Hobbies: Boating on Lake Erie, woodworking, saltwater fish, cooking, gardening
Favorite places: Fishing in Canada, Kelleys Island, family cottage in Michigan
Favorite time of year: crisp fall days
Food I can’t live without (but wish I could!): Ice Cream
Hobbies: Running, boxing, writing, home decorating, spending quality time with my girlfriends
Favorite places: Kelleys Island, pretty much any beach vacation and this one particular cozy chair in the corner of our living room
Favorite time of year: beginning of summer, so much to look forward to!
Food I can’t live without (but wish I could!): French fries
|We Prefer a Child Who Is…|
|Gender:||We have no preferences for gender.|
|Race:||We have no preferences for ethnicity.|
|Openness:||Open or Closed, Letters, Updates and Visits|
Early in our relationship, we spoke often about adopting in the future. We also wanted to try and have biological children, agreeing that if we still felt the same way about adoption in a few years we would pursue it. Due to high-risk labor and deliveries, and because we know it in our hearts, we are done having biological children. The constant however for us has always been, and now more than ever, that we want to grow our family through adoption. And now we have this amazing opportunity to give a new baby two caring, playful and protective big brothers. We also constantly think about what adoption would mean and do for us. Now that we’re parents, we have a strong desire to support a birth parent in what we believe is the most selfless decision any person can make. We are so excited to welcome a baby of any gender or racial background, we truly have no preference. We look forward to lovingly and thoughtfully celebrating a new baby’s ethnic heritage throughout his or her life!