03/05/14 Threesome Need Some Love - 8 News NOW

03/05/14 Threesome Need Some Love

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A sibling set of three would be a big adoption commitment.   But Dave Courvoisier says once you see these three, you'll understand why today's Wednesday's Child trio needs to stay together.
The Pump-It-Up play place was ours alone on this day.   Christasia is the 16- yr old big sisters who and carefully watches over her younger brothers Kamarion and Kwantez.

"They absolutely look up to her, and she's a good role model for them, she's gentle, soft spoken," says their case worker, Becky.

Christasia, too, admits she can't see being apart from her two little brothers.

"I don't want to be separate from them, because they're really attached to me," explains Christasia.

Right now these three see each other every day at the group home where they live.   That's especially important for Kwantez, who is almost 5.

"Kwantez is active he's a busy kid, he loves to play outside, he loves the outdoors, he likes to climb, he'd does want to be somewhere we can just have some space," mentions Becky.

Kamarion is in 4rd grade, and is a little quieter than his younger brother.

"He's a sweet kid, he's good at school, he looks up to his big sister, he looks at his younger brother kind of trying to be his role model, he's loving to both of them, just very sweet," adds Becky.

Holding it all together is big sister Christasia.

"She's a really good artist and she wants to go to college someday, so she's trying hard to do well in school and has a goal. She's goal oriented, says Becky.

These three will need a home with structure, but above all -- love

"If had the perfect choice I would say probably a two-parent family, just because there's three of them. Someone who's uh, parents who are loving and consistent and who understand that she is this bigger sister, who will sometimes look out for her brother's show kind of let her have that piece, sometimes, but also be there to be the parent and have guidelines for the kids, I think they just need a loving home," says Becky.

These three will need to stay together, but they're ready for adoption.   Get the process rolling by calling the local office of the Adoption Exchange at 436-6335.

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