Alonso, Jeremiah and  Isaiah
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  • Names:
    Alonso, Jeremiah and Isaiah
  • Ages:
    16, 16 and 14
  • Genders:
    Male, Male and Male
  • Ethnicity:
    Caucasian
  • Bulletin#
    TX12989

Texas Children

"We have a tight bond and love playing with each other!"

Alonso, Jeremiah, and Isaiah are active and fun loving children with charisma and hearts full of hopes and dreams. They consider each other teammates and have a strong sibling bond. They look forward to being with each other and having a family who will support their dreams and passions. Alonso, Jeremiah, and Isaiah love sports, riding their bicycles, and listening to Tejano/regional Mexican music. Alonso and Jeremiah are the oldest and are both protective of each other and their younger brother, Isaiah. Jeremiah and Isaiah are the most outgoing of the three. Jeremiah likes to make jokes and Isaiah is a talkative child. Alonso is the most reserved of the three and takes time to open up to others. Alonso, Jeremiah, and Isaiah are uniquely talented and possess a strong bond with each other. They are looking forward to sharing their love with their forever family.

 

" I am humorous and like to joke around!"

Alonso is a happy and active child. He is quiet, but gets along well with his peers and siblings. He likes to stay active, enjoys being outdoors, going fishing, riding his bicycle, and enjoys playing sports. Alonso enjoys playing with his toys and shows an interest in shoes. He has stated he would like a pair of Jordan shoes, as he currently only owns several pairs of Nike shoes. Alonso loves to listen to Tejano and regional Mexican music. His favorite groups are Los Tigeres del Norte and Los Tucanes de Tijuana. Alonso does well with redirection at school and at home, as it helps him achieve certain tasks. He thrives best academically with one-on-one attention at home. Alonso participates in an educational program to assist him in his learning. His favorite subject is reading. Alonso would like to attend the University of the Incarnate Word or St. Mary's to study law.

Alonso is anxiously awaiting his forever home. He will benefit from a family who has a moderately high level of structure, supervision, and support. Alonso will do well with a family who is fully invested in his academic work and is willing to give him one-on-one instruction. He will also benefit from a family that is active and enjoys the outdoors. Alonso needs a family who is willing to become knowledgeable about his medical history and current medical condition dealing with his right eye. He will benefit from a family willing to provide him with unconditional support and guidance, as well as a family who is committed to caring for his medical needs. Alonso has expressed the desire to have a sister and does well with pets in the home. Alonso has made progress over time and needs a family willing to advocate for him while providing new challenges to encourage his progress.
 

 

"I am fun and I like school. I like to listen to Tejano music and rap music, and I like playing with my brothers."

Jeremiah is a happy and quiet child. He enjoys being outdoors and he likes to play baseball, football, and basketball. Jeremiah is interested in collecting shoes and stated he would like a pair of Nikes or Air Jordan's. He likes to play with Legos and has stated he is great at building objects with them. Jeremiah enjoys listening to music and he particularly likes to listen to Tejano and Norteno music. His favorite Tejano musicians/bands are Los Palominos and Los Tucanes de Tijuana. He likes to listen to the older Tejano music and has stated he also likes Los Tigeres del Norte. Jeremiah is a big fan of pizza and tacos. He likes to watch television when he is not playing outside or listening to Tejano music. He likes to watch comedy shows, such as "Walk the Prank." He also likes shows on the Disney channel. Jeremiah does well with redirection at school and at home, as it helps him achieve certain tasks. He thrives best academically with one-on-one attention at home. Jeremiah participates in an educational program at school to assist in his learning. His favorite subject in school is math. Jeremiah has an interest in studying engineering or technology at Texas A&M when he grows up. He aspires to play for the San Antonio Spurs one day.

Jeremiah is anxiously awaiting his forever family. He will benefit from a family who has a moderately high level of structure, supervision and, support. He will do well with a family who is fully invested in his academic work and will give him one-on-one instruction. Jeremiah will thrive with a family who likes outdoor activities and who will allow him to engage in sports outside of school within the community. The perfect family will offer unconditional support, guidance, and supervision. Jeremiah has expressed the desire to have a sister and does well with pets in the home. He has made progress over time and needs a family willing to advocate for him while providing new challenges to encourage his progress.
 

 

"I am funny and love to play with my brothers!"

Isaiah is a happy, active, and talkative child. He is the most outspoken of his brothers and is the youngest. Isaiah enjoys the outdoors. He likes to ride his bicycle and play basketball. Isaiah enjoys listening to Tejano/regional Mexican music and states his favorite artist is Michael Salgado. He has a unique taste in the older Tejano genre, as well as the regional Mexican music. Isaiah becomes easily distracted and requires redirection at times. He thrives best academically with one-on-one attention at home. Isaiah participates in an educational program at school to assist in his learning. His favorite subject is science and he states he would like to attend UTSA to study technology when he grows up. Isaiah's second career choice is becoming a cop to serve and protect the community.

Isaiah is anxiously awaiting his forever family. He will benefit from a family who has a moderately high level of structure, supervision, and support. He will thrive with a family who advocates for him at school and provides him with one-on-one instruction. Isaiah will do well with a family who likes outdoor activities and who will allow him to engage in sports outside of school within the community. The perfect family for Isaiah will offer unconditional support, guidance, and supervision. Isaiah has expressed the desire to have a sister and does well with pets in the home. He has made progress over time and needs a family willing to advocate for him while providing new challenges to encourage his progress.

Alonso, Jeremiah, and Isaiah are anxiously awaiting their forever family! They will thrive with a family who has a high level of structure and supervision. They will do well with a family who can work one-on-one with them academically and who will become fully involved with their school and special interests. The perfect family for these boys will be an active one who enjoys outdoor activities and who has several pets. They would also love to have a sister. Alonso, Jeremiah, and Isaiah will benefit from a family who is fluent in Spanish and can continue exposing them to their culture.

 

Children are under Texas Department of Family and Protective Services

 

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