LOVING COUPLE—RESTAURANT OWNER AND TRANSLATOR—WITH THE MOST WONDERFUL FAMILY AND FRIENDS
We believe in self-responsibility and awareness of the world, and that a warm, loving environment nurtures a sense of self-worth and compassion for all living things. Having lived in many places and experienced many things, we would love to welcome a child into our lives.
We speak Japanese and English at home and would like to raise our child to be bilingual. Our hope is to give our child an upbringing in the Buddhist tradition to provide a solid foundation to explore the world and life.
Please take a look at our PDF profile. You can download it from the Family Fact section on the left at the very bottom.
Send us an e-mail or call if you think we would be a good fit. We have a wonderful social worker, an attorney who has been doing adoptions for more than 20 years (and has adopted children), and friends and family who are thrilled that we are seeking a child to welcome to our family.
Our preference is an open adoption because we believe that children benefit from knowing all their parents.
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Who We Are
We live in a small town north of Seattle and are looking for a newborn baby to adopt. We live in a Buddhist home, speak Japanese and English and would like to raise our child to be bilingual.
After living in rural, suburban and urban settings, we selected a small town to be our home. With farmland in the back, our house has a large yard for kids to run around in and is a short walk to all the shops, restaurants and activity of the quaint downtown area. There are nearby woods and fields to explore, and we are only a short distance larger towns with urban amenities. We also love being within driving distance of Seattle and Vancouver where we can visit friends and family and participate in big city activities.
We believe in raising children with a strong sense of self-responsibility and respect for other people, and in providing a warm, loving family environment. As an approach for attaining personal growth, instilling compassion and living in harmony with others, Buddhism is a way of living that we embrace.
After many years together, we were finally able to be legally married in 2012, and we would love to bring a child into our family. We have established careers and are financially secure. More importantly, our families, friends and child-loving collie are all eager to welcome a baby.