Meet Kyle.

WCID# 32277
Gender: Boy
Age: 13
Ethnicity/Race: White or Caucasian

Those who know Kyle best describe him as respectful, kind and a jokester. He is a deep thinker who is not afraid of asking the trusted adults in his life tough questions that help him to move through the trauma, grief and loss he has experienced. Kyle dreams of a home where he can have an upstairs bedroom with a TV in it, and have a big back yard to play in. If that home happened to have video games, pets, an I-Pad and a swimming pool-Kyle’s checklist would be complete! Some of Kyle’s other favorite things to do include swimming, playing Destiny 2, and eating Chinese food!

When asked to describe what attributes great parents for him would possess, Kyle describes parents who are nurturing, patient, understanding, kind, respectful, loving and who can commit to him through the good times as well as through the rough patches that he is bound to have as he navigates life with a new family. Kyle has been working diligently to move through his past hurts and is very determined and focused on developing new, healthier coping mechanisms and communication skills.

Kyle’s permanency team is searching for adoptive parents who have, or are willing to gain, a strong understanding of how exposure to extensive childhood trauma impacts all areas of a child’s growth and development. Prospective adoptive parents with a very authoritarian parenting style, or those who tend to power struggle, would not be a good fit for Kyle. Parents who offer choices, do not keep score in their relationships, can begin each day with a new slate and who are able to not personalize a child’s behavior would be a fantastic match for him! Kyle will also benefit from parents who will be strong advocates for him educationally and who can commit to supporting his ongoing need for therapeutic community services.

Kyle would do well as an only child or with older siblings to look up to. It is also important to know, Kyle has other siblings that he is not able to be placed with, except for one. His brother Christian is also looking for a Forever Home! View Christian’s Idaho Wednesday’s Child Profile Here! If possible, finding a family that can provide a safe loving home for both Christian and Kyle would be ideal. Kyle’s permanency team is searching for adoptive parents that value the importance of maintaining the existing biological family relationships in his life. 

If getting to know a bit about this courageous boy has sparked your interest, please inquire about Kyle today!

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