One of the first things anyone would notice when they meet 15-year-old Jeremiah is his infectious smile. Though he has been through so much in his young life, he has not let that slow him down. Recently featured by San Antonio’s KSAT 12, Jeremiah is looking for a family to call his own. His mother passed away when he was only 13, leaving him in the care of CPS and the foster care system.

Jeremiah has many fond memories of his mother. He details to KSAT a story of his mother: “It was with my mom and my stepdad. It was my birthday. We were at a pool. My first skateboard. I couldn’t swim, so I literally rode my skateboard into the pool.” He also fondly remembers a trip to Disney World as he recalls his love for his mother.

Jeremiah has been in care since his mother passed away and would love to be a part of a stable family. Jeremiah is an on-the-go teenager who enjoys skateboarding and listening to music. He also loves to dance, though he jokes that he is not the best at it. He says the same of cooking, which he enjoys doing for his current foster family.

Jeremiah would do well in a home with a mother and father. He would also love to have siblings. He has biological siblings including a twin sister, all of whom he is currently able to visit regularly. To find out more information on Jeremiah, call 210-337-3117.

You can also find out more information about adoption from foster care in Texas by visiting the Texas Adoption Research Exchange website. Here, you can also find out more about foster care and other options to support children in the foster care system. Please also share this information and article on social media. Jeremiah and many children like him are awaiting forever homes that they so desperately need and deserve!