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Ringo and Harry Need a Family!

Twin brothers Ringo and Harry need a family who is loving and equipped to care for them. We are working hard to find a family for Ringo and Harry who will adopt them together, so they can maintain their sibling bond. Their caregivers say that they get along well with each other!

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Ringo’s caregivers describe him as a sociable and curious child. He is physically well-developed, enjoying running and kicking falls for fun! Ringo has developmentally expected fine motor skills and a good vocabulary. He shows sustained concentration for things he is interested in. He also demonstrates a strong interest in learning and exploring! Ringo is in preschool where he mimics daily life with toys and engages in role play. He has a few mild delays, and he benefitting from receiving music, occupational and speech therapy.

Harry’s caregivers describe him as a calm and happy child. His fine motor skills are in process of development, but he can stand, move and walk independently. Harry seeks affirmation from the adults around him, making eye contact to seek reassurance that he is doing the right thing. He likes to play and mimic others and follows some directions during play. Harry loves to interact with his brother and other children!

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Ringo and Harry need a compassionate and loving family who have access to parenting resources like occupational therapy, physical therapy, and speech therapy as well as strong educational resources so that both boys can have the opportunity to thrive and grow. Holt social workers believe it will be best if Ringo and Harry are the youngest children in their adoptive home.

Ringo and Harry’s faces are obscured due to country restrictions on privacy, but our staff have photos and videos to share with interested families! If you would like to learn more about Ringo and Harry, please email our waiting child team at [email protected].

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