Who We Are
We will forever be thankful for our mutual friends that put our paths together. We met in 2011. Ironically, we grew up less than 5 miles from one another, in the bayou country, but went to different schools. Surprisingly after 2 years of dating, Daniel proposed. He proposed on a beautiful summer night, underneath the stars. The proposal was perfect (with the exception of those thirsty Louisiana mosquitoes)! We were engaged for 2 years, while Alexa finished nursing school, and we were married on June 5, 2015. As a couple, our love and faith have only grown stronger through the years. Our hearts yearn for children to love and care for. Through much prayer, we feel that adoption is the path God has planned for us. We have always desired pursuing adoption, especially since Daniel's father was adopted as a newborn.
We got married, on a beautiful summer day at our small-town church. A special addition to our day was having not only 1 but 2 priests from our church community who were able to watch our relationship blossom from the beginning and then marry us. Throughout our relationship, we have experienced many milestones together, but the one we look forward to the most is becoming parents!
Thanks again for taking the time to get to know just a little bit about us! We have so much more to say, but this could go on forever! We understand that we may not be the first or the last profile that you look through, but we wish you well in whatever decision you feel is best for you and your child. We know this is a tough decision and pray that God strengthens and enlightens you (because he will). Choosing LIFE alone just shows that there are heaven sent angels out there for people, like us, who are ready to start our family. We absolutely cannot contain the excitement we have for the phone call that we are matched, and if you are our Angel we can’t wait to meet you! God Bless!
We LOVE the holidays, especially the ones where we can gather with our family and friends! Every year, we are fortunate to celebrate the holidays with both sides of the family. We especially like Thanksgiving, Christmas and Easter when our family members from out of town can make it in to celebrate. Mardi Gras is a reason for many gatherings in the Spring. We enjoy the parades and often try to bring my younger sister to them when that time of the year rolls around. Our extended families are getting larger with each year that passes. Even though we may not live far from one another, we don’t get to see each other as often as we like, which makes the holidays so important.
We have many family traditions, that range from family gatherings for birthday celebrations and family vacations during the summertime. We enjoy crawfish/crab boils, holiday gatherings, etc. These functions are always lots of fun. We are a very close-knit family who cherishes our traditions. We plan to continue sharing these with generations to come.