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   Meet Cory, Colton, Nicholas and Emilee. Four beautiful children who are active, bright and inquisitive. When we met with them at the Oklahoma Aquarium in Jenks, they were in shark heaven, especially nine year old Colton.

 "What did you guys think about the aquarium? Awesome. What was your favorite part? Sharks. Why? I love sharks. What about sharks? Uuhm, they don't have any bones."

Colton will be in fifth grade next fall and loves math, he's also a big Thunder fan and as you can see,  he's also the rock these kids need in their lives.

 "Look at those sharks!"

Emilee will be five years old in September and always has a smile on her face. She's a loving child that also loves to help out around the house. it was very difficult for her to pick out one thing she loved about the aquarium.

 Cory turned two back in November and is a handful  literally. Cory is curious, easy going and very friendly. He likes anything his older brother likes.

 "What bout these guys, what do they like to do? She likes to play with dolls and I don't know about him."

Little brother Nicholas will be one in just a few weeks. He's a happy child and doesn't seem bothered by strangers.

They need to be adopted as a unit and it's something that is not always easy to talk about.

 "I'm not really worried about it. Difficult to talk about isn't it? Shakes head. As long as you guys stay together? Yeah."

 If you can offer these beautiful kids a home and keep them together, call 866-612-2565 for more information. You can also get information on any of the children that have been featured on waiting child.

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