4 Brothers Adopted by Two Families

The four siblings now live just minutes away from each other after spending years in foster care.
2:16 | 04/11/16

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She's here with ludacris. A heartwarming story. Behind this photo, four brothers right there up for adoption and they were looking for a forever family. Some friends stepped in and the rest is history. ABC's Jesse palmer has the story. Reporter: It's a photo that captured our hearts. Four brothers, adopted by two families. We decided to grow our family through adoption. Michael is 6. He loves to laugh and play. There's jess who's 5. And he has cerebral palsy. I'm Jes. There's Camden who's 4. He's a typical 4-year-old. Reporter: But it's also how one friendship transcended expectation. Reporter: My friend Julia called and she was in the process of adopting three beautiful boys. Our caseworker pulled us aside and said you have a baby brother. One that has major special needs that somebody was going to suffer. Our house didn't cross my mind initially. If we didn't adopt him he would be over 1,000 miles away. I called Julie back and said, no matter what, we made sure they were family a. They're brothers. When Elijah is with his brothers he just lights up. You're the big brother. He's really into throwing the football. It was kind of hectic trying to get all four boys to smile and look and especially to get Elijah to hold the sign because he just wanted to throw it. When you see how long they have been in foster care and they were final ly adopted it's beautiful. Reporter: The story of four brothers and two families is only just beginning. Michael is old enough he's always going to remember that he got adopted on the same day as his brothers. I'm not giving them a gift, they have given us a gift. Reporter: For "Good morning America," Jesse palmer, ABC

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