Aaron plans to do a little moonlighting when he gets older. He says he wants to work as a mechanic in the morning and as a ghost hunter at night. That seems appropriate since Aaron has plenty of ways to scare up some excitement. For instance, Aaron loves playing basketball and says he enjoys participating in gym and hockey at school. Aaron loves being outside and playing catch with a tennis ball. When he gets home from school, Aaron is likely to plop in front of the video console to play his favorite games. Then again, he might skip video games and jump at the chance to go places such as the park or somewhere with his friends. If he could visit anywhere, Aaron would travel to Hawaii. “It’s been my dream,” he says. Another one of Aaron’s favorite after-school activities is walking around outside on a nice sunny day. Of all the critters, Aaron loves dogs, horses and bearded dragons. He likes mac ’n cheese as well as the color blue. Aaron says he likes to cook and hopes for a family enjoys it as well. Most of all, he wants a forever family who’ll do fun things together such as going to the zoo and going to indoor amusement centers.
“Aaron is a pleasant and happy child with a radiant laugh,” says one of the adults close to him. “Aaron cares a lot about family values and always puts his family first and after each conversation tells them that he loves them. He is a well-behaved boy who likes to help out. He enjoys learning about things that interest him.”
“An adoptive family will need to be very supportive, strong, patient and attentive towards Aaron’s needs,” says one of his close adult acquaintances. Aaron would do best with a mom and dad who are experienced and trauma informed. He also would do best as the youngest or only child in his new forever family. Finally, Aaron prefers a family who has pets.