You remember the Three Musketeers? Well, check out these brothers who will charm your socks off!
First up is Blaze, whose favorite television show is… “Blaze and the Monster Machines,” on Nickelodeon, but he also likes the Disney movie “Cars.” He’s described as a friendly, talkative, and helpful young man who loves to swim and ride his bike. He also likes playing videogames and some of his favorites are Big Game Hunter and Tony Hawk’s skateboarding games. Favorite food, you ask? Indian corn stew.
Next up is younger brother Ace, who loves basketball and anything with wheels! He’s a curious, animated, and cautious young man who enjoys spending one-on-one time with others. He likes to try new activities, especially new sports. He likes watching football on TV. Favorite food? Anything with red sauce.
Last, but certainly not least is youngest brother Cruz. He loves to dance and play with cars. He’s characterized as a charming, independent, and social young man. He also likes Mickey Mouse and coloring. He’s extremely outgoing and enjoys the company of others. Favorite food? Macaroni and cheese!
These special siblings need a dedicated family with no younger children.
Parental rights have not been terminated for Blaze, Ace, and Cruz; however, once a permanent resource is identified, the county will enact steps to terminate parental rights.
For more information, a family can call the SWAN Helpline at 1-800-585-SWAN or have the family worker contact the recruiter, Danni Porath, via telephone or email email@example.com.
Families must have an approved Family Profile (home study) to adopt a child. Only those families with approved profiles will be considered by the child’s caseworker in the county children and youth agency with custody of the child.
The information is given by PAE based solely on the statement of the family that they are approved to adopt. Families in Pennsylvania without an approved Family Profile are directed to contact 1-800-585-SWAN1-800-585-SWAN
to pursue an agency in their geographic area. Families living outside of Pennsylvania are encouraged to work with an agency in their state to prepare the profile.