Young brothers living in separate foster homes surprised with the news that they will be adopted together

Not every foster child is fortunate enough to be placed in the exact same home as their siblings.

Brothers Tre and Ke’lynn know this all too well, as they had been in Child Protective Custody for three and a half years. They spent most of that time living in separate foster homes—a situation that caused them great sadness and pain.

Although they needed to heal from their trauma, the boys said that they wanted to be reunited one day.


“I want to see him every day and I don’t,” Ke’lynn told WFAA as he wiped tears from his eyes.

WFAA anchor Cynthia Izaguirre met the brothers in November 2017, when Tre was 10 and Ke’Lynn was 7.

“You guys are just about all each other has anymore, right? So you want to make sure you’re with him, right?” Izaguirre asked Tre, who could only respond with a nod as he started to cry.

Ke'lynn wiping his tears away with a tissue

They knew that they only had one another to rely upon. They were forced to accept visitation rights for once per month.

It was hard for Tre and Ke’lynn because they never wanted to separate whenever they saw each other.

Tre answered Izaguirre’s question about whether he could make any wish.

“To live with him,” he replied.

Tre crying while being interviewed by Cynthia Izaguirre

“We’re gonna do our very very best to make sure that happens,” the reporter assured him.

A month later, one kindhearted man saw the Wednesday’s Child story about the brothers and decided to step up in a big way.

“I was crying mostly because it just pulled at my heartstrings, and I felt an instant connection with the boys, and I said I’ve got to figure out a way to get these boys in my home and learn more about them,” Dr. Robert Beck recalled upon seeing the report.

Tre and Ke’lynn have lived with Beck ever since, but nothing formal. They had to wait until they received the adoption papers.

Dr. Robert Beck, the man who adopted brothers Tre and Ke'lynn

Beck and the brothers drove to North Texas courtroom on July 18, 2018. They thought they were going to take photos, but they were shocked to learn that they would be adopted.

“Guess what? Today’s adoption day,” Beck told the brothers as they sat in one of the pews. Tre instantly smiled and gave his dad a little hug, while Ke’lynn couldn’t hide the huge grin on his face.

It was the moment Tre and Ke’lynn had long been waiting for. They can finally live together—just like what they had always wanted.

“We got adopted today, and I feel good,” said Tre minutes after the judge made the adoption official.

The separation of the boys was ended after seven months of agony. They will grow up together, with a loving father, an older sister, and a village full of helpers.

Tre, Ke'lynn, and Robert Beck hugging after the adoption was made official

Tre and Ke’lynn are fortunate to be adopted by a wonderful man who will take good care of them.

“Just being able to give them a forever home and know that they’re forever mine is just super special,” Beck said. “I love them. With all my heart.”

When asked what happens now, Tre smiled from ear to ear and said, “I go home.”

The siblings’ older brother was also a Wednesday’s Child whom Beck adopted after seeing a report about him. Beck has adopted three kids from Wednesday’s Child segments. Beck, who was adopted by his mother, said it was always in his heart to give abandoned children that same love and acceptance.

Watch the video below to learn more about Tre and Ke’lynn’s story.

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