"We are happy children."
Timothy and his younger brother Robert have a strong sibling connection. They have been observed to possess a special language they speak between each other. Both brothers are making great strides in learning to speak and express themselves. Timothy and Robert are happy children who love one another dearly. The boys love attention from adults as much as they enjoy playing outdoors. Timothy and Robert are healthy, affectionate, caring, and enjoy each other's company. These brothers both enjoy going on family outgoings, exploring new and exciting things as well as learning about new places.
"I am shy until I get to know you."
Timothy is a happy child. He plays well with others, though he often prefers playing alone. Timothy loves playing with Lego's, action figures, cars, and watching cartoons. He also enjoys playing games and creating arts and crafts. Timothy loves attending school. He has a great understanding of words. Timothy is making great strides in school. He is learning to form letters and learning his colors. He is receiving speech services through his school. Timothy is a shy and bashful child. He avoids eye contact during initial encounters. However, once Timothy is comfortable with someone he will make a little eye contact for brief periods of time.
A two-parent or single parent family will best meet Timothy’s needs. A family who is interested in providing a loving and patient environment is a must. His family will accept and provide for his needs.
"I am very outgoing and love to smile."
Robert is a happy-go-lucky child. He is friendly, outgoing, and loving. Robert finds joy in talking to others, giving hugs, and smiling all the time. Others say he is always smiling and happy to see folks visiting. One of Robert's love languages is "words of affirmation," he loves to receive praise. He also finds joy in attending school. Robert has taken a great interest in learning, which is demonstrated by the great strides he is making in learning the alphabet as well as colors. Robert’s communication skills enable him to play well with others. He does not mind sharing his toys with peers.
A two-parent or single parent family will best meet Robert’s needs. A family who is interested in providing a loving and patient environment is a must. His family will accept and provide for his needs.
A two-parent or single parent family will best meet the brothers’ needs. A family who is interested in providing a loving and patient environment is a must. Their family will accept and provide for the two brothers’ needs. Families who may have knowledge and experience with the Autism spectrum will be a good fit for Timothy and Robert.
Children are under Texas Department of Family and Protective Services.