Age 10

ID# WB9092

A great sense of humor goes a long way. Christopher knows the power of a good joke, the pure joy that comes from a rousing round of laughter. He may be young, but Christopher is already known for his sarcasm and excellent comedic sense. Making other people laugh is a priority for Christopher.

A very social kid, Christopher flourishes around other people. He has been called “extremely likeable,” largely due to his ability to make everyone around him laugh.  His humorous personality makes it easy for Christopher to make friends, in and outside of school. Paired with his affectionate nature, it is easy to see why Christopher is so likable. A nurturing child who cares about other people – that is Christopher!

Currently in the 5th grade, Christopher has made significant progress in a few key subjects. After putting extra study time toward speech, reading, and writing, Christopher’s growth has been noticeable. He enjoys school; being around the other students, learning new skill sets. The improvements Christopher has made demonstrate how driven he is when it comes to his education.

To really get to know Christopher, Tigger needs to come into the story.

Tigger is a really significant part of Christopher’s life. The animated character is one aspect, but even more important, Christopher owns multiple stuffed Tigger dolls that he cherishes. If he could, he would take Tigger everywhere. Christopher seeks comfort in Tigger, but also enjoys playing with his dolls. Christopher’s other interests are games!

Get Christopher in front of a board game or a deck of cards, and his night will be made. Playing games is one of Christopher’s favorite things to do, and he would appreciate having an adoptive family to join him.

Christopher would like to be adopted. This thoughtful child would do well with any family, particularly a family with a nurturing mother. Affection is important to Christopher – he loves hugs – a family who isn’t afraid to show warmth would be best for him. A family who can help Christopher continue to learn self-sufficiency skills would be a really great fit.

Christopher does well when he feels cared for and can receive one-on-one time with his family. Christopher considers himself a Christian, and a family who prioritizes their faith would mean a lot to him. Having brothers or sisters to spend time with would be really beneficial for Christopher’s growth, as long as he receives attention from his parent(s) as well. If you are interested in learning more about Christopher, please let us know. We would love to find this loving child the right adoptive family.

If you are interested in providing nurturing and love for Christopher or for any other Special Needs Children, please call our office @ 419-726-5100 for further information.


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