Brothers enjoy sports
Brauk and Blake are fun-loving siblings of Caucasian descent. Brauk, 11, is a pleasant, polite boy with a good sense of humor. He likes to know what is going on around him and is social. He likes to be outside and enjoys playing sports. Brauk also loves to go to church. He is fascinated by God, religion and gospel music. Brauk is well-liked by his teachers and peers but needs to put forth more effort into academics to get the results he wants. At times, he needs things explained to him a couple of times to process them.
Blake, 10, likes to stay active. He is even-tempered and relates well to adults and peers. He can be shy when he first meets someone, but once he gets to know someone, he opens up. He is a natural athlete who loves all sports and is good at them. He plays on a street hockey team, and because of his skills, he was moved up a level to play with older children. His dream is to be a professional hockey player when he grows up. Blake does well in school and is liked by teachers and peers. He has many friends.
Legally free for adoption, Brauk and Blake request to live in a home together with a mother and a father. Their social worker is open to other children being in the home. A pre-adoptive family should be willing to follow an open adoption agreement with the birth family, which includes two visits a year and letters and pictures once a year. An ideal family should commit to maintaining contact with Brauk and Blake’s two biological sisters, who were placed together in another home in Massachusetts.
BRAUK and BLAKE