These three brothers have been there for one another but need the support of loving parents to help guide them along the way. Meet Kenny, Keaton, and Kody July's Wednesday's Children.
It was a beautiful sunny day when I met Kenny, Keaton, and Kody in Ripley and these brothers weren't afraid to explore the area.
Kenny and Keaton are avid climbers who are always up for a challenge. "Basketball, football, and kickball," said Keaton.
"I always win," said Kenny.
"No, I do," said Keaton.
At 11 years old Kenny is the oldest. Kenny's favorite thing to do is to strum the electric guitar.
Next in line is his nine-year-old brother Keaton and then his eight-year-old brother Kody.
Keaton is going into fourth grade. He's into building, especially a house of cards, card games, and all things sports.
Kody is the youngest.
This second grader is a fast runner who doesn't let his special needs get in his way.
Do you play basketball? "Yes" he said.
Football? "Yes" he said.
Do you like to hang out with your brothers? "Yes" he said.
Kody is wild about "Scooby Doo" and the TV show "Teen Titans."
Kody and his brothers want to some day share their lives with a forever family.
Augusta Hurst, an adoption specialist with the West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources said "someone that can provide structure."
Someone to play sports with them, give them the loving attention that they deserve, and just be there for them.
For more information on Kenny, Keaton, and Kody log onto WWW.ADOPTAWVCHILD.ORG or call 1-866-CALL-MWV.
In Ohio, you can contact your county children's services office.
The number in Washington County is 740-373-3485.