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A Waiting Child: Destiny

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MISSOULA - She's high energy and takes every opportunity she gets to go shopping.

In this week's A Waiting Child, MTN's Augusta McDonnell introduces us to Destiny.

Pink toes, pink outfit, and loves to shop. She hopes her mother does too.

“That she wants to be with me and that she wants to go shopping," Destiny said.

She’s also hoping for a couple special qualities.

“She’s funny and smart and nice," Destiny said.

Destiny loves technology and managed to add some new apps to my phone.

“I’m giving you a star wars thing. Do you like star wars? “Like play my DS, I have a DS. I love playing my DS," Destiny said.

If you would like more information about Destiny or other waiting children call (406) 329-1591.

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