Pick Me. A 9-year-old Oklahoma Foster Boy Needs a Home

After strapping on some rollerblades, it didn’t take 9-year-old Jordan long to show off his skills.

He then took a ride on pedal boats with his adoption worker at an Oklahoma City park. Afterward, Jordan was thrilled to meet some of his heroes: Oklahoma City police officers.

When asked what he wants to be when he grows up, Jordan answered, “A police.”

Then he explained why: “Because they’re fun and they protect people.”

Jordan lives in a group home. He went into the care of the Oklahoma Department of Human Services six years ago, along with his little brother Braison.

Back then, the siblings lived in separate group homes.

“Oh, we like to do anything together, like bake and karate,” Jordan had said then.

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