Two foster brothers lived apart for years. They met monthly. After taking time to recuperate from their t.r.a.u.m.a., a guy adopted both siblings at once in July 2018. They reunited as a family after years apart.

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Tre and Ke’lynn, boys aged 10 and 7, first appeared on a newscast in October 2017 to share their terrible experience. They spent three and a half years in Texas Child Protective Custody in separate foster homes. Whenever they saw each other, the boys cried. They awaited their permanent reunion. Robert Beck, a psychiatrist, sought to help these brothers reunite in November 2017.

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Beck immediately wanted to take care of the children and give them a lifelong home after seeing the newscast and hearing their sad story. Beck unexpectedly adopted both brothers in July 2018. In October 2017, WFAA’s Wednesday’s Child Report revealed Tre and Ke’lynn’s painful story of growing up in separate foster homes. Since they were all they had, the brothers wanted to live together. “I want to see him every day, and I don’t,” Ke’lynn added.
Beck stepped up a month later. He was adopted and had adopted a Wednesday’s Child Report youngster, according to WFAA. He stated, “I was crying largely because it just pulled at my heartstrings, and I felt an instant connection with the guys, and I said I’ve got to find out a way to get these boys in my home and learn more about them.” Since then, Tre and Ke’lynn have lived with Beck, although nothing was ever confirmed. Adoption took time. It was July 2018.

WFAA reported that the brothers entered a North Texas courtroom on July 18, 2018, without knowing what would happen. After shooting pictures, they found out it was their adoption day. Being adopted jointly made it even more wonderful.
The brothers looked forward to their future. Tre smiled and said: “I got adopted and I feel good.”
I’m home. Dr. Beck said, “I love them, with all my heart.”

The American Association for the Positive Care of Children reports that 437,000 U.S. children and teens are in foster care (American SPCC). However, it takes years to adopt a child, and those who aren’t adopted are moved between group homes and families until they age out. Around 118,000 US children are waiting to be adopted, and many wait three to four years, according to the SPCC. The organization also pointed out that 52% of foster children are boys.

Luckily, Dr. Beck saved Tre and Ke’lynn.

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