Christian is described as a “lovely child” and a good kid with a big heart. His worker said Christian behaves well even when he might be a bit upset. “He’s never a problem and can be delightful,” she said, but added that sometimes he needs time to process situations and might prefer to be alone. Christian sees himself as a nice, respectful youngster who gets along well with others.
Christian has his own method of processing things. He does best with structure and routine. “Like most adolescents, Christian has his good and bad days,” his worker said. Generally, Christian does well in school and gets along with peers.
Christian would do best with a mom and a dad or a single parent who can provide the one-on-one attention he needs to function at his best. He also would do best in a home in which he’s the youngest child. Christian’s new forever family must be fierce advocates for the services that will help him thrive at home and in school.
Is there a place for Christian in your home and heart? Contact the Michigan Adoption Resource Exchange at 800-589-6273.