, YNN's Jennifer Borget takes her number one priority -- family-- and gives you a glimpse into the eyes of a foster child who needs one. Every Sunday, Jennifer sheds light on some of the issues surrounding foster care and adoption and introduces you to children looking for
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Updated 08/27/2012 01:43 PM
Forever Families: 3 brothers striving for a safe home
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Matthew, Timothy and Ethan are three adorable brothers with three totally different personalities.
Nine-year-old Ethan, the oldest, told YNN why he hoped he and his brothers could find a forever family.
"So we can have a safe home,” he said.
The three brothers are nearly inseparable, and they hope an adoptive family will keep things that way.
"They really seem to be bonded to one another and want to be adopted all together," Felicia Allen with the Child Protective Services Adoption Unit said.
A forever family would be a lifesaver for these boys who need the love and attention parents can give.
"This is something they've really wanted and they haven't had it,” Allen said. “They are eager to find a family and have someone forever."
Matthew, Timothy and Ethan all love trying new things, even if it's scary. They're very open about wanting to be adopted, and Ethan said he hopes it happens soon.
For more information about these three brothers, contact the Adoption Coalition of Texas by calling (512) 301-2825 or by visiting AdoptionCoalitionTX.org.
If you'd like to know more about a child you've seen on “Forever Families,” please contact the Adoption Coalition of Texas at