We cannot tell you how much it means to us that you would take the time to look through our profile. Since the very beginning of our relationship, we always knew that we wanted to start a family. If you consider us as potential adoptive parents for your child, it will fulfill a dream of ours. This profile is only a small portion of who we are and cannot wait to meet you to share more of ourselves.
Occupation: Freelance Production Electrician for TV and special events
Education: Master of Fine Arts, Film and Television Production
Fun Fact: Worked for NBC at the 2014 Sochi, 2016 Rio, and 2018 Pyeongchang Olympics
Favorite Holiday: Thanksgiving (can’t go wrong with turkey and football)
Favorite Memory From Childhood: Christmas Eve tradition of a Mexican restaurant and a movie a the theater
Hobbies: Photography, scuba diving, golf, traveling
Occupation: Data Quality Manager of children’s educational website
Education: Master of Fine Arts, Theatrical Lighting Design
Fun Fact: Almost tripped on Oprah Winfrey’s dress at The Color Purple Broadway premiere while working as Assistant to the Lighting Designer.
Favorite Holiday: Christmas (lights, carols, eating sweets guilt-free)
Favorite Memory From Childhood: Dad worked part-time as a wedding DJ so we would have dance nights at our house
Hobbies: Reading, painting, traveling, binge watching TV shows
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To us, adoption is our chance to have the family we’ve always dreamed of. We spent five years trying to have a family of our own and had to stop after numerous failed infertility treatments and miscarriages. The loss was so great that we admit we even thought about not having children at all. After we moved back, we started spending more time with our friends’ children and felt our hearts start healing. We realized that if we didn’t give it another chance, we would regret it. Not wanting to put Jessica’s body through treatments again, we realized adoption would be our path to parenthood. Given our exposure to many ethnicities in New York, we are ready to embrace a healthy baby; regardless of race, ethnic background, or gender.