We are humbled by the selfless attitude you have and the sacrificial decision you are making on behalf of your child. What love you have for your precious sweet one! We are SO excited to share our lives with your child and provide a nurturing and happy home! Your courage and love for your child has given us hope to have a family. The decisions you are about to make will likely be the hardest you will encounter in your entire life. We want you to know that we are sincerely praying for you. May God bless you and whomever you choose. Our hope is that you can get a little look at what our family is like, what we stand for, and what we love to do. We so look forward to meeting you.
At Carrie's Parents' 50th wedding anniversary party
St. Pattys Day
Who We Are
We met online in 2011 and we dated for two years before we were married in Bermuda. We are so blessed as a couple; our only regret is we wish we had met ten years sooner. Our biggest struggle we faced in our marriage was not being able to have a child. Through this pain, our unfulfilled plans have made us grow closer and develop a deeper appreciation for family.
We enjoy cooking a variety of foods, from layered salads to juicy steaks on the grill. During our weekends, we enjoy spending time on our boat with our chocolate lab, Riley. After church on Sundays, we go to our local farmer's market for fresh fruits and vegetables. We never rule out any new adventure that may come our way.
It’s our family tradition during the winter holidays to travel to the Midwest to visit Jamey’s family. We stay at his childhood home and ask his parents their secret to their 50 years of marriage. Throughout our stay Jamey’s brothers come with their growing families, four nieces and nephews. We play traditional board games, silly holiday games, build snowmen, drink hot cocoa and go sledding when we are not snuggling up around a warm fireplace.
For the spring holidays we go to Carrie’s parent’s beach house and enjoy the company of her two brothers, her sister and their growing families. During summer breaks we visit Carrie’s brothers’ children in New England or her sister’s daughters in the Deep South.
We both come from religious backgrounds. Carrie grew up Catholic and Jamey grew up Baptist. We believe that God has a plan for us and that adoption is part of it. We would want to raise our child with a background and foundation in the church. We both have fond memories of going to church with our families. Being able to reminisce brings a smile to our faces and contentment in our hearts.
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.