Meet this amazing sibling group!
Corey is a funny and energetic boy who loves superheroes, especially The Avengers, Spiderman, and Black Panther. He’s been described as resilient, helpful, sweet, kind, and humorous. He’s always quick to make someone laugh and is often goofy during interactions as he likes to see people smiling. He enjoys crafts, playing outside, and playing with other children. He especially likes using glue and scissors to make crafts. He loves to help around the house, like fixing and building things with his foster father. He also enjoys riding the quad with his foster father, whom he idolizes. He loves to eat pizza, french fries, and fig bars. He’s the oldest of the siblings and likes to be in charge.
Next up is Lorenzo, who’s curious and kind. He is also described as active, shy, and caring. He learns by doing and is always wondering how things work or testing things to see what happens. This allows him the opportunity to constantly be learning. He’s also always good for quick grin and hug and is very affectionate. Some of his favorite foods are chicken nuggets, Oodles of Noodles, and dessert of any kind. His foster mother couldn’t identify ANY food that Lorenzo doesn’t like! He loves playing outside, riding his scooter or bike, jumping on the trampoline, drawing with chalk, and playing with squirt guns. He also loves playing in the dirt, sandbox, and with water. He likes dinosaurs, superheroes, Play-Doh, animal figurines, and the TV show PJ Mask. His favorite color is green, and his favorite character is the Hulk.
Now we come to Isaac. His favorite foods are pizza and chicken nuggets but is not a fan of mushrooms. He loves superheroes like Spiderman and Batman. As a matter of fact, he has a Batman costume that he loves to dress up in! He also likes Power Rangers and Paw Patrol. He recently started playing t-ball and his foster parents describe him as very boyish, energetic, fun, wild, sweet, loving, silly, and compassionate. He’s also described as a sweet and sensitive child. He’s always quick to see and respond when someone’s having a bad day. He’s very affectionate when he wants to be and can be helpful. He’s always getting into something, which leads to some funny situations! He understands sarcasm and has perfected when to use it… he loves to make people in his family laugh.
And then there’s Antonio, who’s described as being sweet, friendly, talkative young man, who loves to cuddle. He likes being close to the people that he loves. He loves affection and is quick to offer empathy when needed. He’s a quick learner and has impressed his caregivers with how fast he is able to pick up new things. His foster parents describe him as loving, happy, and bubbly in the mornings. Some of his favorite foods are tacos, hamburgers, and mashed potatoes but is not a fan of vegetables, especially green beans! He enjoys watching PJ Mask, Mickey Mouse, Paw Patrol, and Barney. He loves sports, especially baseball and karate and has his own baseball mitt that he likes to carry with him.
Last, but certainly not least, is Mya. She’s got a great, endearing personality and is blossoming into such a sweet little girl! She likes “Baby Shark” and doesn’t like messes. She’s starting to voice her opinions. Although she’s gaining her independence, she will reach out for help when needed. Mya can be shy and likes to take time to warm up to new faces. After she feels comfortable around someone, she’s quick to show off her dance moves and make others laugh. She’s affectionate and loves to hug and cuddle. She enjoys one-on-one time and spending time with her family. She also loves playing outside on the swing set and trampoline. She also likes drawing with chalk, playing with squirt guns, playing in the dirt, sandbox, and with water. She’s the youngest in the sibling group and looks up to her brothers.
Corey, Lorenzo, Isaac, Antonio, and Mya are not yet legally free for adoption. For more information about this amazing family, please have your family worker contact their recruiter, Danni, at email@example.com or call the SWAN Helpline at 1.800.585.SWAN.
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