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4/12/06 - Tyler

Gift of Love: Tracy & Kaci, Loving Sisters

Few things bring a family as much joy as a child. In this report, we want you to meet two sisters who are full of joy but, sadly, are without a family. They're hoping that will soon change. Here's their story in KLTV 7's Gift of Love report.

Tracy is a friendly and well behaved 8 year old who keeps a close eye on her precious little 6 year old sister Kaci. "They're fun loving kids. They really are," says Sue Bagley, their foster mom. And these sisters are bonded, "cause we love each other," says Tracy as she hugs her sister.

These young children were removed from their home about a year ago. Despite feeling hurt and disappointed, they brought a ray of sunshine to their foster home.

"They brought a lot of love. A lot of love. I've truly fallen in love with these children. If we were 20 years younger we'd adopt them ourselves but that's just not possible at our age," says Sue with tears welling up in her eyes.

So, the search is on for their forever family. Tracy is the big sister. She's a happy, healthy girl. If it were up to her, she'd wear a cowboy hat all the time. Tracy says, "I like to ride horses. I like to ride a golf cart. I like to go outside."

Tracy is in the second grade and doing well in school. "When I grow up I want to be a nurse," she says.

Kaci is a healthy, girlie, girlie. She enjoys playing dress up and she likes dolls. "Babies are important to me. I like them," says Kaci in a sweet, soft voice.

Kaci enjoys kindergarten and singing her A,B,C's. "Yes, I love to read. My favorite book is The Little Bears." Kaci goes on to say, "The best part about school is spending time with my friends. I like playing with my friends."

And when she grows up, "I want to be a veterinarian because I like animals."

For now, she looks up to her big sister, Tracy. "She's nice and I love her."

These children would do well in a stable, Christian home knowing for once, they are safe. Sue says, "They need constant hugs and kisses and reassurance that you love them. I'm sure God will watch out for them and put them where they belong."

If you'd like to know more about Tracy and Kaci, call our Gift of Love hotline toll free, 1-888-kids-275.

Gillian -Sheridan reporting.

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