Monday, January 7, 2019

30 Stories 30 Faces: Zoya Bobov




Meet Zoya our beautiful granddaughter. As Nana, I’ve watched this family meet every health challenge head on. Pfeiffer syndrome certainly has been on the forefront, but definitely does not define our warrior princess. It’s something she has and will manage her whole life, but Zoya is Zoya. She’s strong, fun, loves her big brother and loves to play. Her giggle lights me up every time. We are blessed.”     -Sandy Powers, Grandmother to Zoya Bobov



Zoya and some of her favorite books!
Zoya Bobov is an adorable 16-month-old girl that lives with her parents, Desirae and Vladmir, and older brother Ivan (3 years old) in Seattle, Washington. Zoya was born with Pfeiffer syndrome in August 2017. Her mother, grandmother, and father all agree that she is a “happy little girl” that always has a smile on her face. The Bobov’s say they love exploring nature and are a “super outdoors family!” Most recently the family hiked up Mt. Rainier to celebrate New Year’s Day. Zoya loved the snow! When Zoya finds herself back indoors, she loves spending quality time with her older brother, Ivan, to read books, and scoot around on the floor to prepare for her next outdoor adventure.


Desirae and Zoya on a New Year's Day hike



We love featuring Zoya after her Nana wrote us this submission to our 30 Stories, 30 Faces, 30 Years celebration. Thank you, Zoya, for being one of CCA’s newest stories!

L-R Zoya, Vladimir, Ivan

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