They would be a double blessing for any forever family. Bryan and Chris would certainly bring double the giggles and double the grins. And yes, you guessed it these brothers are twins.
There's something special about being a twin, but for Brian and Chris their bond is priceless. They've been in the foster care system for five long years, but though they have no parents to call their own, they do have each other. They are each other's best friends and from we saw, they're almost always making each other laugh.
So happy and well-adjusted, considering the challenges they've had to endure.
"The first person they turn to is each other whenever they're angry, they're sad, they don't like something," said protective services worker, Nidia Romero.
Brian and Chris told News 8 that they get a kick out of being identical twins.
Brian wore red to the playdate, while Chris, came in his Cub Scouts uniform. And but even though they dressed differently, there was no mistaking these boys for twins, when their shoelaces came untied on the same foot at the same time! And while they do like different things, some of their mannerisms are the same and they have a good time together.
Brian and Chris are best friends and they've adjusted well to life in foster care, having been placed in the same home for about a year.
"They enjoy getting good grades, so they like that the foster parents are constantly pushing them to do their homework," continued Romero.
But what Brian and Chris need are parents to complete their family. Parents they can play football and baseball with.
They also say they really don't fight much, and Brian, who's the older twin, apparently doesn't ever bring that up.
They boys are also great listeners and great friends who would be a double blessing for any family.
"They'll just bring so much life into that home, so much, they're just awesome kids," noted Romero.
If you are interested in adopting from foster care, or becoming a foster family, call 1-877-I-ADOPT-U to learn more about getting started. The County of San Diego offers monthly orientation classes.
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