Quin’Tryal and Zaniyah love each other and are looking forward to meeting their forever family. They both have their own individual interests, but they both enjoy the outdoors and playing outside together. Quin'Tryal is the oldest of the two. He is very loving, caring and respectful. He enjoys playing in smaller groups and on his own. Zaniyah is the youngest. She loves her brother and looks up to him. They do not show much outward affection towards one another, but they will protect and stand up for each other when they feels it is needed. Quin’Tryal and Zaniyah are excited to meet their new family.
Quin'Tryal enjoys playing outside with his friends. When he is not able to be outdoors, he enjoys playing video games and watching cartoons. Quin'Tryal is an intelligent, young child who is capable of accomplishing great things. He prefers to be in smaller settings and play alone, instead of being in larger groups. Quin’Tryal is an outstanding youth who can be very loving and respectful to his caregivers. At times, he can become distracted and will sometimes act before thinking. Quin'Tryal is still learning how to be responsible, and benefits from role models to teach him what responsibility looks like. Like many other children his age, he needs prompts and reminders to complete his chores.
Zaniyah is a youth full of energy and wonder. She enjoys playing with her toys and interacting with her peers. She likes to play games and have imaginary conversations. She loves to laugh with others. She also enjoys playing outside. While inside, she enjoys watching cartoons. Zaniyah is very intelligent and capable of so many great things. This outstanding youth can be very loving, caring, and affectionate. At times, Zaniyah can become distracted and may act before thinking. Like many other children her age, she needs to be reminded about daily activities and chores. She benefits from receiving supportive services.
Quin’Tryal and Zaniyah need a family who is kind, loving, and patient. The family will be able to spend one-on-one time with each of them and be willing to access any resources they may need. The children need a family who will provide them with a secure and loving home that includes structure and redirection. A two-parent home that can provide guidance is a must. The family needs to be able to motivate the children as they grow and encouragement them along the way and appreciate the progress they make. They need a family committed to keeping them together.
Children are under the supervision of the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services