Krusher wanted to sit down and talk about some of his favorite things, what makes him happy, and what he’s looking for in an adoptive family.
There are few things Krusher enjoys more than cooking and baking, particularly when it comes to frosting cupcakes. These hobbies are just a little glimpse into Krusher’s sweet personality. Outgoing and friendly, Krusher is eager to find the right adoptive family to be there for him as he navigates young adulthood.
Given the chance to be involved in creating his own In-Depth Profile, Krusher said ‘yes’ so that families could get to know a bit about who he is. In creating his In-Depth Profile, Krusher asked a lot of strong questions and continually reflected on what’s important to him and what he’d like to share.
Krusher loves stories – movies, anime, books, TV shows, you name it. He keeps some of his favorites close on hand so he can watch them again (for movies, he particularly loves The Sorcerer’s Apprentice and The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey). In his free time, Krusher also enjoys shopping and fashion. He’s particular about his clothing and loves to spend time searching for just the right thing. Krusher is really close to his friends and loves to spend time with them, especially when they get the chance to do something really fun out in the community.
Besides baking and shopping, Krusher really likes to play video games and loves Pokémon. In the past, he also really enjoyed ceramics and has taken an interest in welding after attending a career fair a few years ago. For music, he points to Carrie Underwood as one of his favorites – particularly the song “Temporary Home.”
Krusher is a tireless advocate for keeping the environment clean, making a habit of picking up trash around him. He wants to make the world a better place. He also appreciates the chance to make his own choices and does well with caregivers who allow him to be independent and who give him the chance to make decisions on his own. Krusher is honest and a great communicator. He will speak up if he doesn’t understand something. An adoptive family who appreciates and honors Krusher’s individuality will be a great fit for him. There are a few important relationships in Krusher’s life, including his older sister. An adoptive family who will support these bonds will be essential.
Folks who are over 18 still have the chance to be adopted, if it’s what they want. And it is what Krusher wants and has always wanted. Krusher will do great in a strong and supportive family who can set boundaries, allow him to be himself, and provide him with choices and independence as well as love and care. If you can envision Krusher in your family, please reach out to us! We’re excited to find him the adoptive family he deserves.