Wednesday's Child: Alyssia, Anthony, Gabriel & Isaiah

Four children with a lot of energy and promise need a forever family.

Healthy, spunky and very loving, four children with a lot of energy and promise need a forever family.

When asked if they want to be adopted, big sister Alyssia and her three younger brothers say a resounding "yes!"

It takes special children in foster care to be this excited and satisfied.

“I’m an awesome girl," exclaims Alyssia.

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The 8-year-old, her 6-year-old brother Anthony and 5-year-old brother Gabriel don't stop moving

or being cute.

"I like to ride my bike. I like to play football and I like to run," says Anthony.

His little brother chimes in too. “I like to play outside with my brother and my sister," he says.

CPS says these children are healthy, loving and excelling with their foster parents.

“My foster mom takes care of me. She feeds me. She buys me stuff like clothes and toothbrushes and stuff," says Alyssia.

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She and her brother Anthony are fast runners and like to race each other.

Alyssia is also in competitive cheerleading and is a great big sister. “I look after them and make sure nothing happens to them," she says.

They're extremely bonded and want to be adopted together along with their youngest brother.

“He's so cute and he's only 1-year-old," says Alyssia about her infant brother.

Isaiah is the baby of the 4 siblings and lives in a separate foster home from Alyssia, Anthony and Gabriel.

With a lot of sacrifice and patience, these children will fill a home with quadruple the joy.

“I want them to treat me like I'm their real daughter," says Alyssia.

How to get the process started

WFAA and Child Protective Services partner to spotlight these children in hopes that one day a child's wish of a "forever family" will come true.

Please send all approved home studies to La Queena Warren at the email address below, if you’re already licensed. Please remember to include the child or children’s names within the subject line. If you’re not licensed, please visit to find out more information on how to become licensed to foster and/or adopt or contact 817-304-1272.

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