admire your strength and courage as you begin your journey of selecting an
adoptive family for your child. Because of you, our dream to raise and love a
child together starts to become an amazing reality. We would be blessed and
honored to be a part of your journey if you select us to be the adoptive
parents of your beautiful child.
was adopted at birth and Sara’s mom is a birth mother so we are aware of the
feelings and emotions associated with adoption. We are automatically sensitive
to this in our daily lives. We know that your choice is not an easy one, but we
know that your love for your child will always be there.
are both very family oriented. Spending time with our nieces and nephews has
been one of our great joys! We feel comfortable adopting outside of our own
ethnicity because of all the time we spend with our bi-racial family. It seems
natural to us to adopt a bi-racial or African American baby. We look forward to taking your
baby on all kinds of adventures, both in the mountains and in the city. We live
in a state where there is so much to do. We
always make holidays special with a lot of cousins, aunts, uncles, and
grandparents around, and we can’t wait for them to meet the new addition to the
family. We are looking forward to toothless grins, sleepless nights, cuddles,
dirty diapers, and all the firsts a baby will have as they grow into the
wonderful person they are meant to be.
believe everything happens for a reason. Today our paths have crossed and we
hope that if you choose us you will find peace in knowing that your child would
be welcomed and loved unconditionally in our home and that we will always put
your child’s needs and wants first. Their life would be filled with laughter,
hugs, adventure, travels, family, friends, and always the reminder of your
want to share our passion for family, friends, life and the knowledge that
anything is possible with love, support and determination. This journey of
yours will always be met with our love and our support. We hope to be the
greatest gift you ever give to your baby.
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 Landers