Adoptive Family Adam and Megan
Thank you, from the bottom of our hearts, for even considering us to parent your child. We understand what a difficult and immensely important choice this is, and we know you are probably worried and anxious to make this decision. Even though we have never met, we want you to know that we have been praying for you. It has been our prayer that God would bless our birth parents, wherever they are, and comfort them when the choice arises as to who will parent their child.

To even imagine the opportunity to become parents brings tears to our eyes. This is something we have dreamed about for so long. When we were dating, we both saw qualities in each other that we knew would make an amazing parent one day. After we were married, we battled infertility for over three years. It was a long, lonely, frustrating, and often painful journey. But when our last treatment failed, it became clear to us that God had a very special path He wanted us to walk - adoption. The sadness of our infertility has turned into excitement for what is to come through our adoption. Our favorite saying lately is "the best is yet to come." We know that adoption will complete our family. We are constantly praying for that day to come, and we pray that you are the one to make our dreams a reality.

We will love your baby more than words could possibly express. Not a single day will go by where we won't think about the irreplaceable gift we were given when we were chosen as adoptive parents, and not a single day will go by in which our child won't be reminded of how loved he or she is. Not just by us - but by you as well. We look forward to watching our child grow, celebrating milestones, and seeing them become their own unique person - whoever that may be. We aren't the only ones looking forward to being parents - our families are so anxiously awaiting the arrival of our child. Your baby will be raised surrounded by more love than we can describe. We look forward to sharing in family traditions, going to Grandma and Grandpa's house for dinner, playing with cousins, celebrating holidays together, and making priceless memories.

We both work within 30 minutes of our home, but Megan plans on staying home once we are parents. She has waited her whole life to be a mother, and she wants to soak up every minute with her child. She has friends who stay home with their children as well, and she can't wait to have play dates with them and watch them grow up together. We also live very close to parks, swimming pools, a pond, and many walking trails. We look forward to the day when we can teach our kids how to swim, push them in a swing at the park, read to them before bed time, ride bikes with them, and just spend as much time with them as we can.

If you are considering us to parent your child, we would love to get to know you more. We are open to speaking on the phone in order to do so. In the long run, if you feel we are a good fit, we are willing to provide pictures from milestones in their life via mail, email, or whatever means you are most comfortable with. We are also open to the possibility of occasional phone calls and visits. We don't want our child to ever have to wonder who their birth parents are, so we will be sure they know who you are, what their birth story was, and how much you love them. We know that without you, we would not have the opportunity to be parents. And that is something we can't even begin to thank you for. Thank you for visiting our profile, and thank you for considering us. We hope to talk to you soon.


Adam and Megan

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