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Twin boys and their big sister need a forever home

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They would make an instant family: twin five-year-old boys who love playing T-ball and their six-year-old big sister who loves to dance. All they need are parents to complete their family.

Their current foster parents are retiring soon and would like to stay in their lives as grandparent figures.

So what these kids need now is an active family that can be there for them long term.

They're a bundle of laughter and joy, and they've had a stable home environment for the past couple of years.

But it's time for six-year-old Jocelyne and her five-year-old twin brothers Miguel and Gabriel to be part of a forever family that will be there for them long term

Jocelyne is in Kindergarten and is very loving, nurturing, and likes to help her brothers. She enjoys things most six-year-old girls enjoy doing, including playing with dolls. She also loves dance and jazz.

They are all on target developmentally and simply need a family to continue nurturing them.

When they first entered the foster care system, they were placed into three different homes, but for the past two years have fortunate enough to live together in their current foster family.

Their current foster parents, who are in their early 60s, are more like grandparents to the kids, but would like to stay involved.

News 8 would like to thank local photographer Huy Nguyen for taking the beautiful Heart Gallery photos of the children.

For more information on adoption or becoming a foster family, call 1-877-I-ADOPT-U during regular business hours.

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