A couple expanded their family from a party of two to a party of seven after adopting five siblings from foster care to keep them together.

Will and Julie Rom of Cincinnati have no kids of their own, but have been fostering children for 10 years, WCPO reports.

“Julie was made to be a mom,” Will said. “I mean, she just had to be a mom.”

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The couple met the set of siblings three years ago, when they took them into their home. Last week, they adopted them as their own for good.

They are now the proud parents of 12-year-old William, 9-year-old Truth, 6-year-old Maryahana, 3-year-old Keyora and 2-year-old KJ.

They couldn’t be more thrilled.

“All my life really all I’ve wanted to do is have some sons to play sports with, and everything is going great,” said Will.

The family moved into a larger home and Julie has made adjustments to she can stay home with the kids.

“They’re already part of our family,” said Will. “This is an official rubber stamp as someone said earlier, but they’ve been a part of our family and we love them dearly.”

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