Gift of Love: 3 Wonderful Children Need A Home Together

It doesn't take long to realize these siblings actually like each other; they're just good kids. "We get along well together and we get along well with other kids, says Levi.

Sherry, Levi and Travis, are extremely close. They've been through a lot together, removed from their home about a year and a half ago and placed in foster care. Then, just six months ago they were separated in two different foster homes.

"It's pretty sad because I liked living with Levi, cause you ain't got no body to fight with and no one to play with my age," says Sherry.

They're hoping they will soon be together again in a forever family. I asked Travis, "Do you like being with your brother and sister?" He replies, "Yes cause I like 'em they're my brother and sister."

"All our life we've been together and it would be really hard to be slit up and we just couldn't do it" says Levi.

Despite their past, these children are bright, social and ambitious. "I make straight A's," says Levi.

Levi is the oldest. He's 12. "I like to play sports and video games. I like to read. I like to spend a lot of money, especially on shoes and games."

Sherry is 8. "I'm pretty active and I'm creative. I also like to play soccer and I like to dance and I like to sing."

Like her brother, Sherry has A's on her report card. "I like school and I like doing homework cause it gives you a lot of time to just think about stuff before you do it."

And then there's little Travis. He's 4 years old and in pre-school. "How many tickets have you got? One ticket, and there's some over there and that's all I can say."

They would do best as the only or youngest children in a family and will bring plenty of joy and love, but it's the gift of love these siblings hope to one day share.

Levi says, "My brother and sister they just mean the world to me because every time I'm around them it feels like I'm in heaven."

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

Gillian Sheridan reporting