May 3, 2010
Both Tabitha and Jordan are a little too mature to show excitement. But, feeding the giraffes may be something to talk about to the kids at school.
This brother and sister are three years and three grades apart. Yet, they say they tell each other everything. They are desperate for an adoptive home together.
“We’ve been together most of your lives, so we’re not used to living by ourselves,” Tabbitha said. “When I need someone to talk to about the past. He’s always there because we’ve been together the whole time.”
Jordan is into all sports and wants to be a businessman when he grows up. Tabbitha has one goal to be a therapist.
Despite being in four different foster homes in just two years. They have rolled with the punches and kept their sense of humor.
Together, they form a bond, a mini family. But, these intelligent kids know they need more, “a forever home”