DANNY and RILEY for the Wojcik family – NC

DANNY and RILEY for the Wojcik family – NC

By Reece’s Rainbow

Danny_close-up-300x276Chris and Jenn have been married for thirteen years. They have four beautiful daughters – Karissa, Riley, Peyton, and Milana. Their youngest daughter Milana has Down Syndrome and was brought to them through the blessing of adoption. Milana came home from Ukraine in September 2010. It wasn’t long after Milana came home that the family began to talk about adopting once again. After much consideration and prayer they decided if they were going to adopt this time they had to adopt a boy!

They can not wait to get Danny home to their family so that they can love on him. Milana is Riley-225x300already beyond excited to be a big sister. She looks at the picture of Danny and says “baby brother!” Chris is beyond excited to no longer be the only guy in the house.

They know this will not be an easy road. Adoption is hard work. Please consider supporting the family in any way you are able. They appreciate your prayers, well wishes, and any support you are able to provide them.


Follow the family’s adoption journey on their blog at www.jennandchrisandkpr.blogspot.com


For other ways to help the children from Reece’s Rainbow,

please read the Ways You Can Help page on the Reece’s Rainbow site!  

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Reeces Rainbow is saving the world of an orphan with Down syndrome EVERY DAY. Adoption grants and advocacy exclusively for children with special needs. 501(c)3

Their mission is to rescue orphans with Down syndrome through the gift of adoption, to raise awareness for all of the children who are waiting in 25 countries around the world, and to raise funds as adoption grants that help adoptive families afford the high cost of adopting these beautiful children.

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