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Wednesday's Child- Ezekial

Ezekial is the man of the house. He is 10 years old and surrounded by sisters. He tries hard to flex his muscles.  On this week's Wednesday’s Child he talks with us about the kind of family he wants and why he does not want to be adopted if he is not with his sisters and little brother.

Ezekial has a hard time getting a word in with his two big sisters, two younger sisters and his two year old brother.

Ezekial said, “I am always funny. I ..I like to rap. Like on rapping things. Reporter: What else do you like to do? Play, Play with my DS. Play Zelda, According to Times.”

Ezekial has his own special way of dealing with his sisters when he says they are being bossy. He puts his fingers in his ears.

Ezekial says he enjoys the things most boys do, football and basketball.  He was also excited to try bowling.

Ezekial told us, “yes and I am bad at it.”

His favorite class in school is science. Doing different experiments keeps it interesting.

Ezekial said, “I like science. I like, in 3rd grade I was, I’m still the class clown.”

When he talks about the kind of family he wants Ezekial like his two older sisters says what is most important is staying together. He does have a list of requirements.

Ezekial explained, “they got a big yard and they take us places, they got a four wheeler and we get stuff for Christmas, a bunch.”

Ezekial and his siblings say being separated is not an option.  He says he is willing to give up the title of man of the house when they find the right family.

For more information call the Mississippi Adoption Resource Exchange at 1-800-821-9157.

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