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SALT LAKE CITY — With adoption, many families can imagine opening up their homes to one child, maybe two. But this week's Wednesday's Child profile shows how much love six siblings could bring into your home.
Energy and giggles, laughs and love — think how much life 4-year-old Shila, 5-year-old Elena, 6-year-old Chula, 9-year-old Anthony, 11-year-old Isabella and 12-year-old Alias could bring into your home.
Although these kids share the same genes, each child has a different personality.
There are a few things they have in common, like their favorite foods: spaghetti and ice cream. And all wish they had a permanent family.
The siblings are currently split up into different foster homes.
"It's kind of tough," Isabella said, 'cause I don't get to see them every day."
The Adoption Exchange believes when you see these kids together, and how strong their love for each other is, it's clear they need to be adopted into the same home. And while that may seem like a big commitment, you'll get six times the love in return.
If you're interested in providing these children with a permanent home, contact The Adoption Exchange at 801-265-0444.