Dear Expectant Mother,
Hello, and thank you so much for taking the time to read
this letter from me.
I cannot imagine what you’re going through or how you must
be feeling right now with making such an important decision for you and your baby,
reading letters from strangers, looking for a connection or the right person to
unconditionally love and raise your child.
For as long as I can remember, I’ve always wanted to be a
mother. I’ve never been attached to how it happened; I just knew I was meant to
raise children and be a mom. I’ve been around children my whole life through
being a nanny, family members, and close friends. I can’t imagine my life without
children of my own. I’ve thought about having them on my own, but there are so
many children that need a loving home, and I know I can and will provide that.
It would be my honor to help support you through this time. Should
you choose me for the ultimate privilege of loving and raising your child, I
promise you I will love them unconditionally, care for them, and be best the
best mother (and father) possible to your baby. He or she will be cherished,
given every opportunity imaginable, be loved beyond measure, and supported to
be whomever and whatever they aspire to be.
Your child will grow up exploring and enjoying the amazing
beaches and mountains of southern California. We’ll go on family vacations with
aunts, uncles and cousins, read stories, learn about our history, play games,
go to the neighborhood parks, play with and chase the dogs, make new friends,
and enjoy being a kid. I’ll teach them right from wrong, empathy, how to make
good choices, how to have fun, be independent, and how to love with all of
It’s also my promise that your child will know you, and will
know your incredible strength and unconditional love for him or her. It’s so
important to me that our future child has the chance to have a relationship
with and know about their birth family – should you want that too. The more
love the better.
I read this quote regarding adoption that I wanted to share
in my letter to you:
“A child born to another woman calls me Mommy. The magnitude
of that tragedy and the depth of that privilege is not lost on me.” –Jody
It truly would be the ultimate privilege of my life to
become an adoptive mother to your child.
Thank you again, and much love to you.