We are humbled to have you learn more about us as we’ve been very hopeful for the moment to become parents to a child. We knew adoption would be part of our journey somehow, some way. We’re grateful to be at this point and hope you learn more about us through our profile. We believe there’s a reason our paths have crossed.
Occupation: National Account Manager
Education: Bachelor’s Degree
Favorite Color: Green
Favorite TV/Movie: “Into The Wild”
Favorite Food: Anything Italian
Favorite Vacation: Camping outdoors with a view
Favorite Holiday: Halloween
Favorite Cartoon: “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” were my favorite growing up but “Minions” is my favorite today
Favorite Memory From Childhood: Camping and fishing with my cousins at their farm
Hobbies: Playing cards, hiking, biking, fishing, and hanging with family
Occupation: Sales Director
Education: Bachelors Degree
Favorite Color: Bourdeaux / Burgundy
Favorite TV/Movie: “Forrest Gump” / Star Wars
Favorite Food: My mom’s cooking / Chinese
Favorite Vacation: Maui, Hawaii
Favorite Holiday: Thanksgiving
Favorite Cartoon: “Tiny Toons”
Favorite Memory From Childhood: Babysitting all my mom’s friends’ kids! Made money and realized how naturally maternal I am.
Hobbies: Boxing, Yoga, spending time with family, reading and make-up.
|We Prefer a Child Who Is…
|We have no preferences for gender
|We have no preferences for ethnicity
|Letters, updates and visits
We had an agenda, a plan. “Lots of babies,” we used to say. Even early on, we talked about having adoption be part of our family planning process. We moved home to be closer to family, so they could help us build experiences for our kids and we could be active in theirs.
For years, we tried on our own. Doctors helped but have yet to be successful. After all the time and heartache, time to create our family ourselves. We want to be parents to a baby that will allow us to love him or her unconditionally and as our own. We cannot control what we cannot control, but we can provide a home and loving family to a deserving child, no matter race and gender.
Our hearts are big, and we can’t wait to be “mom” and “dad.”