“Yes, I wished for him.”

We had to have the bond pictured above evaluated by a psychologist.


Due to our circumstances, this assessment was completed early in hopes of helping G stay here.


At the five month mark of him being here we were observed for hours in our home. 


Not many people can say they’ve had an expert watch how they interact with their sibling.


What the psychologist found at the five month mark was that he had an extremely strong bond and that he was securely attached to us and to his 𝓈𝒾𝓈𝓉𝑒𝓇. 


That if removed G would always search for her and us. 


In her words, “These two kids knocked it out of the ballpark.”


They don’t care about the details of any of this. They just love each other. I hope they always love each other unconditionally. 


I hope they always talk everyday.


I hope they remember to never take each other for granted.


I hope they are good listeners and protectors of each other.


I hope they love each others  future children like their own. 


I hope they always pray for one another. 


I hope they laugh together often. 


I hope G appreciates how much JN looks after him.


I hope JN knows how much G looks up to her and wants to be near her.  



Questions Jozi Noel answered about her brother:


  1. Complete this statement my brother is________. 

Joz: sweet.

  1. Describe your brother in three words..

Joz:  funny, silly, and smiley.

  1. Are you close? 

             Joz: Yes, I’m close to G.

  1. How much time do you spend together? 

Joz: A lot. The whole day usually.

  1. Last thing you did together… 

Joz: We laughed.

  1. What’s your favorite memory so far with your brother? 

Joz: Going to the aquarium together.

  1. What is something he always says? 

Joz: Tractor

  1. Did you wish for him before he came? 

Joz: Yes. Every night I did. 

  1. How old is your brother? 

Joz: 1 year old

  1. What’s your favorite thing to do with G?

Joz:  I’m not sure because I like doing a lot of stuff with him

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