Jennifer Tveter of Derry, New Hampshire started fostering three siblings that were once separated by the foster care system.
Jonathan, 10, Madeline, 8, and Benjamin, 6, were finally together again under the same roof thanks to Tveter. She began fostering the children in 2019, and on March 29, she officially adopted them.
Their neighborhood even celebrated the occasion with a socially-distanced car parade. In their interview with ABC News, the three newly adopted siblings held a sign that read "We've waited 4 years, 4 months, and 28 days for today!"
Their official adoption day has passed, but Tveter is just excited to love on them, "Now they just get to be children and heal and be happy and loved and they are so loved. It's not just me. It's my entire family."