After living separately in foster care, a group of siblings have been reunited to become a family again thanks to a loving couple.
Texas Parents Andi and Thomas Bonura have always wanted to adopt after having years of trouble conceiving. Bonura was able to become pregnant with twins, who arrived early at 25 weeks. Their son Eli fought in the ICU, but didn't make it. The other twin Joey, who is now 11-years-old, has cerebral palsy and is visually impaired. Bonura was able to give birth to two more daughters, Sadie and Daphne. But after having more pregnancy complications with her daughters, the couple decided to not have anymore biological children.
So in 2017, they got their license to become foster parents. Later that year, Bryson came into their care from the hospital as a baby. Then two other siblings of Bryson followed, David and Gabrielle. That's when the older twin brothers Thomas and Carter of their foster children would start visiting their siblings at the Bonura home.
They all wanted to live together and after awhile, Bonuras found out that the parents of the five children were terminating their rights. That's when Andi and Thomas Bonura decided to adopt all five of the siblings and bring them officially into their family.
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