8/13/14 A Bonded Set of 3 Brothers Seeking the Right Home

 Sometimes siblings can be a real challenge, but chances are, you wouldn't trade 'em for the world.   Today's set of 3 young men is like that.   And we don't want to trade 'em either... We want to find an adoptive home for them.   Dave Courvoisier introduces us today's Wednesday's Child sibling set.

At the Mini Gran Prix, we had to stay on out toes to keep up with these three...a tight-knit group of guys with completely different personalities.

Let's start with the oldest, Kentrell, who surprisingly at age 11, did not want to drive the go-carts, and instead joined his brothers on the roller coaster.   Kentrell loves sports, and approaches school the same way -- giving it his all.

"Yeah he does very well he tries hard he does the best that he can in school the teachers all the teachers say Kentrell gives 100% at school and that's all they can ask for out of a kid like that," says Korey, the case worker for all three boys.

Keion is next in age at 9...looks up to his older brother in doing sports, and just like many siblings in the middle:

"...Likes to please, he wants everybody to know he's doing good at school, and he's really like a lovable kid, really lovable kid," adds Korey.

Finally, 5-yr-old Luttrell rounds out this trio of personalities.

"Luttrell is the smartest little kid I've ever met in my life. His vocabulary is crazy I mean he can say words that are way past his age. We all know that he's going to be a scientist or something. Don't worry about sports, you're going to be a scientist," remarks Korey.

But none of these three will meet their true potential in life without a loving home... But they must stay together:

"I Would like to keep the siblings together if possible they feed off of each other, and I think splitting these three up would be bad for them. So just whoever would want without them take that into consideration. These kids can… (laughs) I love them a lot there are one of the favorites on my caseload, they're funny, there really really nice, they really want to make you happy," says Korey with a big smile.

These three have no strings attached.   They're legally free to be adopted, now.   Just call the Adoption Exchange to get things started.   The number is 436-6335.

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