“I want a good mom and a good daddy,” Sisters that work as a pair want a new home together

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OKLAHOMA CITY - These two elementary school girls have been looking for adoptive parents since 2012.

They are both very caring, compassionate and love a good Disney movie.

"Let it go. Let it gooooo! Here I go!" Arlene is singing her favorite song at Science Museum Oklahoma.

6-year-old Viola and her 7-year-old sister Arlene are a team.

"I want to dance with her and paint with her. Make hearts together," Arlene said.

They’re a close pair even if they sometimes don't want to admit it.

"She is my best friend, but she's not my best friend," Viola said.

If you have a sister you know how it is.

Arlene is the outgoing of the two. She’s not afraid to speak up for her younger sis.

When KFOR reporter Lacey Lett asked Viola what her favorite day was she replied, "I don't know."

That is when Arlene stepped in for her little sister, saying, "No, her favorite day is to see Elsa, but she never gets to see her."

And Arlene's favorite person to meet?

"Rapunzel is the favorite thing ever, cuz 'Punzel, she has powers," Arlene answered.

That could be why Arlene loves her own beautiful locks.

She also loves sleeping with her stuffed pet monkey every night.

Just like big sis, Viola loves her own stuffed animal - a teddy bear.

These two sisters were placed in DHS custody three years ago and come as a pair to the perfect parents.

"I want a good mom and a good daddy," Arlene said. "I want them to love me how I love them."

And sometimes Arlene will help out her camera-shy sister.

"She wants a good mommy and daddy too! Like she wants a brother and a sister," Arlene said.

Their caregivers say Arlene is a very helpful child doing as she is asked and caring for others.

Give them a playground, and they're in heaven.

It's very rare you'll see these girls apart from one another.

But it's very common you'll get asked this question from them.

"Can I get a hug?" Arlene asked.

A playful pair and a smile that will make you grin.

Two special daughters to someone looking for a fairy tale ending.

For more information on how you can adopt Arlene and Viola call click here and call (405)522-4176.

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