dear expectant mother
Dear Expectant Mother,
We haven't met you yet but hope to very soon. We would like to first and foremost thank you for considering our family. We want you to know we see you as being very brave and strong to consider adoption for your baby as this is a difficult decision.
We want you to know we will share your selfless story of how you have blessed us with this precious child, if you choose us. You are so courageous to consider helping others build their family. We can’t wait to shower your child with unconditional love from our family, to pass down family traditions, and to tell stories. We promise we will be there for him or her in any activities or interests they may choose, such as sports, dance, music, or clubs. Each and every moment will be treasured. We will raise your child in a faith-based home with both parents showing love, kindness, and compassion. We wish to support any relationship you desire with us and your baby.
We will pray for your strength and courage during this process. We cannot wait to open our hearts and home to you and your baby.
We are Zach and Chelsea, our journey together began eight years ago. We were set up on a blind date and knew at the end of the evening we were meant to be together. After dating for a while and a long engagement, we were married on October 24, 2015. Zach currently works as an order filler/equipment operator. Zach is kind and hardworking. He has a shy nature about him but warms up easily to those around him. Chelsea currently works as an analyst. Chelsea is strong and compassionate. Her feelings for her family and friends run deep. We’re both very loving and are close with our families. Spending time with our family, friends, and furbabies is what gives our lives a sense of joy and happiness. We enjoy going on trips, walking our dogs, going to concerts, and attending sporting events.
Our Home & Pets
We live in a quiet neighborhood in southwest Ohio. The house is a cozy three-bedroom ranch with more than enough room to grow our family. Our neighborhood schedules a community garage sale and a neighborhood BBQ/picnic during the year. Our city is a close community with a lot of mom and pop businesses and has a lot of activities and special events throughout the year. We have two dogs. The oldest is Mya, our Siberian husky, and Max is our Australian shepherd. We treat them like they were our children. They are very active during the day, and at night they love to snuggle.
Our Extended Family
Chelsea is the oldest of three with a sister and brother. Her brother has two young boys, two years and three months. Zach has a younger sister with three children, a five-year-old daughter and twin sister and brother at eight months old. Although we are a small family, what we lack in numbers we make up for in love. We were raised to be close with our extended families, both young and old.
We enjoy our many get-togethers throughout the year, whether it is celebrating special days or just hanging out enjoying each other’s company. We love to have a nice family meal/cookout and play a game or sit outside under the stars. We have been able to do a few family vacations we hope to continue doing with our child.
A tradition we hope to pass down to our children is the time we spend baking and cooking desserts for our families and neighbors. Chelsea’s mom and dad started this tradition when she was very young. We hope to pass this on to their children and instill in them the importance of love and kindness.
What Led Us To Adoption
We always knew we wanted children. Unfortunately our journey to conceive did not go as planned. After five years of infertility treatments, including surgeries, injections, and consultations, the end result was that we still are unable to conceive. Adoption was never out of the question as Chelsea spent time in Guatemala over winter break working at an orphanage and grew to love the children there. Zach has an uncle who was adopted through the foster care system by his grandparents. Watching a family friend go through an international adoption gave us the strength and courage to proceed with an adoption of our own to grow our family.
|Education||BA in criminal justice|
|Favorite Food||Strawberries, pineapple, spaghetti|
|Favorite Hobby||Cooking/baking, reading, horseback riding|
|Favorite Movie||A League of Their Own|
|Favorite Music Group||Journey, Carrie Underwood, Skillet|
|Favorite TV Show||Criminal Minds, Outlander, Friends|
|Favorite Book||Outlander series, A Walk to Remember|
|Favorite Tradition||Holiday cooking/baking & family gatherings|
|Dream Vacation||Ireland, Scotland, Australia, Alaska|
|Occupation||Order filler/equipment operator|
|Favorite Food||Pizza or anything Italian|
|Favorite Hobby||Golfing, movies, cooking|
|Favorite Movie||The Legend of Bagger Vance|
|Favorite Music Group||Blink-182, ELO, Hall & Oates|
|Favorite TV Show||Dateline, Survivor, Game of Thrones, The Office|
|Favorite Book||The Bible, To Kill a Mockingbird|
|Favorite Tradition||Family get-togethers for holidays|
|Dream Vacation||Israel, Scotland, Alaska|
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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.
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