"We're free agents looking to be drafted!"
Damahri and Kemahri are both sweet children who crave acceptance and praise. They are both athletic and enjoy sports. The boys enjoy a variety of activities and look for opportunities to play new sports to discover what new interests they may find. A few of their favorite interests and hobbies include football, basketball, and attending church events. Both boys are social and love to be around other children. Damahri and Kemahri are close and protective of each other. Damahri is the oldest and looks after Kamahri. They boys like video games and can get competitive. They are well-mannered children and look forward to finding their forever family.
"Future hall of famer!"
Damahri is a sweet, polite child who is athletic and loves sports. He really enjoys football and basketball and would love to play on a team where he can show off his skills. He is the oldest and tends to “parent” his younger brother, Kemahri. He needs encouragement to learn how to be a sibling and not a caretaker. He is a courteous, young boy who craves one on one attention. He does well in school, especially when he interested in the subject and is motivated. He does tend to become overwhelmed when he is struggling, and can use positive reinforcement to help him work through his feelings. He tends to seeks out praise and is always looking to impress adults.
Damahri will do well in a family who is consistent with their discipline and will be patient with him while he adjusts to his new home. With his love of sports, it will be beneficial for Damahri to have a parent or other siblings who share his interest. He will do best in a family that can help him cultivate his interests and allow him to be involved in activities, such as football. He also enjoys playing video games and has mentioned that he would love to have an older brother to play with. The ideal family will be one that is active in family activities and spends a fair amount of time engaged in events outside the home.
"I've got the "dance moves" to succeed."
Kemahri is a sweet child who has lots of emotions. When he is excited about something, it shows. He loves to dance and show off his “moves.” He loves sports and hopes to play football for the Dallas Cowboys or the Denver Broncos one day. He enjoys tossing the football around every chance he gets. At times, Kemahri can be sensitive and can get his feelings hurt easily. When this happens, he seeks to be comforted. Kemahri can struggle with subjects in school and does best when someone is patient and sits down with him and assists him with working at this own pace. Like his older brother, Kemahri tends to seek attention and praise from his caregivers.
He will do best in a family who can help him promote his interests and allow him to be involved in activities in which he excels. He will benefit from a strong role model. With his love of sports, it will be beneficial for Kemahri to have a parent or siblings who share his interest. Kemahri will do well in a family who is consistent with their discipline and will be patient with him while he adjusts to his new home. His ideal family will be one who is active in family activities and will allow him to be involved in extracurricular activities.
Damahri and Kemahri will do best in a two-parent home. Their ideal family will be one that is active in family activities and who spends a fair amount of time engaged in outings and events outside the home. Their family needs to provide the children with plenty of structure, love, and guidance. The boys enjoy a variety of activities and need opportunities to find out what their interests are and what they most enjoy. They will love to have a parent who will take them to sporting events. They will do best in a family who has simple, clearly defined rules and is able to provide them with consistency in learning boundaries while they adjust to their new home. It is essential that their family also provide adequate supervision to meet their specific needs. Damahri and Kemahri have two younger brothers who they are attached to and it is important they are able to maintain contact with them. Both boys are open to new siblings. Damahri has specifically expressed wanting an older brother. The boys are ready to meet their forever family.
Children are under Texas Department of Family and Protective Services.