Aaron and Andrew are brothers, sure, but they are also a team.
“We work a lot better together,” says 15-year-old Andrew. “We encourage each other each other to do the right stuff.”
“I do a lot better when I’m with Andrew,” says 13-year-old Aaron.
Aaron says his older brother is “very nice and caring” and a steadying influence.
“I know that when I’m upset I can always go to my brother and he helps me calm down,” says Aaron.
While they rely on each other for support, Aaron and Andrew like to do their own thing.
Andrew, the older of the two teens, loves to play football. He roots for the Ohio State Buckeyes and dreams of playing football for the team.
Aaron, while a big fan of the Pittsburgh Steelers, is satisfied to have his football career end with his Pop Warner youth football league days.
Both like watching television, but its Aaron who really likes playing video games. Both teens like riding bicycles and swimming. Andrew enjoys playing basketball, in addition to football.
Both teens enjoy going to school – as much as any boy does.
“Some days I like school and some days I don’t,” Aaron says.
The brothers have their eyes on action-packed careers that help others. Aaron wants to be a SWAT team member.
“They help out more than other police officers can,” he says.
Andrews wants to join the military and work with bomb-sniffing dogs.
While they want different careers, Aaron and Andrews are looking for the same things in a forever family. Both would like a two-parent household with a mother and a father.
“I would be good with siblings,” Aaron says.
Andrew says he would also like to join a family with younger children so that he could be a role model.
What is most important, both brothers say, is that they’re together.
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