The Lord has done great things for us, and we are filled with joy.” Psalm 126:3
Thank you for your selfless act of love in considering us as adoptive parents for your child. We are humbled by your kindness and filled with joy and excitement at the possibility of becoming parents. We hope you enjoy learning a bit more about us!
Occupation: Physical Therapist
Education: Doctorate Degree
Day of the week: Sunday (Football and recharge)
Sweet Treat: Brownie or my mom’s apple pie.
Ways to Recharge: Football, church, writing music
Education: Masters Degree
Day of the week: Sunday (Mass and Football)
Sweet Treat: Anything with dark chocolate
Ways to Recharge: Prayer and talking to my family
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We are not able to have children naturally and researched both adoption and fertility treatments. When speaking with the fertility specialist, he made a comment that really hit home for us. He shared: “When you have a snotty nosed child running to you for a tissue, it doesn’t matter where they came from, that’s your child to take care of.” At that moment, we knew we wanted to pursue adoption. From the very beginning of this journey we agreed that having a child would not define who we already are as a family, but would allow us to share our love with others. Every piece of who we are dreams of being a parent and we both know that “parent” can take on many roles. If parenting for us isn’t through adoption, we will embrace that role with pride and humility. That said, we are hopeful, and prayerful, to be chosen as adoptive parents and have an opportunity to grow our family within our own home.