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Jack (3)

Meet Jack, a bundle of joy with an infectious smile and boundless energy. His laughter fills the room as he indulges in his favourite activities, from climbing and outdoor adventures to transforming into a superhero with his imaginative play. Bath time is a highlight for Jack, where he delights in splashing and playing for hours on end.

With a great sense of humour, Jack loves to entertain with silly faces and playful antics, especially relishing the opportunity to pull off a “shocked face” on demand. Beneath his lively exterior lies a sweet little heart, as Jack cherishes cuddles for comfort and connection. At night time, he embraces his bedtime routine, drifting off to sleep to soothing music and snuggling up with his beloved dummy and blanket.

In Jack’s world, every day is filled with excitement and discovery. From nursery adventures to breakfast delights of cereal, toast, or pancakes, he approaches each moment with enthusiasm. While he may occasionally nod off during car rides, his bedtime remains consistent, thanks to his cosy toddler bed surrounded by a menagerie of soft toys.

With a deep understanding of Jack’s history, we empower you to advocate for his needs and provide the support he deserves. Through ongoing training and access to resources like emotional literacy and counselling, you’ll build a foundation of resilience and strength, ensuring Jack thrives in his new family environment.

What kind of family does Jack need?

We know exactly what kind of parents Jack needs but that isn’t defined by whether you are single or in a couple, gay or straight, older or younger so if you would like to express an interest in Jack, please get in touch with Family Adoption Links Leicestershire.

 

 

Please not that Jack is a pseudonym and whilst the image of him is representative of what he looks like, it is not actually him.

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