Credit and Appreciation go to: Ashley Carson

Brayden and Bobby

We always talk about how kids come into foster care through no fault of their own. It’s about their parents’ choices and decisions and circumstances, not the kids’. The same is true for becoming available for adoption. It’s not the kids’ fault when their parents’ rights have to be terminated to ensure long-term safety and stability. This is especially true for these guys right here – Bobby and Brayden. They struggled at first coming to terms with not having their parents any more. Try to imagine the emotions swirling around in their young minds as they tried to make sense of it all – fear, frustration, uncertainty, anger. But here’s the cool part. Bobby and Brayden have made incredible progress in therapy and are really in a good place emotionally. They’re both excellent students, and they both like to dress nice and look sharp. And they love each other like crazy. They get along well with each other and with other kids, too. And don’t worry about stressing over what they might like to eat – neither boy is picky at all about what he eats. They even like vegetables! To help them both continue their amazing progress, they need a home that includes a strong male authority figure (single dad or married couple). No slight to our super moms out there, but these guys respond better to males than females at times. Regardless of the makeup, the home needs to be consistent, structured, and supportive of both boys as they continue to mature and grow. Y’all, these are great kids who will absolutely flourish in the right environment. If you want to learn more about Bobby and Brayden, just let us know.



Age: 10, 11

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