Credit and Appreciation go to: Jon Yoder Photography


We’ve all heard the saying that kids are like sponges. They soak up everything we do and say – the good, the bad, and the ugly. As parents, we just hope they see and hear us do a lot more good than the other stuff! But not every kid gets the same experiences. Some kids are exposed to chaos, instability, and unchecked emotions. This is how our friend Armani was raised. He learned some not-so-good lessons among the good ones, and his behaviors now reflect that. Specifically, he can be overly aggressive and bossy with younger kids, and it gets him in trouble at times. But the great thing about learned behaviors is that they can be replaced with other, more positive behaviors over time. Armani is working so hard to learn new lessons, and he’s doing great! Most days, he’s just good ol’ Armani. He enjoys playing Pokemon and Fortnite while snacking on chicken nuggets, and he loves to read. And maybe the best lesson he’s learned recently? He made the decision to be saved at church not long ago and has really embraced what that means. It’s super important to him. Looking ahead, Armani needs a traditional two-parent family where he can be the youngest child. And he really wants his new family really to be active in church and encourage his continued growth in that area. Armani is still a sponge, and he’s still learning how to be the best version of himself. All he needs is you to help guide him.

Age: 10

Help Armani Find The Perfect Home

Dr. and Mrs. George B Platt

Inquire About Armani

A family has been identified for Armani! He will remain in our Heart Gallery until his adoption has finalized.

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