11 Year Old, Male, Black/African American, TARE #107471


Tyshawnn-1Tyshawnn, “Ty,” is a bright young boy who loves reading and was accepted into all honors classes. He is a very active child who enjoys playing basketball, riding his bike, and swimming. Tyshawnn is a bit of a show-off and will love to have you watch as he does tricks on the trampoline or at the pool. Ty is always willing to lend a helping hand, whether for a younger child putting together a toy or helping to set the table for dinner. Ty is very generous and hates to show up anywhere without a gift of appreciation. He is incredibly thoughtful, and you will find him remembering the little things you do or say that you had forgotten. Tyshawnn will be a great addition to a loving and caring forever family.

Tyshawnn's forever family will be comfortable with showing physical affection. He wants someone to hug him goodnight and say, "I love you" too. His family will be understanding the importance of positive reinforcement. It is important that his family is active and involves him in a number of activities, both individually and as a family.

I am funny, smart, and love helping people!




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