Get your track shoes on to keep up with Tyler. This active young lad loves riding his bike, going hiking and anything else outdoors. “He loves nature and exploring,” says one of Tyler’s close adults. “He enjoys spreading his knowledge to others and taking them on adventures with him through the woods.” Tyler takes time to slow down, too. He enjoys playing card games, putting puzzles together, watching TV – especially cartoons and movies – and reading books. Tyler likes to spend time relaxing in the company of others. “He has a very loving personality and enjoys snuggling,” says one of the people who knows him well. Like many youngsters, Tyler puts mac ’n cheese at the top of his favorite foods, and he says the fun-shaped ones are his favorite. Tyler likes being around animals, and he lists cheetahs as his favorite. On the weekends, Tyler takes in movies such as “Avatar” and “How To Train Your Dragon.” In school, Tyler loves studying when it features Bill Nye the Science Guy and when the subject is volcanos. Since he’s a critter kind of kid, Tyler hopes for a forever family who has dogs.

“Tyler generally approaches new activities or crafts with a positive and enthusiastic approach,” says one of the people who cares about him. “He enjoys meeting new people and having conversations. He loves to be busy doing something and makes the most out of every moment.”

Tyler would do best with two experienced parents so he gets the one-on-one attention he thrives on. He also should be the only or youngest child in his new forever family. One of the people who knows him suggests that a family should be active and able to provide the consistency that helps Tyler excel. His new family must be strong advocates for the services that will benefit Tyler now and into adulthood. His worker adds that Tyler “would thrive in a home with pets.”

For more information about Tyler (C09338) or to meet him, contact the Michigan Adoption Resource Exchange at 800-589-6273.

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