Cesar and  Juan
Cesar and  Juan Cesar and  Juan
  • Names:
    Cesar and Juan
  • Ages:
    17 and 16
  • Genders:
    Male and Male
  • Ethnicity:
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Texas Children


"We want to be placed together."

Cesar and Juan are very close to one another and have a strong sibling connection with each other. They truly look forward to being together with a family who will help them launch into adulthood. The brothers love sports and video games. Cesar is the eldest and the protector of his brother. He is the more out-going of the two boys. Juan is more laid back and quiet until he gets to know you. He is the more reserved of the two, but trusts that his big brother will always look out for him. Both boys get along well with each other, even though at times they may disagree.

"I like to be outdoors and play sports."

Cesar is a bright outgoing young man. He may be somewhat quiet at first but once he warms up to you, he will engage in conversations rather quickly. He tends to make friends rather easily and enjoys being around his friends. Cesar enjoys playing and engaging in outdoor activities or sports, such as football and basketball. He likes to try to new things, such as golf. Cesar enjoys going to school, but he must be challenged to get his work completed and his attention must be held in order to achieve his academic goals. His plans are to join the military once he graduates from high school.

Cesar will need a family who will be patient with him. His family will also be his cheerleader and provide him encouragement. The family will also have structure for Cesar.

"I am laid back and love to play video games."

Juan is a bright young man. He is a very quiet and reserved person until he gets to know you. Once he does get to know you he presents himself as a very laid back and easy going individual. Juan really enjoys playing sports, such as basketball and being outdoors. He also loves to play video games, being with friends and just hanging out. Juan enjoys school, however he must be challenged to complete his work. His attention must be held in order for him to achieve his academic goals and complete his work. Juan is undecided on what he wants to do once he graduates from high school.

Juan will do best with a family who offers patience for him. His family will need to be extremely structured in order for Juan to stay focused. He will also need a family that really encourages him.

Cesar and Juan will do best with an active family who will keep them involved in extracurricular activities. Their family will be committed to keeping the brothers together. Cesar and Juan need a family who offers consistency and structure. Their family will offer unconditional support, guidance, and supervision. They will also set clear rules, boundaries, and expectations from the beginning and be consistent with them throughout.

Children are under Texas Department of Family and Protective Services.