Moses's Story

Location: Eastern Europe
Gender: Male
Birth Year: 2004
Agency Information:

Hopscotch Adoptions


Moses was born in December 2004 and is healthy. Moses is a cheerful and sociable boy who adapts quickly to changing environments and people.  He attends 5th grade at a Sports School where his specialty is wrestling.  Moses shows regular attendance and is well accepted by his classmates, but lacks interest and motivation for his academic work.  Moses joins organized games and activities, follows rules, respects authority and realizes there are consequences to his actions.  He communicates well. Moses lives in a good foster family that is providing him with a normal childhood atmosphere.  Moses wishes to be adopted. Contact the adoption agency to get more information on this child!

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