I can only fathom how tough it is not to have those things because I was fortunate enough to grow up in a loving household with a mother and father who were around for the length of my childhood and a stable home where I felt I was safe and loved.

Of course, there are a lot of less fortunate kids in the world who, for various reasons, don’t have their biological parents to take care of them. Some people live with family, while others wish they might be adopted and have their own families.

William (11), Marshall (10), and Aiden (10), three siblings, are all too familiar with the latter emotion. According to reports, the three boys desperately need a home that will accept them all.

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Bobby, Marshall, and Aiden’s older brother go by the aliases Curly, Larry, and Moe, respectively. They play as only brothers can, and Partnerships for Children claims they love nothing more than cooperating.


Sadly, the boys don’t want to be split up while they search for their forever home.

They are looking for the ideal family to adopt them; as a result, they express, “We want a family!”

According to Partnerships for Children, Bobby tends to be more polite and calmer than his younger brothers. His hobbies include problem-solving, Minecraft, swimming, and martial arts.

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Meanwhile, Aiden is regarded as a “leader of sorts” who enjoys spending time outside and discovering new things. Marshall, his twin, is a playful child with a vivid imagination who likes to hang out with his two brothers.

The boys will “benefit most from a two-parent family with a mom and a dad and no other children,” according to Partnerships for Children. The boys will be the focus of their forever family, and they will emphasize the value of sibling relationships.

The 10-year-old Marshall responded, “They symbolize friendship to me,” when asked what his brothers meant to him.

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They mean love, according to Aiden.

Aiden also mentioned how the brothers are fed up with having to relocate frequently and live on a guys’ ranch.

He said, “I’ve been here three years.” “I had to relocate, and the first residence required that I shift rooms. I have been at the ranch for a lot longer than these two. I arrived first.

These guys are in need, and I sincerely hope they may find a willing family to adopt them.

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