We are a family of three living in North Georgia eager to hear from you and answer any questions you may have.
Thanks so much for taking a few minutes to look at our photos and hopefully getting to know a little more about us. We’re a family of 3 living in North Georgia and eager to hear from you and answer any questions you may have.
We have a great, big family as Jason comes from a family of five siblings, and both of our parents live close by, so our children will always have lots of grandparents, aunts, uncles and cousins to play with and love them well. Both of us have siblings that have children through adoption, and we are so grateful to have loving, supportive families as we grow our family through adoption as well.
Being parents of a precious boy, we can imagine the weighty decisions that lay before you. Please know our hearts are full of respect, honor, and prayer as you make those decisions.
We plan to post regularly, so we hope you’ll get a better sense of who we are and what’s important to us as you contemplate a future for your child.
Beautiful day to visit a creamery - and the ice cream is amazing!
These boys love baseball
Summer time shenanigans
Just a little strawberry picking - they were so sweet!
Hats for our Indiana Jones movie night
Who We Are
We first met in 2007 when Jason was the director of a summer camp, through a mutual friend that worked for him (secretly trying to set us up). We reconnected several years later through the same friends at a summer pool party. Now, after 3 years of marriage, Jason finishing law school, Gina transitioning to stay-at-home mom, and a cross-state move, we’re excited to grow our family.
Our son is 8 years old and attends a school across the street from our home where he’s finishing second grade and looking forward to our summer beach trip. He’s a happy-go-lucky kid, loves baseball, music, all things superhero, and Friday family movie night is his favorite.
Jason was a full-time youth pastor immediately out of college for nearly 11 years. He went back to law school and now works as a staff attorney in Georgia’s court system. Gina worked as a legal assistant at a private firm for over ten years but now is really enjoying being able to walk our son home from school every day.
We love being together just the three of us and our crazy dog, Reep, but also spend a lot of weekends with our families exploring the mountains here in North Georgia and all of the great parks in this area. We’ve gotten in some great camping trips the last few years with some pretty hilarious memories.
We have a great church we attend about a mile from our home where Gina has gotten the opportunity to work in the children’s program and Jason teaches a Sunday School class. Becoming a part of our small-town has been a fun experience as we see familiar faces most places we go and town events, whether a concert or an art festival, seem to bring a great crowd.
Our dog, Reepacheep, “Reep” for short, is named after our son’s favorite character in the books Chronicles of Narnia. He has been an adventure since the day we got him from the humane society! After being away from us for a week, he has stuck to us like glue everywhere we go. Our son would like to tell a little about our beloved, crazy dog:
“My dog is silly, fun and hysterical. He chases me when I run. He is very cute. My dog chases his tail, and he walks to school with me.”
“Affirming words from Moms and Dads are like light switches. Speak a word of affirmation at the right moment in a child’s life, and it’s like lighting up a whole room full of possibilities”
A mom of many children once told me that there should always be triple the amount of encouragement and uplifting as correcting and it speaks life into your children. We see that so much in our son. One of our prayers is that we always speak life and encouragement into our children.
Thank You for Visiting Our Adoption Profile
We want to thank you for considering us as adoptive parents for your child.
We truly appreciate your kindness and strength and look forward to hearing from you.