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Christopher (3) and Isaac (9 months)

We are trying to find a new family for Christopher (3) and Isaac (9 months), let us tell you a little more about them…

Talented footballer Christopher is seeking a family with the fun and energy to match his. This gorgeous little chap loves nothing more than having a kick-around in the garden or in the park, jumping, running and diving as he perfects his skills.

He’s making excellent progress with his loving foster carers.  There is some delay in his speech and we’re monitoring this so that he and his carers can be given the right support to help him thrive.

Christopher can find his emotions get a little too much for him at times (as a lot of three year olds do) but he’s doing really well with the techniques that we’re teaching him to regulate himself.  He’s brilliantly spirited and of course likes to push the boundaries in a bid to become more independent just like other children of the same age.

Christopher’s got a really contagious character – drawing you into his playtimes (his favourites are the toy animals) and making you laugh with his infectious giggle.  He’s also a joy to live with as he loves to get involved in household chores. You should see him with his toy hoover whizzing it over all of the carpets.

When it’s time to chill out, it’s Paw Patrol and Peppa Pig that he turns to, snuggling up with his foster carers on the sofa. He’s also a bit of a performer,  singing and dancing along to his favourite nursery rhymes. We love that his confidence is developing and it’s brilliant to see him exploring different environments.

Isaac is Christopher’s 9-month-old brother. He’s of mixed heritage (white British and black Caribbean, Christopher is white British) and has beautiful blue eyes, blonde curly hair and a light brown skin tone. This little character loves to interact and gives great eye contact to make sure you get involved with him.

His favourite thing to do? Wriggling and rolling on his animal activity mat and challenging himself to reach the little animals and rattles suspended above him.

His verbal skills are showing now as he happily coos and babbles responding to the adults and kids who talk to him with smiles and excitement.

He thinks its hilarious to blow raspberries and he’s recently learnt how to roll over, this boy is now on the move!

Nothing gets past little Isaac as he’s so interested in what’s going on around him. Alert and animated, this little one loves to be around people especially his big brother who he has a sweet relationship with.

We’re looking for an Early Permanence placement for these little guys so if you’d like to find out more about them and being an Early Permanence carer, please contact Family Adoption Links Northamptonshire.

 

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