Aging Out: Y Still Waits
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Another critical time sensitive waiting child profile has crossed our path of a sibling group facing possible separation because the older brother is on the verge of aging out. These two precious boys have recently lost their parents due to very tragic circumstances. Graham (age 10) and Grayson (age 13) were raised by their father and mother until two years ago when their elderly father passed away and their mother was killed in a car accident. Though the boys' village rallied around them after their parents died, Grayson and Graham were eventually sent to an orphanage where they wait today for a family who will give them a second chance at love.
Because Grayson is nearing his 14th birthday soon he will age out of the system and no longer be eligible for adoption.
Graham is a 4th grader and Grayson is finishing 10th grade. When they arrived at the orphanage, they were behind in their schooling, but the orphanage arranged for a tutor, and now both are doing great! Both boys struggle with math, but are overall good students. The boys enjoy reading books (Graham likes comic books!) and help their caregivers in the orphanage. They help with cleaning and even do their own laundry! Their caregivers describe Graham as quiet and independent and Grayson is helpful, yet somewhat stubborn. Although they clearly have their own unique personalities, at the end of the day these two brothers are very attached to each other.
We sincerely hope you or someone you can SHARE this with will consider adopting Graham and Grayson so they can be guaranteed a future together.
Learn More About Graham and Grayson
Contact Agape Adoptions at 253-987-5804 and/or check out Agape's Facebook Page specific to this Waiting Child profile to learn more about Grayson and Graham. Their files are currently being translated, so don't delay! Let's not make them wait any longer for a forever family!
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