Hector and Les-lie cherish their time to-gether. This brother and sister are split-up right now in different foster homes.
Leslie is the youngest. She’s 7 years old. “I like dressing-up like a princess and a little mermaid.”
Rhodes said, “She has really good manners that she uses all the time.” And this young girl likes to stay active. “[I like] playing in the water, picking berries and eating them, and catching grasshoppers.”
Hector is the big brother. He’s 9 years old. “(I like to) ride my bike.”
“He is really affectionate. He loves to hug. He loves for people to think he’s a good kid. He likes for people to be proud of him,” explained Rhodes.
Hector is excited about being in the third grade. “[I like] that we get to go play outside. I’ve been doing good and I like math.”
His little sister is in the second grade.
Hector and Leslie would do best in a family skilled at giving them structure and routine that is loving, but firm and consistent. What they need most is each other.
“I want me and my brother to be together because we love each other.”
To learn more about Hector and Leslie, join Gillian Sheridan for her “Children are a Gift” report, Tuesday night on CBS 19 Ten @ 10. You can also find information on www.CBS19.tv and www.tylerpaper.com. To inquire about an East Texas child waiting to be adopted call 903-533-4109.