Jasmine is a very reserved, independent, teenage girl who enjoys listening to all types of music except country. Not only does she enjoy listening to music, but she loves writing her own music. Jasmine loves watching old movies, and one of her all-time favorite movie is “The Breakfast Club.” Her favorite food is pizza, but don’t try and give her any cabbage. She would yell, “Yuck!!” Jasmine dreams of spending time in Brazil and traveling the world.
Robert is an active child who enjoys sports particularly baseball and basketball. He played on a baseball team and discovered that he was really good at all the positions he played on the field. In his spare time, Robert loves being outside, helping out on the farm, driving the tractor, feeding the cows, and raking hay. Some of Robert’s favorite things to eat are spaghetti and chicken with corn flakes on top.
James is an active, energetic, young boy who loves the outdoors. He enjoys riding his bike, playing with his brother, and hanging out around the farm. James prefers the country setting and would love a home on a farm with a lot of land. Some of his favorite foods include pizza, salad, fruit and dirt dessert, but he doesn’t like chili, baked beans or tomato soup. One of James’ favorite things to do on a Sunday is watch his football team, the Pittsburgh Steelers, play.
Jasmine would love a family who enjoys traveling, spending time together, and who has good taste and style. She would love to have them help her with decorating different things and making school projects. She would like an even balance of attention and alone time. Robert would love a family who enjoys working outside in the garage, particularly using tools as he's recently been given his own toolbox. James would love a family who enjoys outdoor activities and who can teach him how to build things.
The boys would love to live on a farm, but Jasmine not so much, but they all want to stay together. They’re looking for a loving, stable family who can provide them with the attention and consistency they would need.
They are not legally free for adoption.
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