Forever Families: Tony, Gabriella & Victor
The most precious pumpkins in the patch. 12-year-old Anthony, 10-year-old Gabriella and 9-year-old Victor are siblings who spent a morning together at Sweet Berry Farm in Marble Falls to have some fall fun and talk about their hope for a forever family.
"This is amazing. That they can have this opportunity together and just having fun. The pressures of everyday life are off of them and they just enjoy being brothers and sister," said Helping Hand Home for Children Therapist Charlotte Crary.
"Pretty. Crazy. Loveable. Hugable. Snugable," said Tony as he described his brother and sister.
"How would you describe your brother Tony?" asked CBS Austin Reporter Lindsay Liepman to Gabby.
"Lego mastermind," she said.
"If you guys could have any kind of mommy or daddy, what would you want your mommy and daddy to be like," asked Liepman.
"I just want our family to take care of us and have a good time. That's all," said Tony.
"Do you guys want to be together," asked Liepman.
"Yes!" they all cheered in unison.
Gabby is compassionate. Tony is creative and Victor is colorful.
"They have a lot of energy but it's fun energy. All three of them are super creative and imaginative," said Crary.
They hope all paths lead to their forever family.
"A family that is strong enough to stick by them even on their worst day. To be there give them a hug. Lots of hugs and love. That's the biggest thing," said Crary.
You can view their bios at The Heart Gallery of Central Texas. The Heart Gallery of Central Texas is a program of Partnerships for Children works with CBS Austin each week to feature local foster children ready for adoption. Watch Forever Families every Wednesday at 6:30 p.m.