Flowood, MS (WLBT) - Four girls and their brother are hoping there is a special family who sees their potential and love for each other on this week's Wednesday's Child. They treasure the time they have together and wait for the day when they won't be separated in foster care.
The first thing we did when we arrived at Pump It Up in Flowood was make introductions.
"Adelia. Adelia, how old are you? 6."
"Trishana. And how old are you Trishana? 9. What grade are you in? 2nd."
"My name is Lashundra. Lashundra. And how old are you? 8."
"My name is Breshundra. And how old are you? I'm 8."
"Milton. And Milton how old are you? 12. What grade are you in. 5th."
Milton says sometimes it is difficult being the only male but he says most of the time he handles it well.
"How often do you guys get to see each other? On the phone and that's it. So this is the first time you've seen each other in a while. Yes", said Milton.
Trishana is the oldest sister in this group, she is considered the leader. She is playful and likes to laugh.
"I like to, I like to cheer. You like to cheer? Do you want to be a cheerleader? Nods yes."
Breshundra and Lashundra are twins. They do almost everything together.
"I like to go outside and ride my bike", said Lashundra.
"Play, color, watch TV", Breshundra said.
Adelia is the baby. Her siblings say they spoil her, and take care of her whenever they can.
"What about reading? Oh…What about counting? Ohhh…What about coloring? Nods yes. Do you like to read? Yes", Adelia said.
The children are hoping to find a family who will take all of them.
If you are interested in learning more about adoption call the Mississippi Adoption Resource Exchange at 1-800-821-9157.
Wednesday's Child is sponsored by Wendy's and WLBT.
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