Julia, Steven, Thomas and  Robert
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  • Names:
    Julia, Steven, Thomas and Robert
  • Ages:
    13, 11, 9 and 6
  • Genders:
    Male, Male, Male and Female
  • Ethnicity:
    Hispanic
  • Bulletin#
    TX14016

Texas Children

 

"We are all siblings and we get along like brothers and an older sister would. We love each other very much and like to give each other hugs."

Julia, Steven, Thomas and Robert are an energetic and fun sibling group who care for each other deeply. Julia loves to play. As the oldest, she likes to ensure her younger siblings are doing well. Steven likes his role of big brother to Thomas and Robert. Steven enjoys playing games with his brothers. The boys are very active and enjoy playing sports together and they are competitive with each other. All three of the boys enjoy playing video games. Thomas is soft spoken and he follows after his older brother. Robert likes to keep up with his brothers in everything that they do. Julia and the boys all get along well together and enjoy spending quality time together. Julia, Steven, Thomas, and Robert desire to find a forever family who will adopt them together very soon.

"I like to watch over my brothers, because I am their big sister. I enjoy going to the movies."

Julia enjoys staying home and watching movies with her family. She would like to be adopted with her brothers, as she takes her role of big sister seriously and watches out for her brothers. She really enjoys spending time with her brothers and they interact well together. Julia tends to be a little shy when first meeting new people, but can really open up once she's more comfortable. Julia would like to build more confidence in herself. She loves to go shopping and can make a whole day of wandering from store to store. Mornings can be a struggle for Julia, but she is constantly making progress with her morning routine. Julia likes going to school. She has several friends at school, but also likes being by herself at times. Julia loves jewelry, especially bracelets and usually has them stacked on her wrists. She loves to eat all kinds of food. Julia is creative and can usually be found with a pouch full of colored pens.

Julia will do best in a two-parent household. She responds well to a father figure as the disciplinarian, who is loving and nurturing. Julia will respond well to having a mother who is very nurturing and supportive, and also firm in guiding her. She will thrive with a family who is structured, has clear and concise expectations, and who also offers much love and support. Julia would like a family who will be patient with her and understanding and helpful with her schoolwork. Julia’s number one request is to find a family who will keep her and her siblings together.


"I like to play video games. I like to play basketball. I like to run around, but sometimes I am shy around people I do not know."

Steven is an energetic and loving boy who will sweep you off your feet. He is a very active child who enjoys sports and the outdoors. Particularly he enjoys playing soccer and used to play on a soccer team. Steven also likes playing football. He is an overall team sports kind of guy. Steven loves to play video games. He can be very social with other children and gets along well with the children he attends school with. Steven also likes drawing and coloring. He can use encouragement with school work, but he wants to do well in school to make people proud. Steven likes going on family outings, birthday parties, holidays, but most importantly spending time with his siblings. He likes playing with his brothers and gets along well with older children. Steven enjoys being the oldest brother of his male siblings and the role model, he likes having them look up to him. Steven would like to find a forever home who will adopt him with his brothers and his older sister.

Steven would like a traditional family. He will respond well to a father figure as the disciplinarian, who is loving and nurturing. He will do best with a mother who is nurturing and supportive, yet also firm in guiding him. Steven would like a family who will be patient with him and understanding and help him with his school work. He needs a little additional support for school, his family will provide attention helping him work out problems he does not understand. Steven will thrive with a family who is structured, has clear and concise expectations, and who also offers much love and support. Steven would like a mom and dad who will adopt him and his three siblings together.


"My name is Thomas and you should know that music is one of my passions, as I love learning about and playing instruments like the drums, tambourine, and the guitar. I may appear shy at first, but once you get to know me, you will see that I am an awesome child who enjoys riding my bike, playing with action figures, and spending time with my friends and siblings."

Thomas is a caring youth who enjoys going to church. He loves making people smile and previously played the tambourine for the church choir. Thomas is very passionate about music as he also loves to play the drums and has goals of learning the cords on his guitar. Thomas loves being outside to ride his bike, play in his fort, or just run around and play. He likes school and is well behaved, as he plays with his friends. Thomas loves playing with action figures, such as Spider-Man. He also enjoys playing with his Hot Wheel cars or reading books. Thomas responds very well to structure, redirection, and affection.

A two parent household will best suit Thomas. He will respond well to a father figure as the disciplinarian, but also loving and nurturing. He will do best with a mother who is very nurturing and supportive, yet also firm in guiding him. Thomas will thrive with a family who is structured, has clear and concise expectations, and who also offers much love and support.

"I like to play video games and get a lot of points and beat my brothers at video games. I also like to watch television."

Robert is a loving, caring young boy who loves making others laugh and smile. He is following in his brother’s footsteps and has a passion of music. Robert loves to play the drums and guitar. He loves to play outdoors with his siblings and friends. Although Robert is smaller than his brothers he tries to keep up with them and do exactly what they do. He is a very active child. Robert likes to play sports and loves to play video games. He also likes to ride his bike and play outside. He also enjoys playing with his toy cars or reading books. He is well-behaved and has a beautiful smile that melts your heart. Robert enjoys meeting new people and loves to talk. He has a charismatic energy which lights up the room when he enters. He has so much to share with a new family. Robert would like to find a forever home who will adopt him with his brothers and his older sister.

Robert will do best in a two-parent household. He responds well to a father figure as the disciplinarian, who is also loving and nurturing. Robert will respond well to having a mother who is very nurturing and supportive, and also firm in guiding him. He will thrive with a family who is structured, has clear and concise expectations, and offers much love and support. Robert would like a family who will be patient and understanding with him and help him with his school work. Robert needs a little additional support for school, his family will provide attention helping him work out problems he does not understand. He would like a mom and dad who will adopt him and his three siblings together.


Julia, Steven, Thomas, and Robert will do best in a two-parent household. They will respond well to a family who is loving, nurturing, and creative. Their forever family will be committed to adopting all four children and help them through the transition. The best family for these children will have plenty of energy to be active and play with them indoors and outdoors. Their parents will set clear and consistent expectations and maintain a structured routine. Julia, Steven, Thomas, and Robert are ready to find a forever family who will commit to all of them for the rest of their lives. A family who will be patient and understanding with the children to help them settle into their new home will be the best fit.

 

Children are under Texas Department of Family and Protective Services

 

 

 

 

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