Jaden, Javion and  Julien
Jaden, Javion and  Julien Jaden, Javion and  Julien Jaden, Javion and  Julien
  • Names:
    Jaden, Javion and Julien
  • Ages:
    14, 12 and 9
  • Genders:
    Male, Male and Male
  • Ethnicity:
    African American
  • Bulletin#
    TX15349

Texas Children

 

"We are all different in our own way, but one thing we all have in come is that we love each other."

Jaden, Javion, and Julien have a generally positive sibling relationship. The brothers have a close relationship and have never been apart from each other. The boys may bicker with one another when disagreeing over things, though they generally get along very well. The brothers share some similarities, but each have very distinct personalities. They all love to play video games together, and each have their own favorite game. Jaden and Javion like to play NBA 2k, while Julien likes to play surfing games. They love to do activities together and play outside. Jaden is the leader of the sibling group and his younger brothers look up to him. As a group, the brothers are not very talkative. Jaden is outgoing, responsible, and generally happy. Javion is outgoing, creative, and talkative. Julien is shy, quite, and mischievous.


"When I grow up, I want to be a professional basketball player."

Jaden is an outgoing child and loves to meet new people. He loves sports, particularly, football and basketball. His dream is to be a professional basketball player. Jaden is involved in extra-curricular activities including band. He is currently learning how to read sheet music. Jaden loves playing video games and going outside. He has a vivid imagination. Jaden likes to interact with other children and makes friends easily. Jaden is very responsible and enjoys school. He enjoys his science and math classes. At times, Jaden needs additional support academically, but with guidance he is able to do well in school. Redirection and encouragement will be helpful for his educational needs. Jaden is improving his ability to express his feelings to others and utilizing coping skills. He will benefit from a structured home. Jaden often will demonstrates a parent role to his siblings. He is a helpful child. Jaden completes his chores in a timely manner and likes to keep his room neat. At times, Jaden needs behavior redirection. He responds best to loss of privileges, sitting out on fun activities, or being sent to his room. Jaden will be placed in an adoptive home with his brothers, Javion and Julien.

Jaden will benefit from a family who is nurturing, loving, and patient. It will be ideal for the family be structured as Jaden can get off task at times. He will thrive in a family who is attentive to his needs. Jaden will benefit from being in a one or two parent home who has a strong support system. It is important his family takes an active role in his life and engages in extracurricular activities.


"Beyblades are my life."

Javion is a friendly child, but can be shy when first meeting new people. Once he warms up, he can be very talkative. He loves arts and crafts and doing science projects. Javion loves playing video games and going outside. He enjoys playing NBA2K on the PlayStation, riding his bike outside, and playing football. Javion lacks focus at times. Javion is working to improve how he copes with emotions and trusting others. The utilization of his coping skills is encouraged. Javion enjoys school and enjoys reading and math. Javion is extremely bright. At times, he will get of task at school when bored, though his behavior is generally good. He will benefit from a structured home. Javion is very helpful. He completes his chores in a timely manner without being told to do so and likes to keep his room neat. Javion will pick up after himself. At times, Javion needs behavior redirection. He responds best to loss of privileges, sitting out on fun activities, or being sent to his room. He is very respectful to other adults and responds with a "yes ma'am and no ma'am" when asked questions. Javion will be placed in an adoptive home with his brothers, Jaden and Julien.

Javion will benefit from a family that is nurturing, loving, and patient. It will be ideal for the family be structured as Javion can get off task at times. Javion will benefit from a family who is attentive to his needs. Javion will benefit from being in a one or two parent home who has a strong support system. It is important his family takes an active role in his life and engages in extracurricular activities.


"I want a loving and patient forever family that will love me just as much as I love them."

Julien is a shy, reserved, and soft spoken boy. He loves playing video games and going outside. Some of the video games Julien enjoys playing are SSX, a surfboard game, and Minecraft on the PlayStation. Julien enjoys the outdoors and riding his bike. He also enjoys playing with his Legos. Julien enjoys school and does well. At times, Julien’s behavior can distract from his abilities in school. He enjoys spelling, reading, and math at school. Julien benefits in a structured home. He is very helpful and likes a neat room. He is able to complete his chores in a timely manner. Julien will pick up after himself. At times he needs behavior redirection. He responds best to loss of privileges, sitting out on fun activities, or being sent to his room. Julien is very respectful of adults. Julien will be placed in an adoptive home with his brothers, Jaden and Javion.

Julein will benefit from a family that is nurturing, loving, and patient. He needs an environment which is safe, supportive, and stable. Julien will benefit from a family who is attentive to his needs. He will do well in a one or two parent home which has a strong male role model. It is important his family takes an active role in his life and engages in extracurricular activities.

Jaden, Javion, and Julien will benefit from a family who is nurturing, loving, and patient. It will be beneficial for the family to be structured since at times, the boys get off task. They will benefit from a family who is attentive to their individual needs. The brothers will benefit from being in a one or two parent home with a strong support system. It is important their family take an active role in their life and engage the children in extracurricular activities to keep them busy.


Child is under Texas Department of Family and Protective Services

 

 

 

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