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Updated 10/22/2012 04:28 PM
Forever Families: Cheyenne, 14, hopes to dance with adoptive family
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Music and dancing can bring out even the shiest of children. Fourteen-year-old Cheyenne loves to dance, and she's a big Justin Bieber fan.
So an afternoon of lessons at Ballet Austin dancing to his tunes was the perfect warm up before talking about finding a forever family.
While it's fun to have big dreams of being a singer on stage, Cheyenne has other exciting career goals.
"Go to college and work for a doctor," she said.
Aside from getting out of foster care and into a permanent home, Cheyenne looks forward to the security a real family can give.
"Family is important because I could keep them safe," she said.
She's not real picky when it comes to qualities she wants in an adoptive family, but one thing is most important.
"I want them to be nice," she said.
Cheyenne told me she loves Six Flags and all roller coasters. She hopes someday she can visit the theme park with a forever family.
On top of that, she's loving, and excited to find that same love in return from a forever family.
If you'd like to know more about a child you've seen on Forever Families, please contact the Adoption Coalition of Texas at email@example.com.
If you'd like to know more about a child you've seen on “Forever Families,” please contact the Adoption Coalition of Texas at