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Robert

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“Robert is an awesome child,” says one of the people close to him. It’s hard to argue since he’s also described as well-mannered, responsible and “a pleasure to be around,” which all sound pretty awesome. Robert is an outgoing, determined, energetic and friendly child who communicates well with others and “has great common sense.” He’s active and engaged, too. “Robert loves being outside playing sports or riding his bike,” says one of his close acquaintances. “He enjoys playing games, watching sports and playing video games.” He also likes playing basketball and football, especially with his friends. Robert also has an adventurous side, too. “Robert loves learning new things,” says a person who knows him well. “One of his most admirable strengths is his desire to learn and try new things.” This loving, creative kid seems a natural success story once he gets older.

Robert is a respectful young man who does best with understanding and patience. “Robert is an excellent communicator and is a pleasure to be around,” says a person close to him. “Robert also is kind and loving.”

Robert would do well with a single female parent, two female parents or a mom and dad. His new parent or parents should be knowledgeable of the impact of trauma on a child. Robert’s new parent or parents must be fierce advocates for the services that will help him thrive. Robert would do best as the only child in his new forever family. Finally, since Robert has a strong bond with his older sister Areonna (C08775), his new family must be willing to let him continue that relationship.

For more information about Robert (C08813), contact the Michigan Adoption Resource Exchange at 800-589-6273.

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