Wednesday’s Child is letting go of September 2016 with a visit to the LEGO store in Glendale, where we sat down with Sergio  to see what kind of build this friendly boy had in mind.
Sergio can often be found trying to build something that could help serve a purpose and the things he constructs tend to be detailed.
Shortly after taking inventory, Sergio got right down to business and started his build. With what seemed to be an explosion of parts, Sergio was able to isolate all the intricate pieces to form fit them into the intended vehicle. When asked what he wanted to be when he grows up, Sergio enthusiastically said “a NASA Engineer”…and watching him at work, we were not surprised at all.
Sergio is doing well in school and usually looks forward to going. When he’s not busy building something, Sergio likes to play the drums or play golf. For downtime he enjoys watching superhero movies on TV or playing video games. Sergio has a spiritual side and enjoys going to church on Sundays. Sergio also has some of the right moves when it comes to dancing and likes Folklorico Dance.
As Sergio completed his elaborate brick-build, he was presented with the coveted Millennium Falcon from LEGOS Star Wars series to encourage his future NASA engineering goal. In the here and now, our goal is to identify a permanent family/home in which Sergio would receive a lot of one-on-one attention to help nurture his ideas and help him bring his vision of things to life now and in the years to come.
If you are interested in building or expanding your family and can see yourself helping shape the future of an engineer-in-the-making, see Sergio on this week’s Wednesday’s Child and then call to learn more about adopting.
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