- Case #82419
Jimmy is a very energetic and happy child. He likes to play with flash cards and show you how quick he can learn new things. Jimmy enjoys playing with his many toy trucks or playing outside in the kiddie pool with his twin brother, Jeremy. He likes story time and can spend hours playing with Lego?EUR(TM)s and puzzles. Jimmy's laugh and smile make him stand out in a crowd. He is talkative with those he is comfortable with, but very shy with new people. Jimmy enjoys hugs and being held when he is sad. His favorite foods are chicken nuggets, bananas, and ketchup. He likes to use ketchup to decorate his food before he eats it.
Cristina, Jeremy, and Jimmy are full of an immense amount of energy and never sit for long periods of time. They love to eat, so they enjoy sitting still for snack time and meals. Cristina, Jeremy, and Jimmy recently discovered swimming pools and love to splash around in the pool and play with their pool toys and floats. Like most siblings, they tend to have some quarrels; however, they ask for one another when they are not nearby. As the oldest, Cristina likes to teach her brothers about the subjects she learns in school, such as spelling, math, and reading, and correct them if they are wrong. She is protective of her brothers, but also likes to have time to herself. Jeremy and Jimmy usually follow directions from Cristina, but will tell on each other if they are doing something they shouldn?EUR(TM)t be doing. Cristina is a ?EURoegirly-girl?EUR who enjoys dressing up and getting her hair done daily. Jeremy loves to run and play when he gets the chance. He is very affectionate with those he knows well. He prefers to play on his own when his siblings are not around. Jimmy enjoys learning new things daily and prefers to focus on his flash cards and puzzles when he is alone. He likes to help clean up and put things back where they belong.
Jimmy requires a family with a lot of patience and understanding, as he is still learning about his surroundings and needs redirection with social interactions. He will benefit from a family that is very active and outgoing. Jimmy doesn?EUR(TM)t like to sit still, so being out in parks, pools, or social activities as a family will help him bond. He is attached to his siblings and asks for them when they are not around. Jimmy likes sharing his room with his twin brother, Jeremy; therefore, a room for the two of them will be a great help for transition.