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Two Brothers Deserve to be Adopted Together

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Donshay Donshay
Armani with Dave Armani with Dave
Armani Armani

(Apr. 28) -- Wednesday's Child goes back to Circus-Circus AdventureDome to introduce you to two brothers. Dave was there last week with Kathryne, but these guys tagged along too.  

They're close, but Donshay and Armani are about as different as night and day in some respects. You'll be able to tell just by looking at their faces.

Even though they're 7 years apart, they're attached at the hip. Armani is 4 years old, and almost never stops smiling. Big brother Donshay is 11 years old and is the quiet, sensitive type.

But Donshay wanted to take advantage of the big-kid rides that Armani wasn't tall enough for, so Dave took him on "The Inverter" while Armani watched.

Armani got in his rides, too, and it didn't take long for Dave to realize these two brothers love each other and need to be adopted together.

"They're bonded, some families are more bonded than others, and these brothers are bonded. And I feel like they need to stay together," says Nancy, their caseworker.

Armani is well behaved, likes typical boy things for his age, and otherwise has no special needs. He is infectiously happy. 

"He's happy, he's darling, I don't know, just from the time you see him, you think he's just darling. You just want to grab him and hug him, 'cause he's so darn cute," says Nancy.

Donshay is a handsome kid who is working hard at his 3rd grade studies. He's affectionate, happy, and making positive improvements in his behavior. He likes basketball, and surprisingly.

"He loves chores. He does his chores, all of them. He has a savings account," adds Nancy.

The two need to be together. Sure it's a lot to ask, but these two brothers would be a double blessing to the right family.

"I want a two-parent family. I would like a two-parent family, because I think the boys need a dad, and um, just a loving home that will take care and accept both of them," says their caseworker.

Right now, Donshay and Armani are living in separate foster homes, and neither of them like the arrangement. 

Maybe you can help change that by bringing them together again -- permanently. Just give the Las Vegas office of the Adoption Exchange a call first chance you get:  436-6335 is the number.

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