She waited for God to provide – she didn’t leave the house, either. Dead-beat, monster-mother looked to the heavens:
The money ran out first. Then the food. Over three months in 2006, as her five children grew more emaciated and listless by the day, Estelle Walker made no move to find a job, no effort to scrounge up a meal, her kids told a jury yesterday. “We were supposed to wait for God to provide,” said Walker’s oldest daughter, now 21. “And that’s what we did.” At one point, the daughter said, she and her siblings went 11 days without food. When police were at last summoned to the Sussex County cabin by neighbors, investigators found the children so malnourished they had difficulty talking.