|Family Type:||Heterosexual Couple|
|Religion:||Orthodox/Christian - Catholic|
dear expectant mother
We would like to thank you from the bottom of our hearts for taking the time to get to know us. We cannot express enough how much of a blessing it is to be considered to raise your baby. What you are considering for your child takes an incredible amount of courage, and we have the deepest respect for you and your decision. We will always ensure your child knows the sacrifice you made for them.
From very early on in our relationship, we knew we wanted to have a family. We have seen firsthand the positive impact adoption has on a child. Rob was adopted at three months old, and our niece was adopted as an infant; we cannot imagine our family without her. We are extremely excited to expand our family and share all the joys life has to offer. We are very close with our families and cannot wait to share that bond and our love for travel, sports, books, and the outdoors. We will encourage our child to be their own person and support them in whatever path they choose. We look forward to raising him or her to have strong family bonds and to be a good, kind, and caring person.
We are very excited for this opportunity. Words cannot express how much your consideration means to us.
Rob and Christina
We met when Robert (Rob) was stationed at an Air Force Base in Massachusetts and Christina was attending college in Boston. That was almost 14 years ago, and ever since then, we have been by each other’s side, supporting one another through everything. We are both hardworking, fun-loving people who love to travel, hike and spend time with family. Rob is a personnelist in the United State Air Force who enjoys music, working out and playing video games. Christina is manager in a tax department at a public accounting firm and enjoys working out, cooking, and reading. Rob, being active-duty military has taken us all over the world. We have been fortunate enough to see a lot of Europe, much of the United States, Costa Rica, and the Caribbean.
We live in a four-bedroom two-bath house with a large yard adjacent to a farm where horses graze in the pasture. Within walking distance from our home, there is a highly rated elementary school, church, playground, and hiking and biking trails. Our community is full of children who are always outside riding their bikes and playing games. We both grew up enjoying playing outside and cannot wait to share our love for the outdoors with our child.
Our Extended Family
As a child, Rob lived in many places before age 10. His father was in the Navy, and this brought them to the Philippines, Nevada and Hawaii before settling in Nebraska. Rob grew up with his younger brother. As a family, they went to church every Sunday and spent much time with their grandparents, who live in the same town. They would celebrate holidays together by having big family dinners. Many times this included traditional Filippino dishes made by his mother.
Christina grew up in New England with one younger brother and two older sisters. Her family is incredibly close to this day and they spend much time together. We enjoy traveling with Christina’s parents, sisters, brothers, aunts, uncles and cousins and celebrating many holidays together. We now have two nieces and two nephews on Christina’s side ranging in age from 1 to 7 years old and cannot wait for them to meet our child.
We are very fortunate to have adoption in both of our families, so everyone is extremely open and accepting. Rob and his younger brother were adopted at a young age from the Philippines, and Christina’s sister adopted their niece as an infant. Everyone is very excited for us and our adoption journey.
What Led Us To Adoption
We both knew we wanted children from the very beginning. Unfortunately, we had some difficulties with fertility, so biological children are not an option for us. Even before we were aware of our fertility issues, we knew adoption was an avenue we wanted to pursue. Rob was adopted as an infant from the Philippines, and he has always wanted to grow his family through adoption. He is very appreciative of his parents for all the opportunities they gave him and wanted to be able to do the same for someone else. We are very fortunate to have found each other and cannot wait to complete our family and share our love with a child.
|Occupation||Manager of tax department|
|Education||Bachelor of Science|
|Favorite Food||Chicken fingers, lumpia, pasta|
|Favorite Hobby||Running/power walking, traveling, hiking|
|Favorite Movie||The Sound of Music, Top Gun|
|Favorite Sport||Gymnastics, skiing, hiking|
|Favorite TV Show||NCIS, New Girl|
|Favorite Subject in School||Math|
|Favorite Tradition||Easter services|
|Dream Vacation||African safari|
|Favorite Food||Italian, Mexican, Asian|
|Favorite Hobby||Video games, traveling, working out|
|Favorite Movie||All Marvel movies|
|Favorite Sport||Football, basketball, baseball, hiking|
|Favorite TV Show||Sons of Anarchy, The Office, Family Guy|
|Favorite Subject in School||Math|
|Favorite Tradition||Holiday family gatherings|
|Dream Vacation||Anywhere with a beach|
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