7/09/14 Three Brothers...Three Times the Joy

Three boys... Three brothers... Three times the energy.   Today's Wednesday's Child is a sibling set that absolutely must stay together.   Dave courvoisier explains why.

We were at Springs Preserve last week taking advantage of their new "Fore! The Planet" indoor mini golf course.   My guess is, these guys had never been to one before, 'cause they kinda made up the rules as they went along.

That's actually odd for them.   We were told they do best when they know where the boundaries are.

"They are beautiful kids, they they really respond well to structure, to support, to praise. They have a heart of gold, they'll do anything for you," says Laura, the Director of London Family and Children's Services.

Josh is the oldest at seven -- watches out for his brothers -- and likes to stay active.

"He is very athletic, he loves being active, he loves… he loves school he loves friends, he loves video games and um he just has a really good of very healthy attitude," mentions Laura.

Justin is next at 6, and like most kids in the middle... 'works to keep everyone happy.

"He's very excited to be part of every family activity, and very eager to do just to do anything that he can do to help. Very helpful," adds Laura.

Jakob is the youngest at 5, and looks up to his brothers.

"He likes to get caught into doing special things around the house for his foster mom and dad and he really enjoys just being um you know just a support in the family," says Laura.

These three must stay together as brothers.

"Oh, I think it's crucial. They had such a bond, they remind each other of their of their life before and everything they've experienced has been together, that they really need to have that bond with them to feel secure, there always looking out for one another," remarks Laura.

Above all, they need a home with understanding, patience, and love.

"They definitely want to please so you know if we could have a home where they could just have that reassurance and that praise and that security, they would just fit perfectly and they would grow and they would progress really well," adds Laura.

These three boys are ready for adoption, and we're hoping it happens soon.   Get started in the process by calling the local office of the Adoption Exchange at 436-6335.

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