A Place to Call Home Cody
There's no challenge that this fun-loving nine-year-old cannot conquer! Cody tore up the skateboarding course at Plan Nine Skatepark in St. Louis Mills Mall today.
The fourth-grader, who has been in foster care for the past three years, really enjoyed riding the ramps at the skatepark, and his favorite part was riding the bikes. Besides skateboarding, Cody loves to play with remote control cars and Mr. Potato Head in his free time.
But there's one thing that Cody would love that is still missing in his life. "I really want a family, because I don't have one yet." He wants a forever family. "And I need one, because I want my family to be nice, and I want to have a good day."
This loving and smart child would be a great addition to any family. "It's important for him to find permanency so he has a mom and a dad and he has someone he can go home to when he does turn 18, "said Cody's adoption specialist Rachel Cantrell.
There is one more thing that Cody would love as well. He would really like a new bike and helmet.
For more information about adopting Cody or granting his wish, please call the Foster and Adoptive Care Coalition at 1-800-FOSTER3.
A special thanks to Plan Nine Skatepark for giving Cody a fun afternoon he will never forget. For more information about Plan Nine Skatepark inside St. Louis Mills Mall, visit http://www.ciemo.com/.