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This sibling group of three is waiting for an understanding family to welcome them into their home! Tyler, who likes to be called "JT," is the oldest brother and has big plans for his permanent home! Being part of family who lives on a farm or can create the opportunity to be around horses or other farm animals would be his ideal situation. If not riding horses, he would love a family who likes to ride motor scooters and spend time outdoors. Playing basketball or riding his bicycle are two other ways he soaks up sunshine. Shopping for clothes at the mall with friends or family is fun for him, and he gets along nicely with younger and older children alike. In the fifth grade, JT does well in school and benefits from an IEP (Individualized Education Plan). In the last few years, he’s been on a streak of making impressive, positive strides in his life. Middle sister Aubrey is a bright and active child who continues to believe that there is a perfect, permanent home waiting for her. The swing set is where she has the most fun, unless she’s playing in her fort or with her little brother. As a full-time kindergartner, Aubrey does well in school and is very intelligent. She benefits from speech therapy, which will need to continue after placement. Last but not least is Keegan, the baby of the group, who is happy, playful, active and ready to bond with a new family. His favorite outdoor playmate is his sister Aubrey, but in a pinch he can entertain himself with a ball. Even though he can be a little shy around strangers, he will warm up quickly to play with other children and maybe even include you in his games. Not quite old enough for school yet, Keegan is quite content just to explore his world. JT and Aubrey attend counseling, which will need to continue after placement. Their case worker would prefer to place them in a two-parent home with a family who is committed, patient and loving; however, all family types will be considered. We only accept inquiries on the entire sibling group, who will be placed together. Financial assistance may be available for adoption-related services. For Colorado children, both homestudied and non-homestudied Colorado families are encouraged to inquire; only homestudied families from other states should do so.
If you are looking to fill your home with fun and adventure, Tayrome and Tayshawn will be the perfect addition to your family! Tayrome is a fun-loving guy who is active and athletic. Curious and inquisitive, he has never been introduced to an activity that he did not enjoy. Playing sports, fishing and gardening are favored activities and he loves animals. Tayrome is in the sixth grade and is doing well. Tayshawn, like his brother, is active and athletic and likes lots of hugs! His curious and inquisitive nature makes him fun to be around, as he is up for any new activity. This dynamic guy especially likes to spend his time playing sports, fishing, and gardening. Animals are of interest as well, and he enjoys taking things apart to see how they work. A fourth grader, he would thrive with parents who will support him academically. Most boys are afraid of eating anything green, but these awesome kids like to eat their veggies! They are nice, well-mannered and soft-spoken guys who like to figure out how things work and to be involved in adult conversation. Both boys get along well with their peers and have lots of friends. Currently Tayrome and Tayshawn benefit from counseling, which may need to continue after placement. They have a younger sister with whom they will need to maintain contact. Tayrome and Tayshawn need a forever family who is loving, helpful, structured and affectionate. Their caseworker prefers a two-parent family without a lot of other children, so that they will receive extra attention; however, all family types will be considered. Financial assistance may be available for adoption-related services. For Colorado children, both homestudied and non-homestudied Colorado families are encouraged to inquire; only homestudied families from other states should do so.