By Taylor Maple, ABC News
Family is more than just blood, and the Sanders family is living proof.
Christina and Christopher Sanders of Ohio received their first foster placement — of four brothers — in 2014, and it changed their lives forever. They took in the boys’ two sisters in 2016. And now they have legally adopted all six siblings, which will ensure the brothers and sisters stay together.
“This whole experience has been so rewarding for us because taking care of the kids and caring for the kids through these past couple years, we got so close to them and developed such tremendous love for these children,” Christopher Sanders told ABC News. “There’s nothing we wouldn’t do for these children. We just want the best for them. We felt like we had to do whatever we thought we could do to help.”
“They’re definitely my children,” he added.
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