Brothers Tyran and Tyrese had a blast touring the our studios and their favorite is playing on the green weather wall. Tyran is in the 4th grade and really enjoys Math. He is a very smart young man. Tyran is very playful and likes to play jokes and be silly. This 9 year old also likes P. E.
"Play dodge ball," Tyran said.
Tyran also likes to stay active with, "football and basketball," Tyran said.
When it comes to his future, Tyran is thinking big.
"I want to be a brain surgeon," Tyran said.
Tyran has very high goals for himself and he has instilled that into his younger brother.
"Tyrese is 6 years old and in kindergarten and he just loves to run and play," CASA volunteer Sandra Hildebrand said.
Tyrese is a little slower to warm up but once he does he's very outgoing.
"Initially he's rather shy and reserved but once he breaks down he's just a very loving and sweet little boy," Hildebrand said.
Tyrese also enjoys sports and playing outside.
As for the boys' wishes for the future they both want to stay together.
"To never split up from my little brother," Tyran said.
They also hope to find a forever family.
"To have a Christian family," Tyran said.
A religious family that can show both of these brothers the Gift of Love.
if you'd like to know more about Tyran and Tyrese or other East Texas children available for adoption call our Gift of Love hotline, toll-free, 1-888-KIDS-275.
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