Heartfelt plea from three brothers to be adopted by a single family strikes a chord

9-year-old boy approaches an unfamiliar police officer and discreetly hands over a note

Across the globe, there are numerous children who, due to various circumstances, do not have the privilege of being raised by their biological parents. Some end up living with extended family members, while others long for the chance to be adopted into a loving and permanent family.

William, Marshall, and Aiden, aged 11, 10, and 10 respectively, are three siblings who know this yearning all too well. These boys are actively seeking a family that would open their hearts and home to all three of them, hoping to find a forever family that would accept them as a unit.

9-year-old boy approaches an unfamiliar police officer and discreetly hands over a note
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Marshall and Aiden, affectionately nicknamed Curly and Larry, along with their older brother Bobby (often called Moe), are a close-knit trio of siblings. They share a special bond as brothers and love spending time together, playing and enjoying each other’s company.

Despite their playful nature, the boys are in search of a permanent and loving home where they can grow up together and not be separated. Their deepest desire is to find a family that would embrace all three of them, and they simply express, “We want a family!”

Bobby, the oldest brother, has a calm demeanor and a strong desire to please others. He enjoys swimming, practicing martial arts, playing Minecraft, and solving riddles.

Aiden is considered a natural leader who loves the outdoors and learning, while Marshall, his twin, is an energetic boy with a vivid imagination who enjoys spending time with his brothers.

9-year-old boy approaches an unfamiliar police officer and discreetly hands over a note
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A two-parent household with a mother and father, and no other children, will provide the greatest benefit to the boys. Their permanent family will prioritize the boys and highlight the importance of sibling relationships.

When asked what his brothers mean to him, Marshall, aged 10, described them as symbolizing friendship. Aiden also shared that they represent love to him.

Furthermore, Aiden expressed that the boys are tired of living at a boys ranch and constantly being forced to move from one place to another.

We empathize with these young individuals and sincerely hope that they are able to find a loving and supportive family who is ready and willing to adopt them.