- Case #80526
Malcom is an incredibly busy child. He likes to be in the middle of everything and everyone. Malcom loves his older sisters and is very bonded with them. He loves to be read to while being held, as well as reading back to those who will listen. Malcom responds well to nurturing and affection. He has a tendency to want things in a certain order and will sometimes put objects in a line as the order makes sense to him. He receives speech therapy services to help improve his speech. Malcom is "all boy" and enjoys playing outside with his trucks. He always has a mischievous grin and can make others laugh.
Tru, Zaiysha, and Malcom are a sibling group with lots of personality and lots of love to give. They are active children who love to hang out and spend time together. They are all sweet, friendly, and full of personality. Tru loves to sing and dance. Zaiysha is a dancer as well, but also a budding artist with a love for drawing. Malcom can usually be found with his trucks and cars in a world of a make-believe demolition derby. Tru, Zaiysha, and Malcom are busy children with tremendous lives ahead of them. They benefit from redirection to help them make good choices. They are each special and unique in their own way and, together, they will fill your heart and family with a lifetime of great experiences and memories. Visit us at the Heart Gallery of the High Plains.
Malcom will be fine in a home with either one or two parents. He will do very well in a family who is consistent with their discipline and patient with him while he is adjusting to a new setting and boundaries. Malcom's parents will need to be familiar with the nurturing and care that a very young child needs. He loves to be held and rocked. He needs reassurance and love as he grows and matures. Malcom has two siblings and will do best in a home where they are the only children. He is bonded to his siblings and likes to be where they are.