dear expectant mother
We first want to express how much we admire your courage for considering this path. We know it is the most difficult thing you have probably ever had to consider, and we can’t imagine what tremendous strength that takes. We are deeply humbled that you would take the time to consider us as adoptive parents.
Although we have never met you, we have prayed for you for a long time. God has held us through hard times as a couple, and we pray He will give you peace and strength through your journey as you decide what’s best for you and your family. We hope you are able to feel at peace with the decision you make, knowing that should you choose us, your child would live in the most supportive, stable, loving, and joy-filled home.
We have so much love to give and only wish for the opportunity to express that fully. More than anything, we want you to know we will love this baby unconditionally and nurture them to grow up to be the best person they can be. We hope through these pages you can see the love we have for each other and how much love and support we would bring to a future child. Thank you for taking a peek inside our lives.
Our names are Dayton and Cassi! Dayton is caring, hardworking, and dependable. Cassi is nurturing, passionate, and reliable. We were connected through mutual friends in March of 2016, and the moment we saw each other, we both knew it was something special. After six months of dating, we got engaged! Six months later, we were married. Dayton is in the National Guard as a jet engine mechanic. Cassi works at an eye doctor’s office as an optician, selling eyeglasses. We both are very fortunate to work within a five-mile radius of our home. In our free time, we enjoy taking weekend getaways and exploring. We also love going fishing, spending time with our families, going to museums, and trying new restaurants. We’re also content staying home with a good movie and homemade popcorn. We make it a priority to cook together every night.
Our Home & Pets
We bought our first home in December of 2020. Since we decided on adopting before we got married, we chose this home with future children in mind. We live in a modest one-story home with a finished basement and a huge backyard perfect for running around and playing. Our neighborhood is full of kids who are always outside playing or petting the neighborhood cats. Both our families live within a 30-minute drive. We’re less than 10 miles from the river and downtown and are surrounded by many parks and playgrounds. We have three indoor cats. Two of them we saved from poor living conditions and adopted the other. They are all very active and playful but also very sweet and loving.
Our Extended Family
Cassi comes from a large family! She has two sisters with five kids between them: three nephews and two nieces. Cassi also has a huge extended family that lives all over the country. Whenever we travel, there’s typically family close by to stop in and visit while we’re there.
Dayton has one brother, who will be getting married in September. Most of Dayton’s extended family live within 30 minutes of our home, so we get to see them often! We cherish having quality time with our family. It’s a big part of why we chose to live where we do.
We both grew up in faith-based, family-oriented homes. Both of our families are incredibly thrilled for us to adopt. Our nieces and nephews are over-the-moon excited for someone else to play with. We celebrate every major holiday with both extended families by getting together, bringing food, playing games, and doing festive activities. We love to build gingerbread houses in the winter. For Thanksgiving, we have a cheesecake baking contest that gets pretty competitive. Fireworks are a must on Independence Day, as are grilling and outdoor games.
What Led Us To Adoption
From the beginning, we had always talked about and planned on adopting to grow our family. Due to fertility complications, we are starting the process earlier than expected. We realized this has always been God’s plan for us, and we couldn’t be more excited. Through the process of adoption, we will be given the opportunity to raise a child and show them all of the love and support we have to give. We both know the value of the special bond and love siblings share, and we hope to make a positive impact in more lives through adoption.
|Education||Bachelor degree - Behavioral Science|
|Favorite Movie||Mary Poppins, Aladdin, Harry Potter|
|Favorite Sport||Baseball, hockey, dance|
|Favorite Music Group||Volbeat, Daughtry, Marshmello|
|Favorite TV Show||Dancing with the Stars, Friends|
|Favorite Book||Girl, Wash your Face|
|Favorite Tradition||Christmas lights with milkshakes|
|Dream Vacation||Switzerland, Germany, Greece|
|Occupation||Jet Engine Mechanic|
|Education||Bachelor degree - Mechanical Engineering Technology|
|Favorite Hobby||Fishing, being outdoors|
|Favorite Movie||Pirates of the Caribbean|
|Favorite Sport||Baseball, hockey, tennis|
|Favorite Music Group||Paramore, Volbeat|
|Favorite TV Show||Lost, Avatar: the Last Airbender|
|Favorite Book||Seal Team Six|
|Favorite Tradition||Board game nights|
|Dream Vacation||Germany, Switzerland|
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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.
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