Why and how the 22-year-old woman gave birth to 13 children in Uganda

In order to help her children, Kathy Davis left the United States for Uganda, giving up her studies at the university and her prior lifestyle.

At age 18, she served as prom queen and as class president. It was anticipated that Katie would study at a prestigious university and go on to have a prosperous career.

To everyone’s surprise, however, the girl abandoned everything and traveled to Uganda to perform acts of kindness.

The girl thought she would only be in the African nation for a year, but she ended up staying there indefinitely.

She made the decision to adopt one girl, then 12 more, in order to help the local children. Katie claims that the most important lesson in harmony and love she has ever learned is from adoption.

In 2015, she found love in Uganda. He currently has 14 children for two, just one of whom is their son Noah, between him and his chosen one, Benji Majors.

A large family lives in the small village of Jinja, and Lake Victoria is very close. The girl spends the whole day with the little ones and in the evening she takes care of routine administrative affairs.

Katy recently wrote a book that became a New York Times bestseller. The book is called Kathy’s Kisses. Now the family lives on a modest salary and income from a published book.