Nickname: Jeff and Amanda

Married Since: 2016

Pets: Yes

Stay at Home Parent: No

Other Adopted Children at Home: Yes

Other Biological Children at Home: No

We can’t begin to imagine the emotions flowing through you at this very moment. Which is why we want you to know that we believe in you and in your decision to love and provide the life you wish for your child. We hold your selfless act of devotion in the highest regard and we promise to always make sure your child knows of your infinite love for them.

Jeffrey and Amanda

from North Carolina

Jeff

Ancestry: German, English, Scottish, Belgian

Religion: Episcopal

Occupation: Executive Director and Faculty

Education: MBA, MA

Hobbies: Gardening, Watching sports and movies, Hiking, Kayaking, Travel and Running

Amanda

Ancestry: German, Polish, Czechoslovakian, Russian

Religion: Episcopal

Occupation: University Program Director

Education: BS, BA

Hobbies: Cooking, Yoga, Reading, Hiking, Travel, Gardening

Baby

Preferred Ethnicity of Baby: All Races / Ethnicities

Preferred Gender of Baby: Either

Religion Child To Be Raised: Episcopal

Favorites

Jeff

Animal
Dolphin
Book
Iliad by Homer
Family Activity
Nature walks
Food
Shepherd's pie
Holiday
New Year's Eve
Movie
Dead Poets' Society
Sport
Futbol (aka soccer)
Early Bird or Night Owl
Both
Music
All kinds
Vacation Spot
Porto, Portugal

Amanda

Animal
Owl
Book
American Gods by Neil Gamin
Family Activity
Nature walks
Food
Soup dumplings
Holiday
Halloween
Movie
Labyrinth
Sport
American football
Early Bird or Night Owl
Neither, I love sleep!
Music
Indie, House and Rock
Vacation Spot
Outer Banks, NC
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From Us to You

“Salud!” Our family starts each day with this Spanish greeting to celebrate and wish for good health. That is how we want to start this new day with you. So, from Amanda, Jeff, and our three-year-old son, Kelby, “Salud!” We wish you good health, peace, and love in your journey.

The three of us can’t begin to imagine the emotions flowing through you at this very moment, and we are beyond honored that you are taking the time to read our profile. We want you to know that we believe in you and in your decision to love and provide the life you desire for your child. We hold your selfless act of devotion in the highest regard, and we promise to always make sure your child knows of your infinite love for them should you choose our family.

We read Kelby a book called “I Wished for You, An Adoption Story.” It’s about two different wishes for love and how they were granted through the birth of a child. The book begins with Barley’s adoptive mama whose quiet wish to have a child grew into an out-loud wish. The second wish was made by Barley’s birth mama who wished for a “family who would love her little one with a total and adoring love.” Then, on the day of Barley’s birth, both wishes were granted. Through the story, Barley learns that although his mamas had different wishes for him, they each wanted him to have all the love in the world. Like this story, we understand that our desire to grow our family begins with you. So, we wish for YOU and the opportunity to surround your child with endless love and adoration.

In 2018 our first wish to grow our family came true when we received the call that our son’s birth parents chose us. In an instant, our hearts were filled with immeasurable love for a baby we had never met. That day enriched our lives forever and we are infinitely grateful for his birth parents. Through their challenging decision, they gifted us our son. Being Kelby’s parents has been and is the most extraordinary blessing.

Growing together as a family over the last three years has shown us that we deeply want to experience the joys of adoption again. More than anything, we want Kelby and our future child to know the pure happiness of being siblings. We know that Kelby will be the best big brother a child could have. His kind, caring and helpful ways tell us that he will be first in line to help feed, soothe, play, and read his “baby” sibling a book.

We understand that the blessing of another child will transform our lives for the better once again. We are thrilled and more than ready to begin that journey. We promise to honor the gift we are given and to make sure that your child knows how they came into this world and into our lives. We will respect you and your decisions about your relationship with your child. We also know that those decisions can change over time.

We can 100% promise you, without any doubt, that your child will grow up in a family who loves them unconditionally with full hearts, will do everything to provide the world for them, and will honor who they are. We will teach them how to respect and protect others, stand up for justice and care for all that inhabit our planet. We will provide your child with adventures locally and globally, and with the opportunity to try everything their heart desires.

And as the day draws to a close, we will come back together for quality family time. We will follow our children’s leads and let them choose what games to play, art to create, shows to watch, or cities to build. After playtime, we will work as a family to prepare dinner, sit together at the table, and share silly stories about our day. We will always finish the night with a great book, tons of snuggles, and the promise to do it all again the next day.

With our deepest sincerity, we wish you the best in life and hope that you have the support you need during this challenging time. If you are willing, we would love to know more about you and invite you to learn more about our family and the love we will provide.

Salud,
Amanda, Jeff and Kelby

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About Us

The moment we saw each other; we fell in love. It was “love at first sight” for both of us. That love has only grown because we desire to make each other happy all the time. As a couple, we enjoy expressing our affection daily in little ways. Whether it is getting each other’s tea at night, opening doors, or giving the other space to unwind, we relish every moment we can show each other how much we care. As parents, that love continues to strengthen because we both are passionate about raising a family that has a positive impact on others, our community, the environment, and society.

We have built our relationship on respect, trust, and excitement for exploring the world together. We always make it a point to listen to each other, understand each other’s perspectives, and maintain equal partnership in our relationship, home, and family life. Our experience raising Kelby has proven that these foundational strengths, not only help our relationship but also help our family thrive and have added to our desire to always do the best we can for each other.

We are the couple who likes to hold hands when we walk unless we can’t because we are carrying our son or walking the dogs. And when each day is done, we make sure to kiss and say, “sweet dreams” and that we love each other. We do this, quite simply, because we do full-heartedly love each other in every way and want to do our best to start and end each day in a positive manner. We cannot wait to welcome your child into our family and continue to build an atmosphere that nurtures growth, health, infinite love, and immeasurable happiness.

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About Amanda

From the very beginning, I knew Amanda was born to be an extraordinary mother. She showed me, even on our first date, that she is the most loving, caring, and selfless human being I have ever been around. That’s why I had to marry her. True to form, the moment we met our son, she proved she is the best mom ever! She pours every ounce of her heart and soul into her family. She will do anything to make sure our son is healthy and happy, and she will go to the same lengths for your child.

It didn’t take long for me to find out that Amanda is incredibly creative, whether through the ways she shows that she loves me or her incredible Halloween decorations, or the intricately delicious meals she loves to prepare! She has gone well beyond what I ever thought possible with our son, like creating games, making sensory play opportunities, and encouraging his artistic side. Your child will get to do everything from art and music to science, sports, and so much more with Amanda’s guidance.

Amanda lends a helping hand to everyone she sees and creates community everywhere she goes. People who meet her get inspired by her great intelligence and her drive. Likewise, she sees the best in everybody she meets. Her care for others shows no bounds. I cannot think of a better characteristic for a mother, a role model, or a mentor. That’s what Amanda will be for your child. But most of all, she will expend every ounce of love and energy to make sure that your child is supported, healthy, and free to enjoy life and experience the countless beautiful things this world offers. I have already seen her do that for our son and for me.

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About Jeff

From the moment I saw Jeff walking across the parking lot to meet for our first date, I was in love. His genuine smile captured my heart immediately and his compassion for others made me fall even more. Jeff loves fully and deeply, and his heart shows no bounds. Family means everything to him. Not just immediate family, but extended family, friends, and our dog family.

I always knew Jeff would make an exceptional father and the moment he held our son it was apparent that Kelby was his world. Being a father has brought out the sweetest side of Jeff I have ever seen. Watching him play trucks, dig in the dirt, kick a soccer ball, run alongside Kelby as he rides his bike, and gently guide Kelby makes my heart melt.

Jeff has always been a remarkable mentor. He encourages people to push harder for their dreams, to not be afraid to try new things, and to always challenge the world they see. I have no doubt that your daughter or son will have a father who inspires them to see the good in all people, to help others, to care for all on our planet, to dream big, and most of all, to believe in themselves.

Besides being a wonderful dad and husband, Jeff has been and always will be a huge sports fan. He is the person who has a jersey for every team he likes and will cheer them on, no matter how bad they are. He has already shared this love with our son. Jeff is certainly going to be the father cheering on his child at every game, recital, play, or event they take part in. I have no doubt that our newest addition will forever be spoiled by his encouraging smile, endless knowledge, and his enormous loving heart.

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Why We are Choosing to Adopt

Love is why we are choosing to adopt again. All three of us want to provide for and welcome another child into our love-filled family. The second we met Kelby our hearts were bursting with the most unexplainable and overwhelming love we have ever felt. Staring into his eyes, feeling his fingers and toes, and watching his face slowly explore the world changed us forever.

Over the past three years, the love we have for our son has grown even deeper and wider than words could ever explain. Kelby has been a true blessing to us and our family. He has inspired us to be the best version of ourselves so that we can help guide him on his journey of independence and discovery. One thing we know for sure is that we desire to create and give more love by welcoming another child into our family.

Coming from larger families, we both cherish the sibling bonds we have and the support they offer throughout life. We would love for Kelby and his brother or sister to experience the closeness and unconditional love that siblings bring. We want them to experience the world as a team, celebrate the wonderful times together, find comfort in each other when times are difficult, and go through life’s uncertainties and wonders side-by-side.

The three of us often discuss the gift of adoption and how special it is for our family. This is why we all wish to adopt again. We want nothing more than to give the gift of family love to another child and hope one day soon Kelby has the honor of calling himself a brother.

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Our Home

Our home is a two-story, four-bedroom house with a large playroom and an open layout. We have a fenced-in yard to provide a safe space for our son and dogs to roam and play. This summer, we look forward to creating our new organic garden and a natural play area with a playset for our son and future child to enjoy and explore.

Our community has over 20 miles of sidewalks for family strolls, a large playground, a water park with two pools – one designed specifically for younger kids, an amphitheater with a fire pit, a clubhouse, and tennis, basketball, and volleyball courts. Our home is in a culturally diverse neighborhood full of children of all ages. When choosing this home two years ago, we specifically looked for a neighborhood that would allow our children to meet and play with many different people and provide a safe environment for them to freely ride their bikes or run to their friends’ houses.

We live near a large lake that is perfect for kayaking, fishing, hiking, and family picnics. We are a ten-minute drive to three major shopping centers and markets, and a short drive to two different cities that offer children’s museums, science centers, theaters, animal conservatories, and various farms, all of which we visit often on the weekends.

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Our Families

Beyond our partnership as a couple, we are lucky to have amazing family and friends who are always ready to support us and celebrate life with us. We both come from larger families who have spread out across the country over the years, giving us tons of vacation options. Although they live a distance from us, we are very close with them all, especially our brothers and sisters. They lovingly share lessons learned about raising a family and building a nurturing atmosphere for siblings to grow together, like our son and your child. Our son is blessed to have dedicated grandparents, many great aunts and great uncles, 17 aunts and uncles, 22 cousins, and many more family members who love him and are excited to welcome your beautiful child into our big family.

Children are raised by dedicated parents AND a loving community. We are extraordinarily lucky to have amazing friends who have supported us throughout our lives and will be there for our entire growing family at the drop of a hat. While they are not considered “family” biologically, they truly are part of ours and will be loving aunts and uncles to your child. We spend as much time as we can with our friends and their families. We often have them over to our house for delicious meals, game nights, or watching movies outside in our yard. As Kelby has grown, we now enjoy weekend meetups with other parents for playdates at parks, museums, hiking, downtown strolls, and more.

We are very blessed to have such loving, caring, and devoted people in our lives and we are excited to make new connections as our family grows.

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Our Sweet Puppies

Our children are a very big part of our family, and we love to include them in all we do. Prior to Kelby joining us, we always referred to our dogs as our children and said that when we were lucky enough to have a baby enter our lives, we would then have a puppy. So, we have affectionately nicknamed Kelby, “Puppy.” With that said, we love our dogs.

Our oldest is Precious. A 16-year-old, 4lb Yorkie who joined our family when Amanda’s mom passed. Precious is still very spunky for her age and appreciates Kelby’s daily food scraps that drop to the floor. Franklin is next in line. We rescued him when he was a puppy, and he is now almost 6-years-old. He’s the cutest Shih Tzu mix, who has a seriously human personality, especially when he relaxes on the couch. Our youngest is Simon, a 4 1/2-year-old mix of all the cuteness in the world, whom we also rescued when he was a puppy. Simon is Kelby’s sitter and friend. There is not a moment when Simon is not watching him or cleaning him with a million kisses.

As a family we love to go for one long walk around the neighborhood each weekend. We also take shorter, and sometimes longer, strolls with Kelby helping to walk the boys. Kelby loves his sister and brothers and enjoys helping to feed them, pet them and play with their toys. It’s not unusual to find Kelby running away from the dogs with one of their toys and the two boys chasing behind him. We are blessed that he gets to grow up with that kind of love and appreciation from his doggie family.

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What We will Teach Your Child

Love. We will always teach our children to love themselves and to love all others, animals, and the planet.

Patience for themselves and for others. As we each develop in unique ways, it is important to teach our children that patience is essential in establishing relationships.

Communication. We both strongly believe that open and honest communication is imperative and also extremely difficult. We are always actively working on our communication skills. When we model effective communication, we teach our son those same skills.

Failure is more than okay. Allowing and learning from failure is a good thing. We believe in the motto, “fail early, fail often, fail forward.” By teaching this to our children, we enable them to try more things and not give up. By teaching them that perfection is an unrealistic goal, and instead that great things can be achieved if you have an open mind, they will go further in life with more confidence and character.

Respect. If we cannot respect ourselves and others, then we cannot work to create an environment where all feel safe and welcome. We will teach our children to respect all people, wildlife, and the environment.

Laughter. You might not be able to teach laughter, but we will certainly teach our children the joy of laughing and being silly, but never at another’s expense.

Dancing. When have you danced and not felt great after? We will teach our children that there is always time for an impromptu dance party.

Education. We will teach our children that education is the key to a fulfilling and successful life. You don’t have to know everything, but being open to learning about everything is very important. The more we learn, the better-informed decisions we can make to live a happier and healthier life.

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On a Typical 3-Day Weekend

When gifted with a longer weekend we may travel to a local beach to play in the sand, ride the Ferris wheel and eat all the ice cream we can. Or we might head in the opposite direction to the mountains for fresh air and nature trails. Since we are surrounded by various beaches and mountain destinations, we have plenty of places to explore as a family. One of our favorite long weekends this past year was visiting Savannah, Georgia, to experience their haunted town. Kelby was especially excited for the nighttime ghost tour.

Life certainly changed over the last two years and shifted our focus from traveling over every long weekend to creating new ways of exploring and playing at home and locally. Since moving in the beginning of the pandemic, we have worked hard to create a home, both inside and out, in which Kelby can play and thrive. We love the quality time long weekends offer our family to relax and play together.

We love spending these weekends watching and playing with Kelby in his sandbox, digging in the dirt with his gardening tools, riding his balance bike, driving one of his electric vehicles throughout the neighborhood, or spending the days swimming and playing at the pool. If we are up for an adventure, we might visit a new hiking trail, or take the short drive to see the big cat conservatory or local farms to mingle around animals. We also love setting up playdates for Kelby and watching him interact with his school friends. One of our favorite local treats is visiting our science center and watching the penguins, sharks and other animals play, or exploring their outdoor adventure park.

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Family Vacations

We love vacations! To us, vacations are about family and exploration. It’s always about coming together, having fun, and experiencing our world. We are lucky to be just a couple hours from the beach and a couple hours from the mountains.

We get to see so much of the country visiting our brothers and sisters who live in seven different states from the east coast to the west coast and from border-to-border. We enjoy going on road trips in an RV as a family with our three little dogs, making a weekend vacation out of enjoying a sports event, visiting a new city, heading to the beach or mountains, and so much more. We both have traveled the globe and are excited to provide worldly experiences for our children.

Vacations for us are about meeting different people and communities throughout the U.S. and around the world. We believe that traveling and experiencing different cultures is very important in a child’s life. We want to raise our children to be open, caring, inclusive, and loving human beings. We have so much to learn from others and we incorporate that value into our exciting vacations. We especially love trying new foods and taking in a sporting event if possible while we travel.

As a family, we enjoy experiencing different natural environments and witnessing wildlife on land, in the water, and in the sky. This might be kayaking, hiking, or playing in the ocean and on the beach. All these experiences make our lives richer, help us feel connected to all people and to our planet, strengthen our family, and help us grow. We have so much fun on every trip we take! Soon we are heading to California for a vacation and are excited to spend time with our family for a wedding and take Kelby to Disneyland for the first time.

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Our Traditions

We firmly believe that the traditions we grew up with helped shape our lives as individuals and provided us with cherished memories to share. Which is why we love carrying on those traditions and making new ones.

One of Amanda’s favorite family traditions is simply coming together for a loved one’s birthday, singing “Happy Birthday” a million times, and blowing out the candles. Growing up, Jeff often spent the days leading to the New Year at a ski lodge with family and friends in Michigan. He has fond memories of skiing, snowboarding, and taking breaks to drink hot apple cider or hot chocolate. We look forward to starting that exact tradition with our son this year.

We also love to celebrate the major holidays. Halloween is Amanda’s favorite, and we go all out with decorations inside and outside. Kelby’s love for Halloween has made it even better as we get to experience the joy of trick-or-treating and dressing up together as a family. He has already instructed us on what we will be this year.

Then there is Christmas, which we both love to celebrate. More importantly, we love hosting our family and spending quality time with them baking cookies, playing games, catching up and cooking fabulous dinners together. A tradition passed on from Amanda’s family is the Christmas Eve gift of matching pajamas and a potential visit from Santa himself. While we love to celebrate all the holidays with favorite foods and decorations, a true tradition for us happens when we come together as a family. That may be for a family barbecue, a wedding, major milestone celebrations, or a weekly face-time call. When you bring a family together, memories and traditions are born.

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Racial and Cultural Diversity

We have always been a family who values and respects peoples’ cultures, ethnicities, identities, religions, and all the other beautiful ways that people define themselves. We prioritize this in our family life, our communities and in our work. Lately, we have come to the realization that it is essential to re-educate ourselves and teach our children about cultural diversity. We truly believe that we always need to do more, learn more, show more and be more so we can celebrate all people for our differences.

Cultural diversity does not end once you learn about it. Life is fluid, things change, people change, and we all must learn to be more respectful of others’ lives and choices. We must fight for those who are treated unfairly and teach our children to fight against discrimination and racism and to fight for the rights of all humans, not just those who resemble or relate to them.

Everyone deserves the tools and means to better their lives. Everyone deserves to feel appreciated, loved and valued. We will raise our children, your child, to always support, help, and advocate for others, and to see the differences in people and cherish them. We will help our children discover their ability to listen to, hear and learn from different perspectives, and to find common ground when needed. We want our children to have respect for all people, no matter their race, identity, religion, personal beliefs, or any other self-identifying characteristics. Love is love, no matter what.

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Our Hobbies

In addition to loving Kelby and our three dogs, we each have hobbies we enjoy doing alone and others we have formed together. Some of Amanda’s favorite hobbies are cooking, baking, and reading cookbooks. She finds it incredibly relaxing and loves finding something unique and fun to create for others to enjoy. She also enjoys reading mystery, fantasy, crime, and memoirs and will devour a good book on a weekend, and always at the beach. Amanda also loves to practice yoga and completed her teacher training in 2017 so that she can share that passion with others.

Jeff loves playing with Kelby and the dogs, sports, attending games, learning about cultural connections to sport, and watching sports. When he can find time, he likes to run to build energy. He enjoys filmmaking, working in the yard, grilling, dreaming up and planning trips, learning about other cultures and places, and watching documentaries. Jeff enjoys working with children of all ages to empower them, to help them unleash their creativity and to help them find the opportunities everyone deserves.

As a couple, we have enjoyed growing our own organic vegetable gardens and connecting what we grow to our cooking and grilling. We love everything it provides us, from the time we spend together building, maintaining, and picking our food to working as a team to plan what we will grow throughout the year. We also love playing board games together, watching movies, and exploring new places. We look forward to teaching our children about our hobbies and developing new family hobbies.

 

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What Kind of Parents We Are

Before we were married, we discussed what we thought were key elements needed for raising healthy and respectful children. Fast forward years later and many of our thoughts still hold true. The most important aspect, we believed then and still do, is that we parent with each other and for each other. We don’t have designated responsibilities. We share equally in everything, in celebrating all the amazing moments and in tackling all the inherent challenges. Another important characteristic of our parenting style is that we like to provide our son with a “yes” house and not a “don’t touch” house, while keeping him safe. That way, our son is free to learn and play independently, while knowing that Mommy and Daddy will be there to help if he needs it.

At three years old, Kelby enjoys helping around the home. He loves to assist us in preparing meals and baking treats, unfolding laundry, vacuuming, sweeping dirt around the house and cleaning up his spills. To us, Kelby is much more than a toddler, he is an integral part of our family life and values. We want him to succeed both in the home and outside of it. Since we spend a ton of time outdoors. We allow our son the time and space to experience his surroundings and learn from nature.

We adore Kelby with all our hearts, so we lovingly create environments for him to safely explore and learn. We also make arrangements for him to try new sports and group activities such as gymnastics, soccer, and BMX racing. We are both excited for him to try a swim class this year and, when he turns four, to try tee-ball.

We are very excited to welcome another child into our home and look forward to creating new environments for two adventurous children to play in together.

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Our Lifestyle

Each day we wake up and get started together. Our son often clinks our coffee mugs with his milk cup, and we say “salud,” Spanish for “health.” We like to begin each day with a positive outlook. We lead a healthy and active lifestyle that is always centered around family time and having fun.

First off, we love to be outside as much as possible. On weekdays, after work and school, we enjoy watching Kelby play with his friends out front or dig in the dirt with his trucks in the backyard. When not at home, we can be found watching Kelby at gymnastics, soccer, or riding his balance bike at the BMX track. On the weekends we love waking up and heading to our favorite donut shop and planning our weekend. Typically, we do one big adventure, such as visiting our favorite animal farm, children’s museum, science center, or a day trip for something new to explore. We fill the rest of our weekend with home chores, playing at the park or pool, walking the dogs, hiking trails, and enjoying our backyard. We especially enjoy going to sporting events and love sharing those experiences with our son.

The three of us love going to local family-owned restaurants, trying different cuisines, and supporting the farms that grow our food. At three, Kelby has a great understanding of where his food comes from and how it’s made. At home, Amanda leads us in the kitchen as we cook dinner together. She is truly an amazing cook who loves creating tasty meals and treats from scratch. Jeff tries to understand where our ingredients come from, the people they represent, and the stories they tell. We try to choose food that represents a positive impact on people, wildlife, and the environment.

We also love supporting our community. We volunteer to help provide opportunities for underserved children and with programs aimed at alleviating food insecurity. Our passions for helping others and our sense of purpose in how we do that play a role in most aspects of our lifestyle. Overall, we are a family that likes to be silly, have a good time, and make even the simplest things into a big adventure.

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Our Relationship with Kelby's Birth Mother

Currently we have a semi-open relationship with Kelby’s birth mother. When we were blessed with Kelby, it was a quick, whirlwind experience. We went from an extremely happy couple to a wonderfully joyous family of three within a few hours of a phone call. We were told that Kelby’s birth mother had a beautiful baby boy the day prior, and she decided that adoption was the right choice for her and her son. When we met her at the hospital she told us that she instantly knew, when she saw our profile, we would be the best parents to raise her perfect baby and that upon meeting us she was ecstatic with her decision.

Since our initial adoption experience was much shorter than anticipated, we did not go into our adoption with a clear plan of how his birth mother and father would remain in his life. We instead left it open for his birth parents to decide. Currently, we text his birth mother with updates about milestones and sweet moments we’ve had together and send plenty of photos. There are times we receive messages back and other times when we do not. We understand that there may be moments when it is easier for his birth mother to respond and times when it might be difficult. We will always honor her decision and, if she does not ask us to stop, we will continue to share the sweet moments of Kelby’s life with her.

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Our Promise to You

We promise to love your child unconditionally. We promise to provide them with an enriching environment full of wonder and adventure, where they feel safe to explore and learn. We promise to hold your daughter or son in our hearts and minds every second of every day, in our arms as much as she or he allows us to, and we promise that our love will be boundless and unconditional.

We promise that we will provide your daughter or son with the best possible life that we can give them. We promise that the way we became a family will be a cherished and treasured blessing that we will share with your child. We promise that our son Kelby will love your child and be the best big brother he can be.

We promise, if you wish it, to keep communication open so that you have the opportunity to see your child grow and develop. We promise to respect your decisions about how you wish to be a part of your child’s life. Above all, we promise to give your child all the love, hugs, kisses, encouragement, patience, respect, laughs, dancing, and fun family adventures as humanly possible.

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