AUSTIN, Texas — Isaiah, 7, and Paul, 14, are energetic brothers with smiles that light up a room. Now, they just need a forever family who will love them. The brothers are in school and participate in specialized classes that push them to grow developmentally.
"There needs to be structure," said Cho Law, the duo's program director.
Paul loves his tablet, interacting with videos and games. He is also learning sign language. Isaiah loves to spend time outside. His favorite thing to do is ride in his wagon and use the swings. Both of these boys have big appetites. They love pizza, corn dogs and hamburgers. Yummy choices!
Law said they need to feel secure and loved. They need a family with structure and who will put forth the time to help them grow. They would be happy to have more siblings!
"Paul and Isaiah require loving and patient people who [don't] give up," Law added.
Finally, they need reassurance they will feel safe. They both have big hearts, and if given the chance, Law said they have a lot to offer a family.
"If you get to know those kids they will change your heart," he said.
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