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Gift of Love: Brandon, Omari and Kymani

It was an afternoon of fun and discovery at the Brookshire's Wildlife Museum as brothers Kymani, Omari and Brandon make there way through all the animals. 

Kymani is the youngest of this sibling group and loves to have his way, and because he is the youngest his brothers usually make sure he gets his way.
Kymani is a sweet child who is full of energy and loves to play.

"He likes to play outside, he likes playing in the dirt, he loves cars, he loves playing with his brothers," Intensive Adoption Coordinator Ashley Gipson said.

When first meeting Kymani he appears to be shy, as he doesn't like to meet strangers, but once he gets to know you his sweet personality comes out.  

"As far as developmental, he is a little delayed as far as when it comes to speech," Gipson said.
     
Omari is the middle child, and like his younger brother he is full of energy. Omari enjoys playing outside and loves eating candy and other sweets.

"Orange slices," Omari said.

He also loves chicken McNuggets. Cars is Omari's favorite movie. He loves Lightning McQueen and Mater. So it's no surprise what Omari says when asked what he wants to be when he grows up.  
   
"A race car driver," Omari said.

Then there is oldest brother Brandon.  He is very protective of his younger brothers.  Brandon is also described as a child who loves to please others and one who wants to be accepted by everyone. 

At school his favorite thing is, "going to recess," Brandon said.

Brandon loves both football and basketball.  It's very important to Brandon that he continues to participate in these activities. He also just likes to play.

"Play hide and go seek? What else do you like to do?  Play tag," Brandon said.

Brandon tells me when he grows up, he wants to be a professional wrestler.

All three boys hope to find a forever family soon that will love and care for them.

"A family that is well structured. One that is going to be patient with the boys, accept them for who they are and where they are now. and to allow them time to grow with them. these boys have been through a lot and it's going to take some time to adjust where they are at," Gipson said.

A family that can show these three precious boys the Gift of Love.

If you'd like to know more about Brandon, Omari, Kymani call our Gift of Love hotline, Toll-free, 1-888-KIDS-275.

 

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