DALLAS — CPS has a tough job.
The goal is to get foster children adopted, but when you're dealing with siblings it can make that goal even harder.
Meet Labrais, Bryise and Willie – three brothers who need a forever home. Fortunately, they have a caseworker who's fighting for them to be adopted together.
It's hard not to keep repeating "so cute" when you meet the siblings.
We had a great time with the brothers at the Dallas World Aquarium in Dallas.
"I'm 5 years old," said Bryise proudly.
Bryise is the middle child.
His older brother, Labrais, is 6. The youngest, Willie, is 2.
"My brother Willie is good boy," Bryise said.
Kristen Sultemeier is the boys' caseworker with Child Protective Services.
"Willie is a very active 2-year-old boy, as you can see," she said as he sat in her lap. "He is very sweet and loving. He is very funny. He has a great sense of humor."
Sultemeier wants to find them an adoptive home as soon as possible.
"Labrais and Willie are placed in a foster home together and Bryise is placed in another foster home," she said. "CPS would like to place them all together in an adoptive home."
That's right. The boys are separated and they don't want to be.
"They are very bonded to each other," Sultemeier said.
The oldest of the three, Labrais, extended his arms to show how much he loves his brothers.
"Labrais is a very sweet boy," Sultemeier said. "He enjoys Superman, Spiderman, watching TV and Paw Patrol."
"My brother love me," Bryise said of his older brother, Labrais.
Every time they see each other, his big brother takes him by the hand and watches over him.
"Bryise is a very sweet, loving boy," Sultemeier said. "He enjoys playing. He loves superheroes, cars and trucks."
Just like Labrais, Bryise also extended his arms to show how much he loves his siblings.
Labrais, Bryise and Willie want to be together.
Now they just need parents who will reunite them and commit to loving them forever.
"My hope is that they'll find an adoptive home together where they can grow up and be happy healthy children," Sultemeier said.
You must be licensed to foster or adopt in the state of Texas.
If you're already licensed, contact LaQueena Warren with CPS and she will forward your information to Kristen Sultemeier.
If you are not licensed, contact LaQueena and she'll help you get the process started. You can email her at Laqueena.firstname.lastname@example.org or call 817-304-1272.