Mark's cousin and I were friends. Mark would come to PA and spend summers with his grandparents. We fell in love, but everyone said we were too young. We went our seperate ways and after 26 years of searching for one another we reconnected. It was like we’d never been apart. After a year we decided to get married. Unfortunately time has worked against us and we are unable to conceive a child.
Children make us happy. Watching them smile, laugh, and just be kids as long as they can.
What matters is being able to have a child of our own to support, nurture, and guide into adulthood. Being able to share our love with a child.
Our home is located on 68 acres. There are 5 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. There is a large dining room area for family gatherings and meals. We have a large deck on the back of the home with a fenced in yard. We have baby gates installed so that little ones can’t get into areas when cooking is being completed. We keep all medications locked in a lock box in the bathroom away from little ones reach. We’ve installed cordless blinds in the nursery, plug guards in all the rooms, and secured the nursery furniture to prevent tipping.
A kind loving man who is a good provider and protector. A man who is not afraid to express his feelings to others or in front of others. Those are great qualities for a father to pass on to his children.
A loving nurturing woman, who is caring and honest. I suppose it was my caring affectionate personality that helped me make my career choice to be a nurse.
My love and compassion will make me a great mother. Children need love, attention, and a sense of security to thrive and grow.