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    SUNDAY’S CHILDREN

    Sunday’s Children are Corey, Devon, and Jayden, 4-year-old triplets

    Hi! We are (from left) triplets Devon, Jayden, Corey. We like LEGO blocks, numbers, and being read to.

    Warm, affectionate, brimming with energy, and happy to be playmates, Jayden, Corey, and Devon love being a threesome — and being 4. At school, the boys are proud to say their latest accomplishments are learning to write and spell their names.

    For fun they all like playing with LEGO blocks and tossing a football. The boys are very engaging, quick to initiate conversation, and enjoy being with adults. They love having someone read to them.

    For Jayden, who is outgoing, making friends is easy; at school, he has his own little entourage. On the playground, he shows great imagination and boundless energy and spends most of his time on the monkey bars.

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    Devon loves school and even at his tender age is serious about learning. Like Jayden, he has tons of energy and his own sense of adventure. Corey is curious and inquisitive about the world around him. He loves being with adults who have patience with his many questions. He and Devon tend to depend on each other.

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    The ideal family for the boys is with two parents, of any constellation, with or without children. The triplets — who are of mixed Asian, Hispanic, and Caucasian descent — love and rely on one another for comfort.

    They also have a close bond with their grandparents. It is important to them to have a family who values and appreciates all these relationships. If Jayden, Corey, and Devon could have their own special wish granted, it would be a home together, because they love each other very much.

    To learn more about the triplets, and about adoption from foster care, call the Massachusetts Adoption Resource Exchange (MARE) at 617-54-ADOPT (617-542-3678) or visit www.mareinc.org. The sooner you call, the sooner a waiting child will have ‘‘a permanent place to call home.’’

    Save the date on May 20

    MARE’s third annual Walk for Adoption! A Walk Home will be held from 9--noon on Sunday, May 20, at Jordan’s Furniture in East Taunton. This is a family-friendly 5K (or less) indoor-outdoor event.

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    Meet Pat the Patriot. Win prizes, enjoy games, arts and crafts, entertainment, and food, all while raising money for adoption.

    Visit www.firstgiving.com/mare for more information.