Haitians get in tune with new Oklahoma homes
Sixties and ’70s music drifted through the Lechtenberg household as brothers Tiken and Ebby got ready for bed.A month ago, the boys, ages 5 and 7, came to Oklahoma City from Haiti where they were living in an orphanage when the earthquake struck Port-au-Prince. On Tuesday night, they wore bike helmets and clutched a lint roller and a hairbrush like microphones as they rocked to the tune of John Lennon’s "Instant Karma” from their perch on the counter in their future adoptive parents’ bathroom.
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