Marques is a 13-year-old boy from Texas who is hoping to be adopted.
Marques is a soft-spoken, polite and engaging child. He plays well with others and has improved on sharing his things. Marques often wants to be the leader and tries to act like an adult. Some of Marques' favorite activities include spending time with his family, riding his bike, basketball, football, and swimming. Marques is known to try anything at least once. Marques generally gets along well with others. He is very engaging, although he can be very shy initially. Marques needs help to keep on task, to focus and concentrate. Marques is described as very easy to get along with. He can be quiet and shy but will open up with time. Like his older brother, Marques is active and loves to spend time outdoors.
Montell and Marques are quite athletic and enjoy playing sports, riding their bikes and swimming! A very active family will be a good fit for Montell and Marques. They enjoy doing things outdoors and spending time with each other. The ideal family will be able to provide the structure and routine the boys need and can help Marques and Montell maintain their current school performance. They get along well with other children, but seek attention, so a family with no or few other children will be best. Montell is very easy to get along with. He can be quiet and shy but will open up with time. He is very active and likes having attention. Marques generally gets along well with others. He is very engaging, although he can be shy initially. Marquise often wants to be the leader and tries to act like an adult. Visit us at the Heart Gallery of Central Texas View our video on Austin YNN \"Forever Families\".
A very active family will be a good fit for Marques. He enjoys doing things outdoors and spending time with his brother. Marques requires structure and routine. He will also need a family who can help maintain his current school performance. Marques will need to be adopted with his brother. He gets along well with other children, but seeks attention, so a family with no or few other children would be best.
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