Updated 01/07/2013 01:22 PM
Forever Families: 16-year-old Andrew looking for a team
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For the last six years, Andrew has called many different foster placements his home. Now sixteen years old, Andrew is hoping to hit a home run with a forever family.
A fan of both football and baseball, Andrew was excited to take a tour of the Dell Diamond in Round Rock.
Outside of sports, Andrew also has a knack for building things and engineering. At school, he loves to participate in athletics and study math.
When he grows up, he wants to become a certified pilot and eventually work on trains.
Andrew’s moved around in foster care for years, and he says he's ready to settle down.
"It would feel good because I wouldn't have to move anymore," he said. "I've been in CPS for six years and it kind of got old. I want to be permanent and I get tired of moving."
Andrew wants a team by his side through life.
"Someone who will do stuff with me, like a brother,” Andrew said. “I'd like to become a bigger brother and have younger siblings."
He says he's picked up some talents of his own that he'd love to share with a younger brother.
If you'd like to know more about a child you've seen on “Forever Families,” please contact the Adoption Coalition of Texas at email@example.com