Three Brothers Hope To Be Adopted By The Same Family

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After years of living in foster homes, 11-year-old Bobby and twins 10-year-old Aiden and Marshall are making a plea for group adoption.

Meet Bobby, Aiden and Marshall

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The brothers spent the last few years jumping from foster homes until they all ended up at The Ranch, a foster home for at-risk youth in Texas.

Their bond is undeniable.

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The trio shares big smiles and loud laughs as they pose for pictures and play arcade games.

They share what they mean to eachother.

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“They mean love,” Aiden said. Marshall told us that his brothers “mean friendship” to him. Bobby joked around, saying, “They’re good Halloween candy-eating brothers. I had this whole bag of Halloween candy, and almost all of it was gone. And so, I blamed them.”

Aiden explains that he has been at The Ranch for longer than his brothers.

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“I’ve been at the Ranch way longer than Marshall or Bobby,” he said, “I’ve been here for three years.” He then said Aiden came after him, and Marshall got there last.

The Trio hopes to find their forever home together.

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After spending so much time apart, they hope to spend the rest of their childhood in a stable home – together.

Their case worker is determined to protecting their future.

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Their case worker, Mance, has worked hard to ensure the boys stick together throughout the adoption process.

The perfect family.

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According to the Heart Gallery website, “The boys will best benefit from a two-parent home with a mom and a dad and no other children. Their forever family will be dedicated to the boys and will stress the importance of the sibling relationship.

To learn more about the story of Bobby, Aiden, and Marshall, watch the video below.

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diwh 3 months ago
My husband and I would love to adopt them, but there is no way for us to learn whether we qualify to do so or how long it would take. We have always wanted children, but we do not have any of our own. If we had been successful in having kids, they’d be around 11 years old.
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