Gallery ID# Dylan TN01-23595090 & Cody TN01-7819354
Dylan & Cody are excited about being adopted and are ready to meet their forever family.
Dylan is a little boy who is very driven to do well in all areas of his life. He is slow to warm up to new people, but once he is comfortable, he is able to bond quickly and form relationships easily. He loves helping others and likes activities that allow him to interact with others. His favorite board game is Monopoly. He likes a variety of indoor and outdoor activities. His favorite sport is football and he would like a family who would provide him with more opportunities to play team sports.
Dylan loves school and makes good grades. He says that when he finishes high school he would like to serve in the military or go to the police academy.
Cody is the oldest of the siblings. He is a history buff and enjoys sharing with you the facts he learns from the many books he likes to read. Cody does prefer reading and indoor activities to playing outside. He says that the reason he enjoys reading history books is because he can learn so much about topics that interest him. History books are not the only types of books Cody likes to read. He also enjoys reading fantasy books for pleasure. Cody has participated in the cub scouts in the past and enjoyed the activities associated with that, such as camping and learning survival skills. Even though Cody has some preferred interests, he is open and willing to try new things too!
Cody enjoys school. He is very intelligent and makes good grades. He does need a family who can advocate for him in this area and encourage him to always do his best. Cody’s favorite subject is science and he says he would like to go to college after high school.
These two brothers are very ready to be adopted! They need a family who is willing to support and encourage them to reach their fullest potential because they both have so much to offer to a family.
Photographed Marc, 2019 by Jalynn Baker Photography 421
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