This trio wants to stay together. Brothers Keeonal, 11 and six year old Qualaun don't get to see their 8 year old sister Makayla as much as they'ld like. That's why their trip to Bounce U at 91st and Memorial was so special. Especially for a very shy Qualaun who talked about what he likes to do.
"play games, jump on the trampoline and I like to watch TV too."
Makayla is not near as shy and says she loves playing games.
"sounds like you're competitive? Yes. Do you like winning or just playing? Winning...(laughs)."
You don't find many kids who enjoy school as much as these three. Keeonal said he missed his favorite subject, history.
"history, why? Because I'm learning about early humans."
Makayla had to skip out on making lava lamps and using two unique colors..
"pink and purple. Why? Cause those are my favorites."
These three kids need a home with room to play, parents with patience and kept together in a home where they are the youngest. And they aren't shy when it comes to talking about the adoption process. Keeonal especially knows exactly what he wants.
"you want someone to play with? Not too little, not too big. Has to be just right? If they are 10, 11 or 12."
Makayla also has a specific wish.
"well, I hope we get adopted by someone who wants all of us."
"it's just fun being together isn't it? Shakes head yes"
IF YOU THINK YOU CAN OFFER THIS LITTLE FAMILY THE FOREVER HOME THEY DESERVE, CALL 918-581-2033.
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