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Julie & Tony

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Julie & Tony
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Growing our family through adoption

Hi,

We are Julie and Tony and we are stay at home parents to our son who was born June 2, 2017. We are hoping to expand our family through adoption and would love for him to grow up with a sibling close in age. We have always wanted more than one child so that they have each other and can build that special bond that siblings have.

We know you want the best for your child and we promise to provide them with a fun & loving home.


to see more of our family follow us on Instagram
https://www.instagram.com/julie_and_tony/

Feel free to text or email if you have any questions for us.

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Who We Are

We met 3 years ago and knew right away that we wanted to get married and start a family. A miracle happened and I became pregnant but it was a difficult pregnancy and an even more challenging delivery so we can not have anymore biological children. We would love for Parker to have a sibling.

We have 3 small dogs. One is a wiener dog, a Chihuahua and a Boston Terrier. They love Parker and are very sweet with him.

Our home is in the San Francisco Bay on an island. We live very close to the beach and the downtown area is in close walking distance. It's a family oriented town and there's lots of parks and activities for kids. The schools here are really great.

What we like to do:
We love to travel and have been to Hawaii and Mexico and will take our children there. We also go hiking and the Bay Area has lots of trails. We like going to sporting events like Warrior, SF Giants and 49ers games.

We both are very down to earth people who are open to all walks of life.

Tony and I own a business and we are lucky enough to work from home and be stay at home parents.

We are open to any race baby. Tony is half Mexican and I am white.

A funny story before you go.
So my parents came out to visit us a couple weeks ago. The dogs are on a special frozen dog food that's supposed to be really good for them. The dog food is in the shape of little bite size bricks that you have to defrost first in the fridge. Well, I had about 6 of these frozen bite size bricks defrosting in a bowl in the fridge and I walk into the kitchen only to see my dad taking a bite out of one of these defrosting dog bricks! I yell, "Dad! you're eating dog food!" Oh, the look on his face was of pure horror. My brother and I laughed about this for days.

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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.

Sincerely,

Julie & Tony

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