Texas Child Child
"We are silly and speedy!"
Nathanyl and Lowrence are brothers who love each other very much. They love to spend their time playing together outside. Although they have always had the ability to have their own bedrooms, they prefer to share a room. Nathanyl and Lowrence are active and athletic children. They want a family that will support and encourage them in sports. Nathanyl is a silly and caring little boy. Lowrence is a natural leader. Like most siblings, they have normal sibling conflict on occasion, but they get along very well together most of the time. Nathanyl and Lowrence are very focused on staying together.
"I am crazy silly and super speedy!"
Nathanyl, who goes by "Nate", likes to be silly and have fun. He is a very funny little boy who will keep you laughing! Nate is caring of others’ feelings. Being with his brother, Lowrence, is very important to him. Like his brother, Nate likes the outdoors and he is a very active child. He loves to go to the park. Nate benefits from encouragement with his school work, but overall he is doing well, especially with positive rewards. He has learned money management and likes to save his money. Nate requires assistance with self-care. He is able to dress himself, but needs assistance with matching his clothes.
Nate would benefit from a parents who will help him navigate the educational system to receive the support he needs to succeed.
"I am sweet and silly!"
Lowrence is a bright child who learns quickly. He is smart and funny. He loves to spend time with his brother, Nate. Lowrence demonstrates strong leadership qualities with his peers. He loves to spend time outdoors and is very active. He enjoys going on family outings to the park. Lowrence does well in school. He benefits from encouragement to complete assignments and praise for his progress. Lowrence likes to dress himself and be helpful with self-care and household chores. Staying with his brother is the most important thing to Lowrence. They play very well together, but have some typical sibling conflicts.
Lowrence will benefit from parents who will encourage him in his educational efforts, provide him with opportunities to be active, and engage in play with him.
Nathanyl and Lowrence will do well with a two-parent family. They will benefit from parents who will allow and encourage their love of athletics and staying active. They want a family that will support and encourage them in sports. Nathanyl and Lowrence need parents who will continue to be consistent in routine and discipline. They need a family that values education and will encourage them in their studies. Nathanyl and Lowrence look forward to having a family that will give them the active and engaging attention they desire.
Child is under Texas Department of Family and Protective Services