Ja'Keem, Ja'Marion, and Ja'Heim

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Names: Ja'Keem, Ja'Marion, and Ja'Heim
Ages: 3 , 5 and 3
Status: Active

Date created: 11:23AM Monday 10/09/17
Last updated: 11:32AM Monday 10/09/17



Name: Wanda Washington
Email: wanda.washington@la.gov
Phone: (318) 362-3446
Address: P. O. Box 9493
City: Monroe Louisiana 71201
    

Ja'Keem, Ja'Marion, and Ja'Heim

Ja'Keem who goes by JR is just like his twin brother, Ja'Heim, in many ways. His favorite color is yellow or green. He loves to play with any toy you give him! He enjoys Paw Patrol, cars, and basketball. When he grows up he wants to be a cartoon character and drive a car. He loves the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and showed off some of their ninja moves! He loved showing us how fast he could run and how high he could jump. JR is very outgoing and can talk about anything.

Ja'Marion loves being an older brother. He spends his time with his brothers playing with cars, motorcycles, and superheroes. Ja'Marion likes all kinds of sports: football, baseball, basketball. His favorite superheroes are the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles! Their ninja moves are very exciting to him. Ja'Marion also loves ice cream, reading, and math. You may find him getting his exercise on the trampoline when he is outside. Ja'Marion loves his twin brothers and wants to stay with them.

Ja'Heim goes by RJ. He is much quieter and more reserved than his brother, Ja'Keem, although they like many of the same things. His favorite color is yellow. He loves to play with any toy you give him! He enjoys Paw Patrol, cars, and basketball. When he grows up he wants to drive a car. He loves the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles! RJ enjoys watching his brother jump around the yard but he would rather sit and play quietly.

Could you find a place for these boys in your home?


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