|Names:||Brycen, Cayleah, Summer, Breionah|
|Ages:||13, 11, 11, 10|
|Gender:||1 male, 3 female|
|Case #:||SNC10510654 Expand
|Last Profile Update:||01/24/20|
|Photo Updated:||09/01/17 - 01/25/20 Expand |
About the Siblings
……....NORTH CAROLINA AND "CLOSE" SURROUNDING STATES ONLY...…….
Brycen is an active young boy who loves being outdoors, riding dirt bikes, bicycles and playing with legos. He is open to sharing his feelings and demonstrates kindness, loyalty and a nurturing nature towards others. He is described by his caregivers as being friendly with peers and respectful towards adults.
Summer and Cayleah are twin sisters. Summer maintains a positive attitude and outgoing personality. She is independent, determined and talkative. She is known for initiating affection towards others. Summer enjoys coloring, playing with Troll dolls is an affectionate child with a warm smile and bubbly disposition. Her school has described her as a model for self-motivation. She strives to maintain and succeed during challenges.
Cayleah, is an energetic and happy little girl who likes to help others, especially her siblings and foster parents. She is known by others as being neat and organized. Cayleah is initially shy and reserved but as she warms to a new environment and people, she becomes talkative and affectionate. She enjoys coloring, completing puzzles, playing with Shopkins, and writing letters.
Breionah is shy, reserved and affectionate. She enjoys assembling puzzles, and Paw Patrol. She is active outside but does not like bugs. She enjoys participating in dialog and enjoys being vocal and voice her opinion being heard. She readily shares her feelings in open communication. Breionah is best described as independent, and able to advocate for her herself.
These adorable children have expressed a desire for a forever family that understands that they are very close and want to be adopted as a sibling group of four. The adoptive should be sensitive to the deep and lasting bonds these children have to their parents. The worker recommends that the prospective adoptive be supportive of the connection that the children have with their current foster family and accepting of continued contact.