Three brothers looking for a forever home are up for adoption. They are desperate to be adopted by the same family, and their plea is heartfelt. William, sometimes called Bobby, is 11 years old and the older brother of Aiden and Marshall, who are twins.
They admit they are tired of living in a group home in Texas, even though they enjoy swimming, playing games, and eating Halloween candy. Above all else, they want a mother who will tuck them into their own beds at night and a father who will teach them how to do manly things.
Perhaps the three brothers available for adoption could have gone to separate homes, but that wouldn’t have been in their best interests. They want to be adopted together.
The brothers each had a different and heartfelt response when a reporter asked what they meant to them.
Aiden was the first to respond, after giving the question some thought.
Marshall explained that they represent friendship to him.
“They’re good candy-eating Halloween brothers.” I had a huge bag of Halloween candy, and it was almost empty. So I blamed them,” Bobby said.
Aiden added, “We want to start a family.”. Marshall and Bobby have been at The Ranch much longer than I have. I’ve been here for three years. We are moving from one residence to another… I arrived first, he [Marshall] came second, and he [Bobby] came third.”
The boys yearn for a place to call home despite the excitement of the reunion. Adoptable brothers don’t want to be shuffled from one group home to another. Can you picture whaWhat would it be like to welcome these three brothers into your heart and home?
Foster children often simply want someone to love them. As children of God who have been adopted into God’s family, we can recall how it felt the day we were adopted into God’s permanent family.
Our heavenly Father rejoices over our victories and praises us. Also, we know we have an Abba, a Father who consoles us, imparts insight, and walks with us during our trials.
This is exactly what these three boys want. I hope someone notices their need and welcomes them into their home. By visiting their page, you can learn more about these boys, and we can all pray for them!
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