Eight months after a massive earthquake ravaged Haiti, those who made it out of the country are trying to adjust to a new life.
That includes one young boy who is in the process of being adopted by a Brockport family.
8-year old Robenson Young is just a kid enjoying the final days of summer with his brother, before he heads into the second grade.
"It's good to have a big brother, can ask him a bunch of questions he might know," said Robenson Young.
"I tried to teach him video games," said Benjamin Young, brother.
Eight months ago, Robenson was an orphan left in the rubble of Haiti's earthquake.
Now, he's starting a new school year in the US.
"His language skills improved....ready to go back to school," said Dave Young, father.
In Haiti, there was no back to school, Robenson went to school year-round.
That changed when he joined the Young family in January.
The Brockport family is now in the process of adopting him.
"People often say well Robinson must be lucky but we are lucky to have him in our family," said Dave Young.
It's been a new year of changes. From an earthquake -
"Some of guys cried, others tried to run...some of the rocks fell and the buildings flopped and they were dead," said Robenson Young.
To a new family -
"Sibling rivalry kicked in less than 24 hours after Robenson showed up," said Julie Young, mother.
And now it is on to a new school year for Robenson, who is just looking forward to the little things.
"Playing with friends in gym," said Robenson Young.
Dave Young heads a Christian organization that runs a school and orphanage in Haiti.
He says the country is still in desperate need for help and expects rebuilding to take years.
The organization is called Heart of God Haiti. For more information you can click here.