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Ethnicity: Mother – White British, Father believed to be Muslim and Asian
These three children have a close bond and need to be adopted together. Jamile and Saffron are fostered together; they have frequent contact with Tia who is fostered separately.
Jamile is an inquisitive and active child with a happy disposition, his behaviour is quite normal for his age. Jamile’s overall developmental progress is within normal limits. He is developing appropriate attachments to his birth family and his foster family.
Saffron is a cheerful and very affectionate little girl. She is meeting all her developmental milestones. She has a good appetite and overall her growth pattern has been normal. She has plenty of energy and sleeps well. Her developmental progress is normal.
Tia has a healthy appetite and eats most things that she is offered. The foster carer feels that Tia is currently ahead of her age on her milestones. Tia shows strong appropriate attachments. Tia is a very active and alert baby she does not stop moving. She enjoys playing with a variety of toys. Whilst she is able to play and amuse herself, Tia clearly enjoys playing with foster carer more than any toy.
Saffron, Jamile and Tia’s adoptive parents may need to reflect the children’s ethnic, cultural and religious background if appropriate.