dear expectant mother
As we sit and write this letter, our hearts are filled with excitement and joy. At the same time, we also recognize the range of emotions you must be feeling about this adoption process. We are honored you have chosen to consider us as potential parents for your baby. By making one of the most difficult decisions of your life, please know we will be blessed with the opportunity to build a family. We have so much love to give, and we have longed to start a family since we knew we wanted to spend our lives together.
Over the past year, we decided adoption is the path we want to take to build our family. We cannot wait to welcome a new baby into our lives and to surround them with love, laughter, and the gift of family. We want to teach them new things and love and support them through all of the different stages of their life. We value education and will make sure our child has every opportunity to learn and grow so they can create the life and future they dream of. We will raise them with all of the traditions we hold so dear to our hearts.
Thank you for considering us for the important task of raising your child. You would be giving us a gift beyond measure. We will be forever thankful.
After working together for a few years and never crossing paths, we met at a mutual friend’s dinner party in 2013 and made an instant connection. We got married in 2016 and have enjoyed making a home together. We both have many close friends and love to host events and game nights. We both enjoy working out, hiking, and being outdoors as much as possible. During the winter months, you’ll find us listening to records while we complete jigsaw puzzles. Nathan is an avid woodworker and often creates furniture for family and friends, and Beth loves to cook, creating new dishes and sharing that food with the people she loves.
We live in a three-bedroom traditional New England home in Massachusetts with the ocean across the street and a garden in the backyard. Our neighborhood has several parks and beaches where we enjoy walking, biking, and exploring. We can’t wait to share those places with the newest member of our family. We also have a vacation home in Maine on a lake where we will go swimming, boating, and fishing and enjoy endless campfires and trips to the local ice cream shop when they are old enough. We can’t wait to build a treehouse, play outdoors, and introduce them to all the exciting and beautiful things that nature has to offer.
Our Extended Family
Both of our extended families are so excited we are adopting. We have nieces and nephews who will be able to celebrate and will enjoy playing with their new cousin. The whole family can’t wait to help introduce them to all of our family traditions.
We are the kind of people who get excited about celebrating the different holidays. Our house is that house in the neighborhood that our neighbors love to walk by because we demonstrate our love for the holidays by dressing up our house inside and out! Our neighborhood is flooded with kids on Halloween, and each year we dress up (in costumes we’ve planned for months!) and hand out candy.
Thanksgiving is a favorite holiday where we always get together with the entire family to cook, play games, watch football, and be together (and then immediately begin to decorate the house for Christmas). Each Christmas, we love to decorate our house with thousands of lights and Nathan’s homemade Santa sleigh and reindeer. On Christmas Day, we always make a big breakfast and then stay in our pjs all day and watch holiday movies together.
What Led Us To Adoption
We have seen the positive impact adoption can have on both a child and a family. We’ve seen examples from friends who were adopted as children and those who have adopted children to grow their own families. When we decided to spend our lives together, we dreamed of starting a family. The path to starting our family has been longer than we anticipated, but we have realized adoption is the path to realizing that dream. For us, adoption provides hope and possibility. It gives a child the opportunity to realize the hopes and dreams their birthparents have for them and provides an opportunity for us to start a family and to provide a loving home.
|Occupation||Child welfare consultant|
|Favorite Food||Homemade pasta|
|Favorite Hobby||Cooking, yoga|
|Favorite Movie||Christmas movies|
|Favorite Music Group||Mumford and Sons|
|Favorite TV Show||Anything on HGTV|
|Favorite Subject in School||History, music|
|Favorite Tradition||Summers in Maine|
|Favorite Food||Pizza, blueberries|
|Favorite Hobby||Woodworking, weightlifting|
|Favorite Movie||Star Wars|
|Favorite Sport||Hockey, football|
|Favorite Music Group||Our Lady Peace|
|Favorite TV Show||Seinfeld, The Office|
|Favorite Subject in School||History, math|
|Favorite Tradition||Ski and fishing trips|
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Your Baby With Confidence
As you browse our list of hopeful adoptive parents, you can feel confident in knowing that all of the adoptive families working with Angel Adoption are prepared to offer your baby a safe, stable, and loving environment along with a wealth of opportunities for a happy and fulfilling life.
Each adoptive parent has been thoroughly evaluated through a home study course conducted by a licensed agency. A completed home study means the family is emotionally, physically, and financially ready to adopt a baby.
The home study process includes assessments of each parent’s character, marital stability, financial situation, lifestyle, and medical history. The agency also runs background checks to verify there is no record of criminal activity or child abuse. In addition, a social worker will inspect the family’s home to ensure it is a safe environment for a child.
Furthermore, Angel Adoption requires each family to be educated on adopting and parenting. After a baby has been placed with the adoptive family, a social worker will continue to monitor and supervise the family. We go to great lengths to make sure all the families you have to choose from are going to be excellent parents for your baby!Return to Waiting Families