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3 sisters hoping to find parents to complete their family

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The three sisters you're about to meet would make an instant family. All they need are parents to love them - a mom and a dad to enjoy all of the wonderful things these girls have to offer. Meet Sativa, Sierra and Natalia who are hoping there's a family out there, willing to take a chance on adopting three girls.

These three sisters can't help but put a smile on your face. Seeing them together you can glimpse just how well they get along.

They are honest, spunky, and agreeable.

Natalia, who's the youngest of the trio is eight-years-old. Sierra is nine, and Sativa is 11.

Are they good students? They are and they're also good at sports.

These girls are confident and self-assured, but what they really need to keep them on the path to success are parents who will nurture them and love them. So, what kind of family do they dream of? They want a nice one and parents they can do activities with, such as bowling and going to the park.

It's sometimes tough for them to watch their friends at school take their parents for granted. Natalia once told a friend to be grateful for what she has:

"I said she's lucky because she can live with her mom and dad."

But at least these girls have each other, while they wait for parents to complete their family.

"Unfortunately people see the number, a sibling set of three, and they get scared and shy away because they see three kids, ages 8 , 9, and 11 and they kind of think, ‘wow, what would I do with three kids?' But these girls are awesome and they would bring a lot of joy to any family," explained Protective Services Worker Anzette Shackelford.

If you're interested in adopting or becoming a foster family, call 1-877-I-ADOPT-U.

To meet other children in foster care and discover how you can help restore their hope, please click here.

News 8 would also like to thank local photographers Margery Squier and Ron Manahan for taking the beautiful heart gallery portraits you saw in this story.

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