Adoption Successes

Kurt and Cecily
You are a brave and loving woman for offering this human being life and a chance to grow up in our home where we believe we have so much to offer this little one.
Edward and Alexsandra
First smile, first words, first steps—our lives will never be the same thanks to your bravery and selfless decision to give life to your child. We are inspired by your courage and strength of character. We can’t pretend to know the difficulty of your decision or the range of emotions that must accompany it, but it’s an act of profound love, and we deeply admire you for it.
Clarence and Patricia

We are Clarence and Tricia, and we have been married since January of 2000. We truly are best friends who look forward to growing old together. We have five beautiful, adopted children and they are the center of our life. In 2002 we adopted our four oldest children from the foster care system. Sarah, Rebecca, Hannah and William are biological siblings who are now ages 12, 11, 10, and 9. We had planned to adopt a baby, but when we saw our children we fell in love with them and knew that God had a different plan for us at that time. They have brought so much joy into our home and hearts. We enjoyed being parents so much that we wanted more children, and once again God blessed us. Last year we adopted a newborn through ANLC and she brings even more light into all of our lives. Ruth is now over one year old and would love to have a sibling close to her age. The four oldest children did not get to experience a happy young childhood, and because of that they are so loving and protective of their little sister. They would be great big sisters and brother to your baby, too!

 

Jens and Katja
We believe that the decision to share your baby with another family must be one of the hardest decisions you have yet had to make in your life. We deeply respect your concerns and want to encourage you in this step since we are prepared and absolutely willing to give your child all the support and love he or she will need in order to have a secure and fulfilled life.
Brian and Heidi
We would like to thank you for reading our letter. We admire your courage and our hearts are filled with love and respect for the decision you have made to bless your child with the gift of life and loving parents. Being parents and having a loving family has been our lifelong dream. We promise to love your child unconditionally and help him or her to explore all of his or her talents and dreams. We know that your decision to place your child for adoption has been one of the hardest decisions you’ve ever had to make. We hope you will find comfort in your heart, and our letter will give you a better understanding of our commitment to you and your child.
Juan and Gabriela
We believe in fate and knew that our paths would meet one day. You are our angel. The gift you are giving your child of unconditional love and a future full of opportunities is also a cherished gift to us. For this we will be forever grateful and hold you in our hearts everyday of our lives. We would be blessed to raise your child.
Mark and Laura

We often daydream of what life will be like when our new daughter comes home.  Our little princess reigns over the jungle gym in the back yard before getting ready for gymnastics or dance classes.  Summers devoted to swim lessons at the community pool a few blocks away and family bike rides to get breakfast on the weekends.  We cannot wait to curl up in the hammock for story time.  Hours spent playing in a cheery nursery full of soft, cuddly bears and fun toys, decorated with brightly colored butterflies. Your selflessness could help make our dream come true, and we cannot thank you enough for considering placing your child with us.

Kenneth and Erin
We would first like to reiterate how lucky we are to have this opportunity. You are a courageous woman for choosing this path. We respect your decision and will always honor you. There is nothing in the world that we want more than to love, protect, cherish, and dedicate the rest of our lives to a child. 
David and Natalie
It is with enormous respect and gratitude that we sit down to write this letter to you.
Angel and Ashley
You are an angel sent to us from heaven. We don’t know you yet but if you are reading this letter hopefully a higher power has finally intervened and listened to our prayers. We realize this is a difficult choice for you and one that can only come with great courage. 
Mark and Letitia
Thank you for taking the time to get to know us. We understand you have a difficult choice to make and that your decision will greatly affect you and the precious baby's life you carry. Words can’t even start to describe how we feel about welcoming a child into our house, starting a family, and becoming parents.
Sammy and Lesley

Thank you for taking the time to read our letter. It is difficult for us to express in words our deepest appreciation for the strength, self-sacrifice and generosity you are demonstrating through your loving act of adoption. Your thoughtful decision will enrich and bless our lives. We welcome the opportunity to provide a loving, nurturing, and happy home for your child. We are truly thankful and excited to be new parents.

David and Dana
When we first learned that we would be writing a birthmother letter, we thought that it sounded like a relatively easy task. After all, our hearts are filled with reasons why we would love to adopt a child. But, as we actually sit here and attempt to write this letter, we have to admit that it’s a bit overwhelming. Will we be able to describe the fun loving couple and family we are? Will we say that one little thing that will peak your interest or actually lead you to pick us? This is our one big shot and we are as nervous as you are! 
Kenneth and Stephanie
Our first thought as we write this letter is how grateful we are to you and women like you who consider adoption for their babies. We know it can be a difficult and challenging road but your thoughtfulness and sacrifice will truly bless your baby, his or her adoptive parents and more people than you can imagine. We are able to say this with confidence because we have experienced the benefits of adoption first-hand. In 2006, we were blessed by a loving birthmother who selected us to be the adoptive parents of our son James. Her caring heart, bravery and determination to give her baby a good life left us deeply humbled and forever grateful to her for making our dream of becoming parents a reality.
Lucky and Janel
“Every child born into the world is a new thought of God, an ever-fresh and radiant possibility.” This quote by Kate Douglas Wiggin conveys our sentiments so well. We adopted our son, Mateo in August of 2006. We have learned so much about loving our own child and showing this world to young, curious eyes. Lucky and I have grown closer since Mateo has entered our lives. We are so excited about expanding our family and joy with the adoption of a baby girl.
Richard and Teresa
Like most young couples, we got married and have always pictured living the American dream - a family complete with children. We are eager to fill our house with the sounds of a child’s laughter and the pitter-patter of his/her little feet. You are capable of giving us the gift of a family, something that we are unable to accomplish on our own. I know that God can bring us together in what is to be a miracle. Rick and I have so much love to share. We promise to love your child every minute of every day.
Todd and Kelly
We are writing to you on Thanksgiving Day. Although we can’t find the words to express how thankful we are for you, we hope that in some way our words bring you comfort in your decision.
Robert and Nancy
Once upon a time there was a handsome, successful business man who wanted to meet a lovely and intelligent woman. This man’s dream came true and he now has a wife and daughter but their story is far from over, and a new dream has emerged. We hope you’ll read this love story to learn more and to see if this is the right family to fulfill your dreams for your unborn child. 
Matthew and Tamera

While we can only begin to understand the difficult path you are walking, we recognize and admire your strength and courage. You are showing such selfless love by considering this difficult choice and we sincerely thank you for reading our letter.

Joseph and Shannon
In all of the choices that we make in our lives, the one you are about to make will be one of the most difficult. However, you must keep in mind that you are already blessed for making the decision to put the life of a child ahead of your own. We are so proud that you are choosing to face the many emotions that you are experiencing while thinking about the future. We all have many things to be thankful for, but we are thankful for you, and for your selflessness. And, we are very grateful for the consideration that you are giving us.
Robert and Rhonda
We’re Bob and Rhonda. We met three years ago through mutual friends and we began dating. It didn’t take long for us to realize that “This is it”! One year after we met, Bob proposed while we were on a hot air balloon ride, and five months later, we were married in a small ceremony on a beach on the Hawaiian island of Kauai. We knew we wanted to start our family right away. After a tough year that brought us even closer together, we found that we were not going to be able to have a child of our own. During that year, we often talked about adoption. We whole-heartedly believe that adoption is the journey we are meant to take to complete our family.
Christian and Krista

Serendipity - the effect by which one accidentally discovers something fortunate, especially while looking for something else entirely; good luck in making unexpected and fortunate discoveries. This single word best describes many meaningful events in both of our lives that not only have brought us together but also will continue to connect our hearts to one another throughout life.

Ryan and Anna
We would first like to thank you for taking the time to read our letter. We want you to know our beliefs are based on our favorite verse: “Love is patient, love is kind, it is not jealous; love does not brag and is not arrogant, does not act unbecomingly; it does not seek its own, is not provoked, does not take into account a wrong suffered, does not rejoice in unrighteousness, but rejoices in the truth; bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things. Love never fails.”
Sean and Julianne
We have prayed for answers and have found ourselves given this wonderful opportunity to be brought together with you and the miracle of life. It is truly a difficult and selfless choice by you, which will greatly impact our lives and bless us by making our dream of parenthood finally come true.
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Adoption Success Stories