Zye’Aire (Matched)

 

3 Years Old

This child has been matched with an adoptive family through the Heart Gallery of Illinois.

Qualities: Loves Mickey Mouse and jumping on his trampoline.

Meet Zye’Aire …

Zye’Aire is a 3-year-old with adorable dimples. His best friend is Mickey Mouse and he looks forward to watching Mickey Mouse Clubhouse daily. Zye’Aire loves to jump on his trampoline and has one ready to bring with him to his new home. He recently transitioned from early intervention to an all-day pre K program.

What Others Say About Zye’Aire …

Zye’Aire was born prematurely with respiratory problems. He was not expected to walk due to weakness on his left side. However, Zye’Aire began walking five months ago and is the best 3- year-old jumper in the world. He is a fighter and has proven time and time again that there is no limit to what he is capable of learning. Zye’Aire’s current foster mom has created a photo album chronicling his life as well as a notebook detailing his daily schedule, likes and how he communicates to assist his forever family.

What You Can Do For Zye’Aire …

Zye’Aire would do well in a two-parent home that can meet all of his medical needs, continue to support his progress and provide an environment of love and patience.

(Thanks to Katelyn Turner for providing the beautiful photography.)

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Category:

Foster Care Information

Status

Available

Case #

0101ALS141

Gender

Male

State

Illinois

Last Updated

5/21/17