- Case #79906
Marcos is a polite and quiet boy, who is very shy but is also very outgoing and talkative once he finds something in common with a person. He is respectable and gets along very well with others. He is family oriented and enjoys spending quality time with his loved ones. Marcos enjoys family trips, family outings, and playing board games. He wants an adoptive home that allows him to be social and engage in social activities at his school. Marcos is athletic and loves to run. He enjoys playing soccer, basketball, and football. Marcos is currently playing football; sports and social activities allow him to have a positive outlet and encourage him to make new friends as well as boost his self-esteem. Marcos is a smart child who enjoys going to school. His favorite subject is math. Marcos has a great relationship with his siblings and is an awesome brother.
Marcos, Fannin and Diana are a very sweet sibling group. The children get along great and love spending time together. They enjoy watching television, playing games, and riding their bikes together. Fannin and Diana share a love for playing with dolls. Marcos is very shy when he first meets others but eventually opens up. He is a very well behaved child who enjoys attending school and he does very well in school. Fannin is also very shy, but she shows her outgoing personality when she gets to know others. She also enjoys going to school and has made many great friends at school. Diana is shy at first, but she has a happy, bubbly personality. She is girly and loves to play dress up with her dolls. Marcos, Fannin, and Diana may seem shy at first, but once you get to know them, you will see their wonderful, individual personalities. They are a wonderful group who love to laugh together.
A structured family will be suitable for Marcos. He needs a loving, patient, nurturing family who will establish clear boundaries, limits, and expectations. His family will need to establish positive and negative consequences for his behavior and consistently follow through with the consequences. Marcos also needs a family who will continue to provide age appropriate activities in order to facilitate in his development.