One of the most special days in a woman’s life is the day she marries her soul mate. We’d all want nothing more than for our loved ones to join us in celebrating this special day.
Katie Davis’s 13 adopted Ugandan daughters made an appearance.
Kathy, a native of Nashville, used to have a storybook life. She drove a nice convertible, dressed well, had a handsome boyfriend, and was voted prom queen as a capstone to her high school career.
College was always in the cards for her, per the wishes of her parents. Kathy hadn’t intended on doing that.
This young lady was going to spend her gap year doing volunteer work in Uganda.
Katie, a young single lady, is considering adoption. Davis adopted thirteen young women. She says that working with adoptive families has given her a greater understanding of love and calmness.
Foster parents undoubtedly have countless stories about the day they realized their kid was a divine gift. My luck was in. Katie said, “It feels deeper than love.” when asked to describe her emotions.
The love she discovered was the result of her renewed willingness to try new things. Katie Majors eventually made her commitment to Benji Majors.
Katy, Benji, and their 14 children live in the town of Jinja on the beaches of Lake Victoria. Katie’s mom, Mary, comes to visit for a whole month every year. The grandma cherishes her 14 grandchildren.
She felt it was crucial for her daughter to finish college. Nonetheless, she is quite helpful and tries everything she can to aid Katie.