"When a storm comes, I stay in the house," Bryan said while watching the rain fall. "I just know how to stay safe, and I like weather."
Meet Bryan, your future meteorologist.
"All I do, watch the radar--that's it," said Bryan.
...or future storm chaser.
"Drive around in a storm truck," the seventh-grader said of his aspirations. "Making sure there's no trouble, like tornadoes and all."
Or future robot technician, if a day creating 'battle bots' at FUNgineering in College Station is any indication.
Whatever path Bryan walks, he's already following the Golden Rule.
"It's like, you treat others the way you'd want to be treated," he said.
Still, Bryan is looking for a forever family to build him up.
"Then by the time we get older and they're not around, we do the same thing that our parents did for us," said Bryan. "Take care of our kids."
But first, the lighter side of family life.
"Go out. Play games. Have fun," said Bryan of what he might like to do with a forever family. "We'd really go somewhere, like someplace where we ride go-karts."
It's a lot of parts that go into a making a home, but when you find the right fit, it can be a real winner.
"Five, four, three, two, one." The battle bot Bryan has built counts down and quickly overtakes the other at FUNgineering.
"Let's do it again," said Bryan.
If you are interested in adopting Bryan or any of the other featured Wednesday's Children, call Voices for Children at (979) 822-9700.