UNDATED (KTHV) -- When most of us hear the word 'family,' we think of our mom, dad or our children, perhaps.
But for a group of three siblings in state foster care, family means something totally different.
Today's THV, in partnership with the Department of Human Services, is profiling children up for adoption in Arkansas.
Of the nearly 500 children in state foster care, many are part of a sibling group, like a group of five brothers and sisters who desperately want a forever family.
Adoption workers will tell you, it's not easy finding homes for sibling groups and older children, like Matthew, age 11, Sara, age 10, and Mark, age 9.
They've been in state foster care nearly four years now. They've survived a failed adoption, and they've known little stability in their short lives. In fact, they've learned to rely on each other, and each day, they pray they find a forever family they can rely on too.