Sounds like followers really did not think Myka and also James, that are moms and dads to 4 various other youngsters, when they claimed Huxley is now living with one more family members that was much better outfitted to manage his unique demandsSince the information Huxley was "rehomed" numerous customers have actually implicated the moms and dads of manipulating him for sights.
Per the report, the Stauffers did not return BuzzFeed News' request for comment or more information. "We are not now working with the Stauffer family and do not have plans to partner with them in the future".
In a tearful video announcing her family's decision to give up Huxley, Stauffer said: "After multiple assessments, after multiple evaluations, numerous medical professionals have felt that he needed a different fit in his medical needs". A spokesperson for Franklin County Children Services told Buzzfeed News it appears the Stauffers "made arrangements with an individual person, versus an agency".
"To be clear this did NOT include any considerations for placement in the foster system, but rather to hand-select a family who is equipped to handle Huxley's needs", they said. Their journey to Huxley was widely documented and shared on Myka's self-titled YouTube channel, from the day they met Huxley to bringing him home. "We now do not have any sponsorships with Myka and will not work with her in the future", the company wrote in reply to a comment on Instagram. She previously revealed that Huxley has autism and brain trauma but did not elaborate further on her decision to find him a new home.
"Once Huxley came home, there was a lot more special needs that we weren't aware of, and that we were not told", James said the video.
According to her Bump Later, Myka and James later learned that Huxley "had a stroke in the womb".
"The reason we haven't updated it before is because medical professionals, agencies, various people have allowed Huxley to spend time with different people to see and make the flawless, right match for his now new family forever". "Huxley never had a say in his adoption, and he needed more help and also wanted this and we know that 100%".
"The last couple months have been like the hardest thing I could have ever imagined to going to choosing to do because ultimately, after pouring our guts and our heart into this little boy", she said. "She is doing very well and her new mom has professional medical training and is very good".