The joys of toys make Aiden happy and content. He says he loves playing with toys after school, on weekends and when spending time with friends. Transformers are among Aiden’s toys of choice. When he’s not engaging in imaginative play with his toys, Aiden likely is using his creativity. “I love drawing and making art,” he says. Aiden takes pride in his artwork and says art is his favorite subject in school. When he gets older, he wants to make art his profession. Aiden isn’t as sedentary as his love of toys and art might suggest. He enjoys exercising and likes skateboarding and football. Aiden likes spending time with pets and says dogs are his favorite animals. He says peperoni pizza is his favorite food, and orange is his favorite color. If he had three wishes, Aiden would use them all on getting a forever family. He hopes they’ll spend time together, celebrating holidays and going on vacation.

According to one of his close adults, “Aiden is a very bubbly teenager who loves to make jokes and be creative. He always wants to be the center of attention, and he is very funny and enjoys making jokes. Aiden does very well at communicating his wants and needs.

A two-parent forever family would be best for Aiden, who would do well in a home with or without other children. His new parent or parents should be experienced, loving and patient. Aiden’s new family should allow him time and a safe place to regroup when he sometimes needs it. His family also needs to let Aiden maintain his sibling relationships.

For more information about or to meet Aiden (C09945), please call the Michigan Adoption Resource Exchange (MARE) at 800-589-MARE(6273).

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