LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) -- Some say the purest, most unconditional form of love exists between parent and child, but for hundreds of foster kids in Arkansas, they have no parent, no real home, including a brother and sister with a special Valentine's Day wish.
At Little Rock's Tipton and Hurst, Mario Garcia designs floral arrangements.
"You're the XOXO good, and you're the sweet talker aren't you?" teases Garcia.
This day, his number one job is to teach 11-year-old Jacob and his 13-year-old sister Daisy the basics.
"We gotta cut those down," Garcia said, referring to flowers. "We're not gonna use a knife. We're gonna use these. You got the hang of this, Daisy! You should work here. We'll put you to work in the flower shop!"