Born: June 24, 2019
Location: Parramos, Guatemala
Dailyn is kind. She is growing up alone, but when she meets her cousins she feels happy because she has someone to play with to make food, and when she has a ball she also practices this popular sport among children and adults. Next year 2024, she will study at AOJ, in K4. Her parents, Mr. Saul Naaman, is a very hard-working father. He studied nursing and has worked for many years in this noble work, but at this moment he is unemployed and began to sell pots, pans, and blenders, to be able to support his family. His wife, Mrs. María Herminia, is dedicated to household chores and sells catalog products to families she knows and friends. Their eldest son, Jostin Omar, is 13 years old and is studying 7th grade at his community school. He is a healthy young man and responsible in his studies. The family home is made of block. It has two rooms, a kitchen, a firewood stove, a small gas stove, and a small cupboard. In their room they have two beds and two wardrobes. The family is enterprising; They want to improve themselves, and for that reason they work hard to give the best they can to the family.
Name: Dailyn Renata
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