On December 25, 1971, a baby was left in the nativity scene inside St. Anne’s Church in Houston, Texas. The baby was discovered in the manger. He was left with a handful of diapers, a blanket and some formula. In the newspapers, he was called “The Manger Baby.” The baby was eventually adopted. That baby is now known as DJ Williams, a 44-year-old Starbucks manager living in Baltimore with his partner Mike and their 6-year-old son Zephyr.
On ABC 20/20 Williams will reunite with his four half-siblings who grew up with his birth mother. Williams was able to find his family via a DNA test which lead him to his half-sister, a woman named Rose, who was born two years after him. It was Rose who told Williams that their mother had died several years earlier, but that she and the family had attended the church where Williams was left. His siblings say “they had no idea their mother had abandoned him as a baby or why." But Williams tells 20/20 he has made peace with the fact that he found any blood relatives at all. ABC 20/20 airs Fridays at 10pm.
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