Three brothers who were up for adoption in Texas waited years to find a forever home. Have they finally found it?
Meet the Three Brothers in Texas Up for Adoption
Bobby, Aiden, and Marshall indicated they were desperate to find a forever home that would take all three of them in their latest interview with KVUE in April 2022. The three brothers, who were 11 (William, or “Bobby”) and 10 years old (Aiden and Marshall) at the time, had been in foster homes and on a boys’ ranch for years.
Aiden, who took the lead in the interview, the boys loved learning and being outside. Aiden described his brother as creative and imaginative.
All three of them had been split up, despite two of the boys, Aiden and Marshall, being twins. And the twins had been up for adoption without their older brother when they were nine years old.
Partnerships for Children featured the twins in November 2021 on Facebook, hoping for an adoptive family to give them a forever home.
The Facebook post said the two brothers were “looking for an adoptive family who will love and support them while enjoying life’s adventures together.”
But the two younger boys didn’t want to be separated from their older brother who is about a year older.
In their interview with KVUE in 2022, when the host asked the boys, “What do your brothers mean to you?” they boys expressed their closeness.
Aiden told the interviewer, “They mean love,” talking about his brothers.
Marshall explained, “They mean friendship to me.”
While the three boys were finally together again in the interview, they were living at a boys’ ranch. And Aiden had been living there for three years.
“I’ve been at the ranch way longer than Marshall and Bobby. I’ve been here for three years,” said Aiden. “I’ve had to move from one house to another. And that first house I had to move rooms.”
The three brothers up for adoption explained that they had lived separately, and each had moved to the boys’ ranch at a different time. These three brothers were tired of living at the ranch and wanted to have parents who could love them.
And the KVUE host agreed, saying “Having a family to love and care for you is something that every single child—really on this earth—should have.”