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An unbreakable bond: Sibling Trio in Austin looking for a family to adopt them together

In this week's Forever Families, KVUE highlights Imani, Zoey and Kylon, who have to get adopted together.

AUSTIN, Texas — Give these three siblings a playground and their imaginations will run wild.

Imani, Zoey and Kylon share an unbreakable bond and it shows when they are together, whether they are completing obstacle courses or playing games on the playground. 

While they need to be adopted together, each deserves a spotlight of their own. 


Imani is the oldest and the quietest of his siblings. The 10-year-old is the protector of his family and will always look out for them. He is also thoughtful and intelligent so, naturally, his favorite subject in school is writing. 

When he has free time, Imani loves being outside riding bikes, going on walks and hanging out at the park. On a rainy day, he's good at home watching sports and movies or playing board games.

Credit: Heart Gallery of Central Texas
Meet Imani, who's 10 years old and the oldest of his siblings.

Imani loves sports, particularly football, and hopes to play professionally one day. 

He has a great smile, infectious laugh, and gets along well with other kids and adults! While he likes school, his future family should be willing to help him overcome any hurdles he may face. 


Zoey, the middle sibling, has an unbelievably creative mind. The 9-year-old loves to color, write and make up her own games to play! During her interview, she created a counting game that allowed everyone around her to participate, even KVUE's Tori Larned. 

Credit: Heart Gallery of Central Texas
This is Zoey. She's 9 years old and loves to color, write and make up games to play.

She is energetic and loves a good conversation. She spends a lot of time outside riding her bike, singing so the mountains can hear and dancing like nobody is watching. Although, she loves ballet and would love to take classes.

Zoey loves math and science, but it would not hurt if she had some extra help with her assignments. Her perfect family will be positive and supportive. Zoey will benefit from continued support in processing her feelings.


Kylon is a sweet, active go-getter! The 4-year-old is a bundle of energy and curiosity. At the interview, he loved looking at the camera and checking out the microphone. 

Credit: Heart Gallery of Central Texas
This is Kylon, who is 4 years old and the youngest of the siblings.

Challenge him in a race or game, or even just watching cartoons and he will welcome you to join him with open arms. Of course, you will likely find his siblings by his side because they are a close-knit group. 

When he wants something low-key to do, he likes coloring, playing video games that involve sports, or playing with his toy trucks.

Just like his big brother, Kylon loves football and helps Imani practice. They will go outside and toss the football back and forth. He and his sister like to race.

He is a smart cookie who attended a Head Start program during the school year. When asked what his favorite topic was at daycare, he said "toys!"

PHOTOS: Meet siblings Imani, Zoey and Kylon

Together, the three kids need a family who will love them unconditionally and be a positive role model in their lives. This family will make sure they grow both at home and in school. Imani, Zoey and Kylon are bound for greatness in life, and just need a family to keep the energetic bunch motivated to reach for the stars. 

To learn more about Imani, Zoey and Kylon or to put in an inquiry to adopt them, visit their page on the Heart Gallery of Central Texas.

KVUE launched the Forever Families segment with Partnerships for Children (PFC) in June 2020 to highlight children in the Heart Gallery of Central Texas who need secure and permanent families. Every day, there are nearly 1,000 children waiting to get adopted in Central Texas, according to PFC.

WATCH: Forever Families: Meet Imani, Zoey and Kylon


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