Noah, Daniel and  Jacob
Noah, Daniel and  Jacob Noah, Daniel and  Jacob Noah, Daniel and  Jacob
  • Names:
    Noah, Daniel and Jacob
  • Ages:
    15, 14 and 12
  • Genders:
    Male, Male and Male
  • Ethnicity:
    Caucasian
  • Bulletin#
    TX15456

Texas Children

 

"We are looking to complete our team of three!"

Noah, Daniel, and Jacob are active, outdoorsy, intelligent, and funny children who want to be loved by their adoptive family. Noah is the oldest and would like a family that will be supportive of him as he transitions to adulthood and pursues his dream of becoming an artist. Daniel is the middle child and wants to be loved and given opportunities to explore his future. He is interested in pursuing sports and wants to be a doctor. Jacob is the youngest of the group and wants a family that does things together. He loves all sports, but his favorite is basketball. All the children want a family that will love them, through good times and bad. They all have a great sense of humor and an easy-going outlook on their futures. They are hoping to find a wonderful family together.

"Looking for players four and five."

Noah is a happy, shy child who has a wonderful smile. He loves to play games and video games, but at times needs encouragement to share his interests. He enjoys spending time indoors using the computer. Noah is very bonded to his younger siblings. He is interested in art and wants to be either an artist or a graphic designer. He likes movies and can talk about films he has seen in great detail. He likes church and enjoys attending the youth group and other church activities. At school, Noah reports enjoying meeting new students and taking classes he is interested in. At times, he needs assistance in school, but he usually responds very well to positive reinforcement and consistency in rule setting. Noah will need time to trust and bond with his forever family.

Noah is open to a family with either one or two parents. He will do best in a family that has simple, clearly defined rules and is able to provide him with consistency in learning his boundaries while he adjusts to a new setting. The ideal family will be one that is active in family activities and spends a fair amount of time engaged in outings and events outside the home. His new family will provide him with plenty of structure, love, and nurturance. Noah has two siblings and they will do best in a home where they are the only children. He will need plenty of attention and care to help him find his interests as he grows and matures. Noah wishes to have a family for himself and his siblings as he is bonded to them and likes to be where they are.

"Ready, get set, I'm racing to find my forever family."

Daniel is a happy teenager with a wonderful smile who has an out-going personality. He is not shy and loves sharing with others all the things he likes. He loves sports and helping out his family. He prefers to do these kind of activities with someone else, especially an adult with whom he trusts. He is very active and plans on being involved in school sports. He loves playing at the park or doing other outdoor activities. Daniel does great in school and makes good grades. He is bright and catches on to things quickly. At times, he needs assistance maintaining his focus in the classroom. He responds well to positive reinforcement and redirection. He is proud of himself when he makes good choices. Daniel is an engaging youngster who will need time to trust and bond with his forever family.

Daniel is open to a family with either one or two parents. He will do best in a family that can help him learn how to be a child. He will benefit from strong parental figure role models. The ideal family will be one that is active in family activities and spends a fair amount of time engaged in outings and events outside the home. With his love of sports, it will be beneficial for Daniel to have parents or other siblings that share his interest. Daniel will do very well in a family who is consistent with their discipline and patient with him while he adjusts to a new setting. Daniel has two siblings and they will do best in a home where they are the only children. He will benefit from receiving attention and care to help him find his interests, as he sometimes assumes a caretaker role when he is around his brothers. Daniel wishes to have a family for himself and his siblings. Daniel is bonded to his siblings and likes to be where they are.


"I'm your three point all-star, touchdown!!!"

Jacob is a happy pre-teen with a great smile who is confident and likes to help out his family. He loves sports and participating on sports teams. He is very active and is planning on being involved in sports in school. He loves playing at the park or doing other outdoor activities. He is bonded to older brothers and wants to be adopted with them. Jacob does okay in school, but can struggle in some of his classes. At times, he needs assistance in maintaining his focus at school but he usually responds quickly to positive redirection. He is proud when he makes good decisions and choices. Jacob is a charming youngster but will need time to trust and bond with his forever family.

Jacob is open to a family with either one or two parents. He will do best in a family that can help him learn how to be a child and will benefit from strong parental figure role models. The ideal family will be one that is active. With his love of sports, it will be beneficial for Jacob to have a parent who share this same interest. Jacob will do very well in a family who is consistent with their discipline and will be patient with him while he adjusts to a new home. Jacob has two siblings and they will do best in a home where they are the only children. Jacob wishes to have a family for himself and older brothers. Jacob is attached to his siblings and likes to be where they are.


Noah, Daniel, and Jacob are open to being adopted by a one or two-parent family. They would prefer if they were the only children in the home or, if there are biological children, that they would be the oldest. The ideal family will be active in doing things as a family unit, from game nights to sporting events. They are open to living in another state, but are partial to Texas. They hope their new family will have a pet. Each child has their own idea of what type of family pet is best, but they all agree that they would love to one. The ideal family will be understanding and accepting of the dynamics and challenges that may arise from adopting older children.

Child is under Texas Department of Family and Protective Services.

 

 

 

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