- Case #47135
Nicolas is a big teddy bear and loves to greet other people with a hug. He is a happy and friendly kid who likes to challenge himself and be successful with his challenges. Having the support of his family during this time is very important to Nicolas. Nicolas learned to ride a bike this year and he is very proud of his accomplishment! He loves to ride his bike and will ride almost every day. He likes to be active and enjoys laughing and watching funny movies. Nicolas enjoys being a part of a close knit family. He enjoys regular family gatherings and having other family members and friends to play with. One on one time with his parents is important to Nicolas. Nicolas enjoys activities such as going to the movies, out to eat, to a fun park, playing video games, and swimming. Nicolas does well at school and gets along with his teachers and peers. Nicolas wants to be adopted and have the opportunity to be a role model to younger kids, and working towards being a successful person in life.
Nicolas and Nathan are a dynamic duo! They have a close relationship with each other and really want to be adopted together. Nathan looks up to his older brother, Nicolas. Nicolas takes pride in being the role model for his brother and other children. Nicolas tends to take on more of a leadership role amongst his peers. Nicolas likes to read comic books and play board games. He likes to be the center of attention. Nathan is shy and takes his time to get to know others. However, Nathan has a sense of humor and loves to draw pictures. They both enjoy going to school and interacting with their schoolmates. They like to be praised and respond well to positive reinforcement and enjoy one on one time, as well as time together. Nicolas and Nathan are awesome children and are both excited about finding their forever family!
Nicholas needs a family who is able to provide appropriate structure, rules, and boundaries. He needs a family who will provide him with the guidance, experiences and opportunities to gain the skills necessary to prepare him to live independently as an adult. He needs a family who will establish and consistently apply rewards and consequences and who will model appropriate behavior.