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“We’re best friend brothers,” Boys hoping to find a family that will keep them together

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OKLAHOMA CITY - Bailey and Braiden are brothers and are inseparable.

"We're not best friends. We're brothers," said Bailey.

"We're best friend brothers," said Braiden.

The 8-year-old and 10-year-old are now searching for a home that will keep them together.

As they play together at White Water Bay, it is obvious they are not afraid to do anything as long as they have each other.

Right now, Braiden and Bailey only get to see each other once a month because they live in two different homes.

The pair of 'best friend brothers' want a loving family to nurture, protect and play games with them.

“A nice family. A family that will let us do a lot of stuff,” Braiden said.

When you ask these two about love, it's very simple to them.

“Because we’re brothers, and that’s what God made us to be,” Braiden said.

For more information on adopting a child, visit the Department of Human Services website.

If you want to adopt Braiden and Bailey call (405) 522-4176.

You will go through a background check and interview process.

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