There is never a dull moment with the group of siblings on this week's Wednesday's Child. They range in age from 1 to 11. The four boys were willing to talk with us , but their 11 year old sister did not want to be featured. They want to be everything from police officers to race car drivers and they want to do it all together as a family.
They have non-stop energy, are always looking for a new adventure and their baby brother always tries to keep up.
Kevin is 9 years old, Keshun is 7, Quindarius is 5 and Trayvion is 1 year old.
"Do you have a favorite sport? Yes. What is it? Football. What is your favorite football team? I've got two favorite teams. The Steelers and the Saints", said Kevin.
"I like to play with toys. What kind of toys? What kind of toys? Race cars", Keshun said.
Kevin looks out for his little brothers. He says he does not have a favorite subject but enjoys spending time with his classmates.
"What do you like to do in science? Learn about stuff and nature. So you like birds and.. Um hum…Do you put worms in your pocket? No. Very good. Spiders", said Kevin.
Keshun says he likes being with his siblings and he says most of the time they get along.
"You want to be a race car driver? Yes. What color do you want your race car to be? Black and yellow", Keshun said.
Quindarius did not want to talk on camera, but he had plenty to say once he was able to hit the slides, and play basketball at Pump It Up in Flowood.
Trayvion is the baby and is quick to smile and wants to try almost everything his big brothers do. He is full of energy. He has learned to form one to three words, and also feeds himself without assistance.
Adoption workers say the boys would benefit from a two parent family who is patient, fun loving, and willing to devote time to all five children.
To learn more about adoption through the Department of Human Services, call the Mississippi Adoption Resource Exchange at 1-800-821-9157.
Wednesday's Child is brought to you by Wendy's and WLBT.
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