Adoption Successes

David and Klothilde
We have an enormous amount of respect for you and your decision and feel our lives may be coming together for a reason. For you it could mean knowing that your baby will have a family that will love, nurture, and cherish him/her more than anything in the world. For us it could mean welcoming another baby into our home, hearts, and lives.
Eddie and Shelli

“Once there were two women who never knew each other.  Each of them, in their way, will play the role of your mother.  The first one gave you life, and the second taught you to live it.  The first gave you a need for love, the second was there to give it.  One gave you emotions; the other calmed your fears. One saw your first sweet smile, the other dried you tears.  One made an adoption plan; that was all that she could do.  The other prayed for a child, and God led her straight to you.  Two women, two types of love, one you.” - Unknown. 

Norman and Lisa

We would like to say what a great, yet selfless gift you are giving, and that is life to a child. Our names are Scott and Lisa, and we hope to be able to get to know you; but first, we would like for you to get to know a bit about us. Since marrying in 1996, we have had the privilege of raising two daughters. Our oldest is married and our youngest is a teenager who is anxious to build a horse barn for her first horse. We have two dogs, Rufus a Bloodhound and Snack Pack a chocolate Boston Terrier. They play great together; however our Amazon Parrot, Manny is pretty much the grumpy old guy who likes to referee the two. We love our family life and want to share all we have with a sweet baby boy.

Claude and Anne

We know you are going through a tough time right now. Hopefully the words on this page will make you feel a little brighter and more positive about the decision you are contemplating. As we have struggled with not being able to have more children of our own, we can understand and relate to the fact that you have also had to face difficult challenges in your life. Your decision takes courage and strength.

Christopher and Suellen

We are Chris and Sally, and we’ve been married since 2003, after dating for two years. We met in a dueling pianos bar where Sally was celebrating her birthday, and Chris was meeting a friend. Sally asked Chris for the time and, as they say, the rest is history! One year into our marriage, Sally quit her job so we could focus on starting our family, and train to become foster parents. In July 2005, God answered our prayers for a baby with a precious two-day-old foster daughter named Aaliyah. We loved her from the moment we laid eyes on her, and were overjoyed when we were able to start adoption proceedings one year later. She is now a beautiful five-year-old, and prays daily for a baby brother or sister. We long to experience again the indescribable joy of falling head over heels in love with a baby, and to watch our daughter and that baby grow up with the special bond that siblings share.


Blaine and Rebeca

Our names are Blaine and Becky and we have been happily married since 2002. We are truly best friends and have been blessed with a great marriage. Our dating years were so natural and comfortable, we knew it was forever. We dreamed of starting our family, and through unexplained fertility, God confirmed to us both, that adoption was His plan for our family.

Mark and Laurie

As educated parents, we envision our children going to preschool, reading and learning about the world, being successful students in elementary and high school, and going on to college to pursue their own individual dreams.  In other words, we simply want our children to have an opportunity to have a wonderful life. 

Mark and Siobhan

We love taking family walks with our loveable dogs, Phoebe & Shelby on the trails behind our home. In the summer, Siobhan loves to take our son to the local zoo, parks and swimming. We enjoy hiking, skiing, biking, traveling, and making dinner with our friends and their kids. We will share our love of learning about new people and places with your child by camping, going to museums, experiencing outdoor events and traveling overseas together. Siobhan was born in Ireland, which we have visited many times.

Loren and Cassandra

Your courageous decision to give birth to your baby and then bless another family by allowing them to raise your child as their own shows how much you love your child.

Jay and Stacy

Jay’s parents thought they could never conceive on their own, so they adopted four children. Then, when Jay's mom was forty she became pregnant with him. He grew up in a home filled with love and acceptance. Jay never thought twice about all of his brothers and sisters being adopted; they were his family and he couldn't have asked for more.

Michael and Alejandra

Please accept our prayers and positive thoughts as you embark on this difficult journey, and know that my wife, Alejandra, and I would be honored to walk with you every step of the way.

Matthew and Reagan
Our names are Reagan and Matt. We met when Matt was in the USA from Australia (yes, Matt did grow up in Australia) working at a summer camp where he cared for Reagan’s littlest brother. At the conclusion of the camp Reagan’s parents invited Matt to come and stay with them. Reagan just happened to be home from college at the same time, and we hit it off immediately. It was like we had known each other forever.
Christian and Kay

We live in a vibrant and beautiful community.  With several walking trails, parks, tennis courts and swimming pools in our community, outdoor activities are very popular and children’s playful voices can be heard on almost any given day.  We take our precious Beagle, Molly, on regular walks and spend time together outside.  With so much love to share, and so many good things to offer a child, we hope you will entrust us with your precious gift. 

Michael and Sara

Our names are Michael and Sara, and we met each other several years ago through an on-line dating service.  When we met in person for the first time, we each realized that we had met “the one,” and we have been very happily married for more than three years. After two years of unsuccessful attempts to become pregnant, we feel that it is time to move forward with something we had always eventually planned to do—adopt.

Steven and Jennifer

More than anything, we want to build a family and become parents. We want to love, nurture and encourage your child to become the individual you hope for him or her. We look forward to teaching them how to ride a bike, being there as they learn to swim, cheering them on at games, and watching them perform in school plays and recitals. From their first boo-boo to their first broken heart, we will be there with loving hugs and support.

Todd and Jennifer

We have a beautiful home in a nice neighborhood. Todd did a lot of the woodwork throughout the house himself. I have a passion for interior design, and loved designing each room. The last rooms to decorate are the nursery and play room. We so want to fill our home and large backyard with the laughter and wonder of a little one. 

Ronnie and Karah
We started to fall in love while washing dirty dishes together! Since then, we've found romance and contentment just being in each others presence even when doing everyday tasks. That's not to say that we don't have fun and seek out new experiences at every opportunity. We love to go to amusement parks and enjoy living in Florida.
Salvatore and Darcy

We have an empty space in our hearts and plenty of time to share.  We are eagerly anticipating welcoming a third child into our family.  Our son and daughter, who we adopted at birth, are the joys of our life.  Their stories are celebrated with them as it will be with this child.  Helping them explore new things and holding them in our arms to comfort them are among the most precious moments we have.  All of our children will know the love their birthparents have for them.  Our shared wish with you is that this child will know how loved they are and that with great support their dreams will come true.

Marshall and Barbara

We are a happy, enthusiastic and loving couple who believe that family is very important. We have a great desire to share the love we have with a child and know that a child will also bring
joy and indescribable happiness into our lives. We are ready to welcome your child into our lives and we would consider ourselves fortunate and blessed to receive your gift of love.

Jesus and Veronica

God’s greatest gift to a married couple is the blessing of having a child, but when this door is closed, the Lord opens another. The greatest gift you could ever give us and the thing we most desire in our lives is a child to be placed in our arms and in our hearts.

Jason and Theodora

Our story is one about destiny.  Dora grew up in Romania, while Jason’s roots are here in Minnesota.  We first met at college, where Dora worked and Jason was attending classes.  As fate would have it, we fell in love and got engaged within four months.  We have been married since 2001 and are still as madly in love as the day we met.  Through this love, we have learned respect and devotion for one another.

Rodolfo and Delia

We are Rudy and Delia and we met right after graduating from high school aboard a cruise ship bound for the Caribbean Sea. We became friends and shortly thereafter fell in love. We were together for two years, but then separated as we set out on different paths. Delia went on to medical school and became a doctor while Rudy pursued his dream of engineering. As fate would have it, we were reunited 15 years later, established in our careers. We rediscovered a stronger, more mature love and married a year later in 2003.

Phillip and Melissa
Our culture is so important to us.  The Cajun music is incredible and the food isn’t bad either.  I am a florist and have started my own business selling arrangements for all occasions.  Phillip travels occasionally for work.  We also travel for fun and love to see new places every year.  We would love to share these new experiences with a child.  Our faith is important to us; it's our rock.  We attend a local Baptist church and play on the church’s volleyball team.  
Jeffrey and Candace

Speaking of where we met, we are both Christians and met while in Seminary, where Jeff received his Master’s Degree in Divinity. He is now a full-time preacher and pastor. Dawn received her Master’s Degree in Marriage and Family Counseling and Master’s Degree in Christian Education. Since the beginning of our dating relationship, we discussed the desire that we both had to become parents. So, when we committed to one another in marriage in 2004, one of our strongest dreams and desires was to begin a family!

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Adoption Success Stories