"We are adorable boys who love playing outside!"
Labrais, Bryise, and Willie are loving children who have a lot of love to offer. They play well together overall, but have their moments of sibling rivalry. The three boys all love playing outside. They enjoy playing with cars, trucks, and anything superhero related. Labrais is the oldest and looks after his brothers, ensuring that they are always happy. Bryise enjoys making others laugh and keeps the energy up. Willie likes to play hard and loves being affectionate. The three boys enjoy spending time together and ask about the others when they are a part for any amount of time. They do best with both structure and affection.
"I love playing with superheroes, cars, and stuffed animals."
Labrais is a happy, loving, quiet, and affectionate child with a beautiful smile. He enjoys playing with any and all types of toys, but his favorites are cars and trucks. Despite some challenges, Labrais is smart and has a great memory. He enjoys watching Paw Patrol and any superhero action movie. Labrais does best with structure and a consistent schedule, and needs reminders to complete tasks. He does well in the classroom but needs extra assistance and support to reach his goals. Labrais is very bonded to his younger brothers and looks after them to ensure that they are doing well.
Labrais will do well with a family who is patient and committed. He needs a family who can provide him with careful supervision and a safe place. A family who will spend time with him and engage him in outdoor and sport activities will be a great fit. Labrais will do best with a family who will advocate and empower him in all aspects of his life in order to help him reach his goals. He responds well to a predictable and structured environment. The ideal family will be loving and patient and commit to him and his younger siblings.
"I love playing with toys and being outdoors. My favorite toys are trucks and action figures!"
Bryise is a caring and affectionate child. He is constantly on the move and enjoys playing with any and all types of toys. Bryise is full of curiosity and spirit and loves to be outdoors where there is plenty of room to run and explore. Bryise is very bonded to his brothers and plays well with them. Bryise benefits from receiving encouragement, guidance, and training in social etiquette and personal space boundaries. He is learning patience and to talk care of his personal items and toys. Along with his brothers, Bryise is a joy to be around and will keep you on your toes.
Bryise will do well with a family who is patient and committed and able to provide him with careful supervision. The family for Bryise will spend time with him and encourage him to participate in activities he enjoys. Bryise will do best with a family who will advocate and empower him to reach his goals. He responds best to a predictable and structured environment.
"I am very active and love being outside."
Willie is a happy, loving, and affectionate child who has a contagious grin. He likes to give and receive hugs, and also likes attention. Willie loves being held by his caregivers. He is very active and like his brothers, he enjoys the outdoors. He gets a kick out of chasing his brothers around. Willie prefers to be around people, rather than playing by himself. Willie does best with structure and a consistent schedule. Willie is very attached to his older brothers and looks up to them as role models.
Willie will do well with a family who is loving and patient. The ideal family for Willie will spend time with him and encouragement him in his interests and help him build on his accomplishments. Families who may have knowledge and experience with microcephaly will be a good fit for Willie. Willie will do best with a family who will advocate and empower him. He responds best to a predictable and structured environment.
The ideal family will be loving and patient. The boys will thrive in a two-parent home, with at least one adult caregiver who can spend quality time with them on a daily basis. All three boys require supportive services on a weekly basis, and a home that will ensure those services are provided is necessary. The boys will benefit from being the only children in the home or being the youngest. Their family will provide them with a structured and active schedule, as well as patience, consistency, and love.
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