They're not the greatest pictures, but they're what I've got.
I have gone through the different type profiles with him to try and determine his type. At first, he said he thought he was a Thinker (when I read the dichotomy descriptions), but I've always thought he was a Feeler. And when I read the Fi-Base description to him, he was all, "ooooooh yes. That's me."
At the same time, though, he really struggles socially. He fits the typical "geek" stereotype well. He's always fretting about how he can get girls to like him and give him a chance.
He strives for an ideal of childhood innocence...he loves children, and probably wishes he were still one himself.
He has a rich imaginative world-- always has. He seems to live more in his head than he does in the real world. Which is why I am also considering INFp for him, or even INTp.
When he starts talking about something personal, he doesn't want to stop. If he can find a willing audience for one of his various novel ideas, he will share until he's gone from beginning to end, losing track of all time.
He idealizes me. I don't know why. But he has always wanted to be like me, or marry someone like me. Or so he says. But then, the girls that he really ends up showing the biggest interest in are really not much like me. He's funny that way, I guess.
He says he wonders sometimes if he might be depressed.
He struggled in school. He is quite intelligent, but the school system really wasn't designed for his type. He has always been a slow worker. He worked hard, though, and managed to pass all his classes.
He can get really obsessive about some new thing that he's discovered. Like two Christmases ago, he bought himself the "Alvin and the Chipmunks" movie after seeing it in the theatre and drove everyone nuts watching it over and over and talking about it to anyone who would listen.
He values family above all else. He says he always wants to live close to home (our parents, that is), like even next-door or across the street. He has hated having to leave for college, especially having to leave our little sister (who is six) behind. He loves being her big brother.