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A popular YouTuber who shares content about her family life has rubbed the internet the wrong way after admitting she and her husband essentially “returned” their adopted toddler son from China who lives with autism.

Myka Stauffer, a popular vlogger who rose to fame for her touching adoption story in which she and her husband adopted their baby son Huxley from China in 2017, recently posted a video that updates viewers on his whereabouts. Fans of the YouTube channel began questioning Huxley’s disappearance from recent videos posts, which prompted the Stauffers to come clean about their decision to rehome their adopted son.

Huxley had been living with the family since 2017. The mother says unspecified behavioral issues contributed to her decision. Now upset people are FLOODING to her social media pages with angry messages over their decision — but should they be mad?

Myka’s hubby James, a car detailer, explains in their recent video that they came to the brutal decision after discovering “there were a lot more special needs that we were not aware of.” The tearful mom added, “Do I feel like a failure as a mom? 500%.” The couple says unspecified behavior issues contributed to their decision, adding that “multiple scary things happened inside the home towards our other children.”

Despite the negative assumptions, the parents appear to be distressed in their video addressing their decision. Fans, however still continue to press for questions…


Wow. Sounds traumatic but the Stauffers insist that Huxley is now with a better-fit family. Do you think this will blow over for all parties?



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