THE WALKERS ARE

Adopting Again!

Six years ago on our adoption journey, we were able to bring Samuel home. Then, in early 2019 we got to meet Samuel's foster brother, John David (photos below). He is 10-years old and needs a family. He is already a part of our hearts and lives, so we are working to bring him home as a part of our family.

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6-years Ago

Samuel joined our family through adoption. It was an amazing, difficult and wonderful process.

He Lost A Family

In joining our family, Samuel left his country, his language and most importantly, his foster family (including his foster brother, John David).

Photo: Samuel is wearing a crown on the left. John David is wearing a crown on the right.

Regaining a Brother

It's time for Samuel to regain his brother and for us to gain a son. His name is John David. He is 10-years old and has Spina Bifida.

Photo from our family trip to China. Samuel is on the left. John David is on the right.

WHY ADOPT AGAIN?

We admit, six kids is a lot. And, adopting a child with some special needs will be hard. 

John David is no longer in a loving foster home. He is alone in an orphanage. We can't sit by and let him grow up alone in an orphanage, only to end up on the street and alone as a young man some day.

In advocating to find him a family, we came to realize that he has always been a part of our family because he has always been close to our heart. Almost every day that Samuel has been home he has prayed for "China Gu Gu" as we like to call him, "gu gu" meaning brother.

Since he is already a part of us, we need to bring him home. It will be a tough road, but we are ready for it and excited to have a new son!

WANT TO HELP?

Adoption is expensive. Getting a house ready for a child with limited mobility is expensive. Getting a vehicle that will seat 8 and have room for a wheelchair, walker, and groceries is... you guessed it, expensive. We expect the grand total of all of the expenses to be around $100,000.

Below is a rough list of our needs if you feel inclined to help. No pressure though 😉

The Best Ways to Help Today

DONATE FUNDS

The adoption will cost about $30,000. We don't have access to that kind of money, so we are fundraising.

GET FIT

Jess recently became a fitness coach. All of her income goes directly to the adoption. If you want to get fit and help, sign up!

BUY SCRUNCHIES

Our oldest daughter is starting her own business hand making scrunchies. All proceeds go to our adoption.

FUNDRAISING EVENTS

We are planning several events that will be fun and double as a fundraiser for the adoption. 

HOME RENOVATIONS

Bringing home a child with limited mobility means we need to do a bit of home remodeling.

NEW VEHICLE

We need a vehicle to hold 8 and a wheelchair, walker, groceries, etc. as needed.

CONTACT US

Want to talk more about our adoption? Reach out, we would love to hear from you.

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