When it comes to family - some would say the more the merrier. And that is exactly true for a group of siblings who are yearning to find a forever family.
Maribel and Isabel are two sisters who both share the innate drive to succeed. As the oldest, 16-year-old Maribel is nurturing and caring. When she's not taking care of her sister and two brothers', you can find her listening to music or playing volleyball. In fact when she grows up," I want to be a doctor or play professional volleyball," said Maribel.
This 16-year-old also loves school, "I really like Spanish and Math," she said.
Unlike many teens, Maribel said she is really looking forward to getting a part-time job.
Meanwhile, 14-year-old Isabel is shy and witty. She enjoys writing, drawing and dancing, playing basketball and also cheerleading.
Isabel is an honor student who, unlike a lot of kids, looks forward to going to school and knows first hand when she puts her mind to something, she can achieve anything--which is the very reason she wants to pursue a career helping children.
"When I grow up I want to to be a pediatric nurse," said Isabel.
Noah is the life of the party; he's witty, charming and he has a smile that can steal just about anyone's heart. Aside from a love for video games, he also loves playing jokes on his brother and sisters and making people laugh. Not only does Noah enjoy playing soccer and basketball, at such a young age, he already knows what he wants to be when he grows up.
"I want to be a pro football player," Noah said.
The smallest is Tereso Jr. who is outgoing and silly. When he's not outside playing with his siblings, you can find him drawing or playing video games. Junior loves school, especially math and science. Junior's foster family said he is a joy to be around and describes his as "adorable."
These four siblings will thrive in an active home who will love them for the simple fact of just being kids. They know what they want and that's to continue growing up together.
Maribel, Isabel, Noah and Tereso Jr. say they would like a family who is active that enjoys being outside, taking trips and celebrating the holiday's together. These children speak Spanish and therefore, the families that could carry on the Hispanic traditions and language would also be beneficial to these children.
If you would like more information on these children, please call Meaghan Rizzotti at: 254-501-4261 or email her at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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