There are many people in the world that blame their troubled adolescence or adulthood on their rough childhood.
It’s easy to judge these people harshly or cast them away as people who refuse to help themselves. The difficult part is to have empathy for them and realize that maybe they didn’t have the support growing up to heal the wounds they suffered.
Kenzie Walker, luckily, got a second chance at life by a loving couple that gave her all the support necessary to make her the superstar she is today.
When Kenzie was one month old, her biological parents left her in a cardboard box at a train station in Hunan, China.
Someone saw the infant and took her to a nearby orphanage, saving her life.
Chuck and Kim Walker wanted to adopt a child from overseas and with one look at this beautiful baby, they instantly fell in love with Kenzie and flew her to the U.S.
From there, Kenzie’s remarkable story truly begins.
Shortly after arriving at her new home, Kim discovered her new little girl had an unbelievable talent for mimicking sounds.