Cameron from Pennsylvania
?It matters not what someone is born, but what they grow to be (Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire).? As far as Cameron is concerned, Harry Potter is a great example of what he would like to grow up to be. He, like Harry, is intelligent, resourceful, and sometimes stubborn. Cameron also described himself as charismatic, ingenuous, and theatrical. He loves to read fantasy and fiction. His favorites include Harry Potter, Marvel, and DC Comics. Captain America and Thor are his favorite superheroes, but he also likes Wonder Woman. Cameron is very intelligent and does well academically. Cameron reports doing well in math and science, which are his favorite subjects. Cameron loves to listen to music, watch political shows and fantasy shows on television. His favorite Pop Artists are Deon Lewis, and Lewis Capaldi. His favorite group is ?Why Don't We?. Not surprising, Cameron's favorite shows includes ?Designated Survivor?, ?House of Cards?, and ?The Bodyguard?; although, he likes medical dramas, like ?Grey's Anatomy? and ?The Last Ship?. Like most children, he likes video games, especially war games such as ?Call of Duty? and ?Advanced Warfare?. Cameron has a hearty appetite and loves to eat most foods, especially Italian and Chinese. He will eat pasta of any kind and pizza with everything on it but joked he would not eat fish on his pizza. Surprisingly, he likes anchovies. Cameron also likes General Tso's Chicken, Pork Lo Mein, and fried rice. According to those who know him best, Cameron doesn't like sports, but has played baseball in the past and noted ?I'm the best batter!? He described himself as more of a ?geek? than a jock. With that in mind, he hopes to find a family with similar interests, who is fun to be around, humorous, and laid back, but also patient and understanding. Cameron would love to be with a family with pets, especially cats. Cameron would like to maintain contact with his birthfather and twin sister. Parental rights have not been terminated for Cameron; however, once a permanent resource has been identified, the county will enact final steps to terminate parental rights. For more information a family can call the SWAN Helpline at 800-585-SWAN or have the family worker contact the recruiter, Maria LaFleur, via telephone or email firstname.lastname@example.org.