Think of the fun you could have with Isa in the house. His jim-dandy day would include a rousing game of duck, duck, goose, and it would be enriched by a game of tag with family and friends. Isa would love to add a trip to the beach to his sizzling and sensational summer day. Of course, the swimming and all those outdoor games lead to stomachs growling for nourishment, which Isa prefers to satisfy the most by munching on pizza. Isa also would say “yes please” to a peanut butter and jelly sandwich, but he’d give a big “no thank you” to PB&J on his pizza pie. He might even help make the after-games goodies since Isa enjoys helping with cooking. “I’m a mini sous chef,” he says. Afterwards, Isa could make everyone some art since he loves coloring and drawing. This delightful young lad also enjoys watching videos, which might include superman because that’s his favorite superhero. Isa leaps tall buildings on his own when he’s bringing joy to others. “He has an outgoing personality and loves to smile and make others laugh,” says one of the adults close to Isa. “I giggle all the time,” Isa adds. Making Isa’s perfect day even better would be the addition of his forever family, and he’d love to play outdoors with them and go on walks.
“Isa is a happy and helpful child,” says one of the adults close to him. “He just needs someone to give him love and attention. Isa is a very determined boy who doesn’t allow anything to hold him back. He is bubbly, outgoing and well-behaved.”
Isa would do well with two parents who can give him the love, support and attention he deserves. His new parents must be experienced and trauma informed. In addition, his new family needs to be fierce advocates for the services that will help Isa function at his best now and into adulthood. Finally, Isa would do best as the only or youngest child in his new forever family.