14 Year Old, Male, Hispanic 

Omar 

Omar+LOmar is a very polite and quiet 14-year-old. He enjoys participating in sports activities to include football, basketball, and track. Omar likes to hang out with friends and participate in after school activities. Omar can be shy, but once you get to know him, he is able to let you know much more about him. Omar enjoys listening to music. He enjoys listening to Latin Pop and Reggaeton. He has a love for tennis shoes, especially Nike and Jordan's. He is not shy when he would like to ask for things or be able to do things outside of the home. Omar loves to change his hairstyle by either letting it grow long or getting it cut according to the latest trend. He likes to learn about his surroundings and other places throughout Texas. Omar is doing well academically and has a great rapport with school officials.

Omar's forever family will be ideal for him if he is the youngest of siblings. He is looking for older siblings, and somewhat younger aged parents. He will thrive with an active family. Omar will do well in a type of family with both adoptive mother and father with older youth.

 

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