Jose from Texas

Texas Adoption Exchange

  • Age16
  • GenderM
  • LocationTexas
  • Case #81666

Jose (who goes by Joey) is an athlete who loves to play sports. He played football for his school team and greatly enjoyed the experience. He not only likes to play sports, he also likes to talk about sports and watch games. Joey takes advantage of any opportunity to be outdoors, but he also loves video games. Joey is an intelligent and motivated youth. He likes school and does well academically. Joey appreciates the time he has to spend with his brothers and his friends, but also likes to have time alone. He is a very independent and resilient youth.

Jose, Jesus, and Juan (who prefer to go by Joey, Jesse, and Johnny) are tight-knit brothers who have experienced a lot together. They have a very strong bond with each other and are very dedicated to being adopted together. This terrific trio loves to spend time outdoors and play sports. They enjoy activities like camping and hiking. They are very competitive and like to see who can outdo the other. Joey is the quietest of the group. He likes to play sports and video games. Jesse is the comedian of the bunch. He likes to have fun and make others laugh. Johnny is very polite and well-mannered. Jose, Jesus, and Juan like to keep each other on their toes. They are funny and have big personalities. They can be slow to warm up, but with those they are comfortable with, they are warm and friendly. Joey, Jesse, and Johnny have many friends in church and place importance on religion.

Joey needs a family that will love him and help support him to become a successful man. He desires a family that will be there for him now and in the future. Joey is interested in a family with a mom and a dad. He does best with a positive role model. Joey thrives with routine and structure. He needs a home with clear rules, boundaries, and expectations. His family will need to provide him with unconditional love and acceptance for him to feel safe. Joey?EUR(TM)s family needs to be patient with him as he bonds with the family. It will likely be a slow transition for him to learn his place. His family will need to understand that he may be slow to accept the changes at first.