When you see pictures of these two brothers, Everett and Owen, it is easy to see how simple it is to fall in love with them both. Their vibrant personalities shine through their precious smiles!
Owen and Everett are two-year-old twin brothers who deserve to grow up in a loving family. We know their family is out there. We pray for the caring parents who aim to reflect graciously the same love our God shows to us. A love that is selfless and compassionate.
These sweet boys currently live with a wonderful foster family! In their foster home they spend a lot of time playing outside, listening to music, and working on their overall cognitive development. They are a spunky pair who enjoy laughing and playing together.
These boys were born with spinal muscular atrophy (SMA) and were abandoned when they were only a year old. SMA is an inherited genetic disease that was passed onto them at birth. There are different types of SMA based on age of onset, severity, and progression of symptoms. They are responding to the amazing care and love they are receiving from their foster home!
Owen and Everett’s sunny personalities and response to therapy are such encouraging signs for the family that is lucky enough to bring home these two boys! SMA is not holding these boys back from enjoying life! Both boys’ upper limbs are well developed and their hands are very nimble; they can both eat by themselves and like to flip through colorful books.
We encourage you to pray about these twins. Owen and Everett were perfectly made and deserve a life with a family that adores every piece of them. If these boys tug on your heart, we encourage you to pray about why that is!
Owen and Everett’s sense of humor, love, and endless possibilities to live a joy-filled life has lit a passion in AGCI to find these two a home. They will bless any family tremendously!
See Owen and Everett in action! Watch their video here. Password: 2Givehope
*Owen and Everett are special focus referrals and available for immediate placement. Families do not need to have a dossier completed to accept them. Families with approved home studies interested in adopting them are eligible for the Special Treasures grant of up to $5,000 towards AGCI fees.