“I understand how they feel,” Carter said. “I understand what they went through, so it really touched me. I was already thinking about adopting all of the kids but when I saw them crying, I was like, ‘Ok, I’m going to take all five to keep them together.”
When he was 12, Robert Carter went into foster care in Hamilton County, Ohio, and didn’t see some of his younger siblings for years.
But when he was old enough, Carter reconnected with his family. He was granted custody of his sister and became the guardian of his brother.
Carter wanted to make sure his family was together.
Friday, Carter kept another family together when he adopted siblings Marionna, Makayla, Robert, Giovanni and Kiontae in Hamilton County.
He said he didn’t want ….