CLINTON, Miss (WLBT) - In April we met a sibling group of four. They are hoping to be adopted together. In this week's Wednesday's Child, we talk with 10 year old Glen.
Glen enjoys big hugs and challenges.
Glen hopes one challenge is over when it comes to finding a forever family.
Glen is bright and athletic.
This was the very first time he has been skating.
"Tell me what you like most about skating? I like the part that.. Going fast? Mmm..hmm. Going all the way around the yellow thing."
Glen says he has lots of hobbies and he is adding skating to the list.
"What is your favorite thing to do in school? Play Kaboom, it's a multiplication game."
School is fun for Glen.
He is thinking about college but says he has plenty of time to make up his mind.
"What do you want to be when you grow up? I want to be a basketball player. Wow. Do you have a favorite basketball player now? Yes. Who? Kobe Bryant."
Glen enjoys pets and gets along well with others. He especially likes being with his sisters and brother.
"Sadie, she's nice. And Demiracle, he does good things like help me when I'm not good at something. What about Deborah, your baby sister? She's like, she's like a little teddy bear I just can't stop hugging on."
Because his education is important to him, Glen wants parents who will help him stick to the rule of homework comes first.
"A nice parent. And what do you mean by nice? Someone that always wants to take care of me."
If you are interested in learning more about adoption call the Mississippi Adoption Resource Exchange at 1-800-821-9157.
Wednesday's Child is sponsored by Wendy's and WLBT.
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