Adoption Successes

Brad and Jennifer

Thank you for considering us as the loving family to raise and cherish your baby. Our hearts are anxiously awaiting the opportunity to embrace another child with love, attention, endless opportunities, and a lifetime of happiness! Regardless of your final decision, we would like to wish you and your child the very finest that life has to offer. May God bless you with the strength and courage to do what is best for you and your child.

Randy and Liana
Randy and I believe everything happens for a reason. While we know that this is one of the most difficult choices you’ve ever had to make, it’s not just fate that has led us both to this place. We believe God is orchestrating a bigger plan in each of our lives.
Rick and Kristen

It is with admiration and respect that we write this letter to you. Our names are Rick and Kristen, and we have been happily married for five years. Having a family has always been one of our most important dreams, but the road to having a child has been a bit bumpy. After the disappointment of several miscarriages and unsuccessful fertility treatment, we are very excited as we begin the process to adopt a baby. The difficulty that we have gone through has only strengthened our belief that a child is a precious gift. We recognize it takes a tremendous amount of strength and courage for you to place your child for adoption. We hope that as you read our letter you will get a good understanding of the loving and nurturing home that we can provide for your child.

Michael and Connie
Mike and I are writing to you with much hope, anticipation and excitement at the thought of finally starting our family, however, we also understand and are sensitive to the difficult choice ahead of you, please know that our hearts and prayers are with you. You must be a very special person. From the age of 19 I knew I would have a problem conceiving a child and that most likely I wouldn´t be able to conceive. I did manage to become pregnant after three IVF cycles, but lost our baby at eight weeks.
Clarke and Lisa
Life is wonderful and who better to share it with than a child. Every child needs a good, loving home and we have a strong desire to provide just that. We sincerely desire, with all our hearts, to have a family of our own so that we can share the many blessings that we have received. You see; there is a lot of love between us and plenty more to share with a child. 
John and Sandra

We´d like to introduce ourselves to you. We are John and Sandra and we met in 1989. We were inseparable after our first date and were happily married on May 4, 1991. Early on in our marriage we knew we wanted a family. After several attempts on our own with no success, we consulted with an infertility specialist. Failed artificial inseminations, and invitro fertilization, led us on our path to adoption. We are both so excited to be involved in this wonderful experience.

Frank and Darlene
Hi we are Frank & Darlene and we would like to commend you on the incredibly tough and loving decision that you’ve made by choosing adoption. You are truly a loving person. Frank and I would like to reassure you that we will give your child the best possible life that he/she can have.
Edward and Kimberly

Thank you for taking this courageous step to find a wonderful home for your unborn child. We are grateful you are willing to learn more about us and the kind of loving home we will provide for a child. Although these words cannot begin tell the entire story, these next few paragraphs will introduce you to who we are as a couple, and what we will be like as parents.

Michael and Valerie
We realize that this is a trying time for you and you have a difficult decision to make and we admire your courage in having to choose who will be the adoptive parents for your child. We are now at a point in our lives that we want to start a family. Unfortunately, we are not able to conceive on our own, because Valerie is on migraine medication, but, still determined to achieve our dream of becoming parents, we decided on adoption.
Paul and Elisa
Thank you so much for taking the time to learn about our family. You have made a very brave and courageous decision in considering adoption for your child. We can only imagine what you must desire for your child; however, we do know if a happy, healthy, loving environment is part of what you hope to find, we are certainly eager to provide it.
Fassil and Shelly
We write this letter for the birthmother that God has chosen just for us. We believe that there are no coincidences and just the right birth mom will want us and we her. We want you to know how much we respect you for making one of life's hardest decisions. To give your child life and insure that the baby goes to the right parents --we feel this shows your unselfish love for your baby and is the greatest gift any human being could ever give to another. We are in awe of you for your generous spirit. To all the birthmothers who read our letter, we celebrate your greatness of spirit. You are all champions.
Michael and Laura

On a warm, sunny fall day ten years ago, Laura and I began our lives together as husband and wife. We believe that God put us together because each of us truly brings out the best in the other. When we embarked on this journey together, we were full of hopes and dreams. One of our dreams has always been having a family. As is sometimes the case in life, our journey took an unexpected detour. After several miscarriages and heartbreak, we now find ourselves taking another path towards completing our family. That path has led us to you. As you can surely attest, sometimes God presents us with unexpected challenges. While it has been tough, our struggle to have a family has brought us closer to each other and has strengthened our faith.

Curtis and Carolyn

We are Curtis and Carolyn. We would like to thank you for the gift of life and love that you are giving your baby. The decision you have made in making an adoption plan is the most courageous and unselfish act a person can make. When we do adopt, we will tell our child about their special birthmom and the loving sacrifice that was made. We hope that after reading about us, our love for each other and our life in general, you will discover how committed we are to being loving and nurturing parents.

Steven and Kelly

Hello, we are Steve, Kelly and Jack.  We are very excited about welcoming a child into our lives.  First, we want to express that we admire your courage and self-sacrifice in making this decision. We pray that you are receiving the loving support you need through this process. We would like to share with you a little about ourselves. We believe in family traditions, which are as simple as our Sunday roast beef dinners or as extravagant as our annual Halloween party.  We especially enjoy celebrating the holidays such as Thanksgiving and Christmas with family and friends.

Marty and Melea

As we sit down to write this letter it is so hard to think of exactly what to say. There are so many things we want you to know. First of all we would like to introduce our family. We are Marty and Melea, and we have two boys, Chandler and Micah, ages 8 and 5. We have been very happily married for 10 years. You might ask why we are looking to adopt if we already have two children. We love our boys so much (we love them “to the sky and back” as we always tell them). They are the lights of our life and they are all boy! (The dirt, the bugs, etc.) We would love to expand our family to include a little girl, but after two very difficult pregnancies we do not feel able to risk trying for that little girl on our own. That is why we have come to you.

Pat and Heather
My adoptive mother told me “everything happens for a reason, you may not know what the reason is now and you may never know, but your heart knows and you should always listen to your heart.” I never really knew what it meant when I was little but now that I am an adult they are words that I understand very well and live by. We wish you the best during this difficult time and thank you for considering us as prospective parents.
Jim and Roberta
We have a loving, close relationship and are very eager to grow our family. However, we are not able to have our own children. We would like to adopt and have a baby (or two) soon. James is anxiously awaiting a new family member and being a big brother. He is great with younger kids and just loves babies.
Richard and Darlene

We would like to start by saying that the decision you have made must have been extremely difficult and heart wrenching. In our opinions, what you are doing constitutes a miracle. Your altruistic act of choosing adoption will fill some lucky couples life (hopefully ours) with much joy. We know that if I were in your shoes, I would want to choose a family that has an abundance of love, warmth, happiness and family values. We know as you read through all of these various stories you are going to find many people that fit into that category, and because of this, your decision is going to be a tough one. We think you deserve to know the background of the couple that you are considering, so here it is.
Scott and Linda

We are Scott and Linda. We yearn to have a family, but have been told that we cannot through biological means. It is devastating to think that we will not have a child to care for and love. We now turn our hearts and prayers to adoption in the hope that God will give us the opportunity to have a family, love a child, and help the child be all that God has intended him or her to be. If given the opportunity, the unselfish, courageous and unconditional love you have for your baby would be the foundation of love that we would continue to provide for him or her, their entire life. We have great respect and admiration for you and your decision to choose life for your baby. May God bless you abundantly.


Michael and Michelle

Words cannot express the happiness you will have given to us, for nothing can describe the joy that comes with a lifetime of love. It is with a wondrous sense of happiness and anticipation that we await the completion of our family and that very first smile from a child of our own.

Keith and Lise

It is courageous and selfless women, such as you, that allow couples like us to have families of their own.  Our dream is to raise a child and share our life experiences and home.  We’re very excited about the adoption process and view it as a fulfillment to our dreams.  The only piece of our life that is missing is having children of our own.  We are hopeful that someone like you finds it in her heart to help us along the way.

Ron and Lisa
We wish to thank you for making such an unselfish and loving choice for the life of your child. We know that this is a difficult time for you, but we want you to know that because of your generous choice, we will have a dream come true. The dream of having a family of our own. We are Ron and Lisa! Although we are writing to you with excitement, anticipation and high hopes of bringing a precious baby into our family, at the same time we are also very sensitive to the fact that you are making one of the most difficult and selfless decisions. We have compassion for your situation; we are thrilled and excited at the thought of being parents and playing a part in such a beautiful miracle. We hope this letter conveys our respect for you in making such a courageous choice in considering adoption. We are so excited about adopting a baby, and would like to give your baby a secure home full of love and laughter.

Stuart and Gennifer

We are a fun-loving, easy-going couple with a genuine, affectionate, and committed appreciation for one another. Stuart and I met in college, and have been in love since the very beginning of our relationship. Although we are excited and anxious to share our love with a precious child ~ we want you to know we are sensitive to your feelings.

Fritz and Barbara
Hello! The time you are going through in your life is not easy. Although we are writing to you with excitement, anticipation and high hopes of bringing a precious baby into our family, at the same time we are also very sensitive to the fact that you are making one of the most difficult and selfless decisions. We have compassion for your situation; we are thrilled and excited at the thought of being parents and playing a part in such a beautiful miracle. We hope this letter conveys our respect for you in making such a courageous choice in considering adoption. We are SO excited about adopting a baby, and would like to give your baby a secure home full of love and laughter. Thank you for considering us and tell you how thankful we are to you for giving us the most wonderful blessing that we will ever receive.

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