"We love to play outside and we are looking for parents to play with us."
It is our pleasure to introduce Roy, Matthew and Aiyden. These brothers are beaming with charisma and their hearts are full of hopes and dreams. The love they share with each other is strong. These three athletes share a bond which is apparent to anyone who sees them together. These boys are looking forward to growing up in a family who will help them take off into adulthood with all the magnificence they can muster. Roy, Matthew, and Aiyden love anything with wheels or remotes, sports, and animals. Roy is the eldest and the protector of his siblings. He demonstrates maturity and patience and he strives to be helpful. Matthew is the free-spirited brother who enjoys showing off his talents. He may require more guidance and individualized attention from his parents. Aiyden is more reserved of the three brothers. He is always smiling and optimistic about their future. Aiyden benefits from reassurance and guidance when trying new activities. These three are uniquely remarkable and talented. Together they have an astonishing love and are looking forward to sharing their love with their forever family.
"I want a family who loves me a lot. If they already have children I hope their other kids enjoy being active like me."
Please meet Roy! He is the eldest of his brothers and sometimes prefers to go by his nickname of "Little Roy." Roy is an active youth who loves to play almost any sport. He is an animal lover. His favorite pet is a dog and his favorite wild animal is the great ape. Roy hopes to one day have a dog of his own. He enjoys playing video games, watching movies, and riding four-wheelers. Roy also enjoys playing with remote-controlled cars and helicopters. He just loves to be outside doing any type of activity. Roy likes to attend church and really loves attending the children's ministry events.
Roy's forever family will be an active one who will find happiness in participating in their children's sports and other extra-curricular activities. His parents will thoroughly enjoy being outside and doing many types of activities with their sons. Roy's parents will also understand he has often taken a parental role for his younger brothers and it make take him a while to trust his family will fully meet the needs of his little brothers. Once this trust is established, Roy's family will encourage him to explore his interests. Roy's parents will also introduce him to new experiences to help him find his special interests and skills.
"I am a happy boy who makes friends easily."
Say hello to Matthew! He is full of energy and has never met a stranger. He is creative and enjoys hopping, boxing, and collecting pencils. Matthew enjoys remote control toys, especially remote control helicopters and cranes. When he is not playing with those toys, he may be playing on the computer, swimming, or riding four-wheelers. Matthew enjoys eating. His favorite foods are chicken, apples, and bananas. His favorite classes in school are math, computers, and physical education. Matthew likes to surround himself with people who make him laugh. When he is spending time with his friends he likes to play with helicopters. Matthew really enjoys playing with computers and video games. He also enjoys baseball, scouts, fishing, attending church, and riding bikes. Matthew said if he had one wish it would be to have his own American flag.
Matthew will do well with a family who offers patience and consistency. His family will be committed to Matthew and his brothers and provide them a nurturing, stable home where he can explore his interests. Matthew’s family will be active because he and his brothers enjoy being outside and riding anything with a motor. His family will help him learn from his mistakes. He thrives in a structured environment with clear rules and expectations. He likes to know where you are and wants to spend time talking with you or helping you with a project. Matthew benefits from simplified instructions and a family who will encourage his progress with positive words of encouragement. Matthew is a social child who will make friends wherever you take him.
"I would like for my family to have a big yard and pets."
Please meet Aiyden, the youngest brother of this sibling group. Aiyden positively loves to ride his bicycle and play in the mud. His favorite toys are his blocks, bicycle, and garbage truck. One day, Aiyden would like to go to space! At school, Aiyden finds the most joy in recess, science, and reading. He loves to play with his older brothers and his favorite games are hide-and-seek and cops and robbers. One thing that makes Aiyden laugh is when he is tickled! Some of the other things which make Aiyden happy are doing arts and crafts, playing baseball, going camping, fishing, martial arts, playing with animals, playing soccer, and writing.
Aiyden desires to be adopted. He wants to feel safe, loved unconditionally, and accepted. Aiyden wants his family to provide him with positive praise and encouragement. He will be most successful as the youngest child. His parents will be able to give him individual attention and as a group. Aiyden’s family will be firm with him when needed. His family will balance their firm parenting with the occasional indulgence in a new toy. His parents will provide guidance, love, and structure to Aiyden to help him through childhood and into adolescence.
Roy, Matthew, and Aiyden’s family will encourage Roy to be a kid and let the adults take care of him and his brothers. His family will teach him to trust that they have his brothers' best interests at heart and show him they love them all and will keep his brothers safe. The boys’ family will have patience with Matthew while he exercises his independence and exploration of the rules. Roy, Matthew and Aiyden’s family will enjoy hiking, camping, swimming, fishing in the great outdoors, but also willing to take time to create arts or crafts together. Roy, Matthew, and Aiyden will be the most successful as the youngest children in the home or in a family who already has adult children who no longer live at home.
Children are under Texas Department of Family and Protective Services