Wednesday’s Child

Curtis loves football, baseball and math

The following information is provided by Wednesday’s Child, an organization that helps Idaho foster children find permanent homes.

Twelve-year-old Curtis is an active boy who will do well with a Forever Family who loves adventures. He is a big Los Angeles Rams football fan and dreams of one day becoming skilled enough to make it into the NFL.

He also loves baseball and is looking forward to joining a team once he gets settled into his new home. This well-rounded young man has many other interests that just might make him the perfect fit for your family. Those interests include: fishing; hiking; swimming; reading Manga; singing; listening to a wide range of musical genres; making cool figures and scenes out of modeling clay; playing games; and drawing. If you’re a musical family, he would really love to learn to play the trumpet.

Curtis enjoys watching anything that makes him laugh and considers math his favorite subject in school. He loves family dinners and is even up for helping you make his favorite dish: spaghetti.

Curtis longs for a family of his own, where he will be valued and treasured. He dreams of having parents he can trust and count on, who will fill his life with safety and positive emotional connections.

Curtis and his team are open to a single parent or a family with both a mom and a dad, and to families who reside within or outside of the state of Idaho. He will do best in a home where he can be the only or youngest child. Parents who are patient, communicate well, and have a good understanding of trauma are sure to be a wonderful fit for him. Each day spent in foster care is one too many for this amazing young man.

If Curtis could make a great addition to your family, inquire today at idahowednesdayschild.org.

For more information on the Idaho Wednesday’s Child Program, visit www.idahowednesdayschild.org, or contact Specialized Recruitment Services Administrator Shawn White at swhite52@ewu.edu or cell (208) 488-8989.

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