Jacob from Texas
Jacob likes to draw, work on puzzles, and watch cartoons on TV. When outdoors, he enjoys playing basketball. Jacob needs a family who will be dedicated to his educational needs. He responds well to having a team as a support system. Jacob's favorite foods include burgers and ice cream. He's the perfect grilling-out buddy for summers. Like many teenagers, Jacob likes to play with tablets and electronics, as they can be a nice distraction. However, Jacob is also an avid outdoorsman and loves to be in nature hunting and fishing. While Jacob could lead you as a fishing guide around his favorite spots, he has had limited his opportunities to hunt and he will need the very structured guidance to develop safe hunting practices while learning to respect the land. Jacob responds positively when being redirected.
Jacob, the eldest of the four brothers, is described as the most shy of the group. He will initially be standoffish when meeting new people and takes time to warm up. Dyllan, the second eldest, is the most level-headed of the group. Some may call him the lead decision maker, as his brothers will often trust his instincts the most. Cory, the third brother, is often mistaken as the youngest. This doesn't really bother him though because he is busy forging his own path. Cory is not afraid to speak his mind and let his opinions be known. Dustin, the youngest brother, is often the most animated of the bunch. He doesn't mind being the clown to break the tension in the group. As a group, they have a deep bond. When these boys have decided they are committed to you, they will not hold back their love and affection for you. Jacob, Dyllan, Cory and Dustin care deeply for each other. Visit me at the Heart Gallery of South Texas.
Jacob will respond best to a family who already has a well-established connection within themselves which he can meld into. He will require parents who are firm and patient. Jacob will do best with a two-parent family structure. Jacob has shown a strong desire to have a loving mother and father to guide him and his brothers and care for them. The family must be willing to continue nurturing the connection the brothers' share and help them establish normalcy in what to expect from a sibling bond. Jacob is open to having other siblings and pets in the home. Jacob and his brothers each have their own academic needs and will benefit from someone who has experience in identifying and assisting to improve those needs.