Someday, there’ll be a wing of the Metropolitan Museum of Art dedicated to the work of Travion. It’ll house his drawings and Lego creations. Travion loves drawing and takes pride in his skill, and one of the people who knows him well describes Travion as a talented artist. He enjoys constructing things with Legos so much that he likes reading books involving them. Travion is talented in other areas such as playing basketball and video games. He loves riding his bike, spending time with friends and cooking. Travion says his favorite foods are pizza and waffles. He also likes the color red and cats and dogs. When he gets a chance, Travion wants to visit Universal Studios to see the Transformers there. Travion dreams of becoming an engineer or car designer and becoming rich “so I can help people.” Perhaps there’s a wing of the Smithsonian for Travion’s philanthropy. There’s most certainly room in a forever family who would enjoy a smart and creative guy such as Travion.

“Travion is a quiet young man but has a lot to say when you get to know him,” says a person who knows him. “Travion goes out of his way to be kind. Travion wants to grow up and help people someday.” Travion is an insightful young man who wants families to know he’s very helpful. “If the power went out, I could get a flashlight so we could see,” he says.

Travion wants a forever family with a mom and dad. His new parents should be patient and experienced. Travion is eager for a forever family and prefers one who has pets. Finally, he would do best as the only or youngest child in his new family.

For more information about or to meet this child, please call the Michigan Adoption Resource Exchange (MARE) at 800-589-MARE(6273).

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