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Wednesday's Child - Raven, Ramona, Rashad and Radarius

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FLOWOOD, MS (Mississippi News Now) -

It has been a battle for a sibling group of four waiting to be adopted together.

They were first featured two years ago.

We talked with Ramona last week.

This week on Wednesday's Child, we talk with the entire group about being separated and the hope of finally having a home together.

Raven is 16, Ramona 12, Rashad is 9 years old and the youngest, Radarius is 6 year old.

Raven is separated from her three siblings.

She says they only get to see each other once every three months.

"I don't like drama. I love just going out hanging out with friends," Raven said.

"Are you a glamour girl? Yes," Ramona said.

"I like to hang out with my friends, play games, and play basketball and football," Rashad said.

"Tell me some things that you like to do. Go outside, play on my bike," Radarius said.

Raven is clearly the mother figure for her siblings.

She says if they are not adopted she wants to become a lawyer or a marriage counselor and provide a home for her sister and brothers.

"It's like hard cause every time we like leave each other, we just automatically start crying," Raven said.

When it comes to adoption the children say the first thing is they must all be together, the second priority is finding parents who will help them with their education.

"A family that can be there for us like in hard times," Raven said.

"Some good parents, that gonna take care of us and not beat on us," Ramona said.

"A family that lets us play with our toys, do our homework, make us do our homework," Rashad said.

"She be by herself, I be by myself, and Raven be by herself, and Rashad be by himself," Radarius said. "But what if you all get adopted together? I'd be happy."

To learn more about adoption call the Mississippi Adoption Resource Exchange at 1-800-821-9157.

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