with animals.

Courtney would do best in a home with one other child or a home that has no children. She looks forward to having a family to be a part of and participating in family activities.

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