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Brian and Nat

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Brian and Nat
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Nat and Brian Hoping to Adopt

Hi expectant parent(s),

We appreciate you taking the time to learn more about our little family. We are an adventurous, quirky couple who want to grow our family through adoption. We can't imagine how difficult your decision is right now. Know that we will always teach our kids that their birth parent's decision was the most selfless, courageous, and loving they could possibly make for them. We look forward to connecting with you and sharing this journey together.

Please feel free to contact us anytime.


Nat: (248) 778-5371 or nasultze@gmail.com

Brian: (612) 990-8973 or bamoore7855@gmail.com

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Who We Are

Just five short years ago, we met through a mutual friend of ours who decided that we were both too quirky not to meet. After accidentally "friend-zoning" each other for a little under a year, we both finally came to the realization that our mutual enthusiasm for life would make us a great team. We dated for 2 years and then on 1-7-17 were married. On any given day, you can catch us belting out our favorite tunes, dancing around the kitchen, or playing with our three fur babies: Cooper, Pippa, and Bennie.

Cooper is sensitive and smart. He has been in our family since he was about 10 weeks old. He came to us through a puppy rescue center near us—Brian knew he was our dog when he was able to teach him to sit and lay down within 10 minutes of meeting him. He is a 60 lbs. lap dog, who loves to take naps and play tug of war. He is such a snuggler and is immediately your best friend once you give him a treat or rub his belly. Pippa lives up to her breed of blue heeler and loves to herd Cooper and Bennie (especially when they’re wrestling!). She loves chasing the birds in our backyard, chewing up squeaky toys, and sassing off to her parents [Insert video of Pippa Sassing]. Pip has a unique adoption story. She was rescued by one of Nat’s friends in Florida, where she was found digging for food in a garbage bin. It was perfect timing that she was found, because we had been praying to God that He would help us find a companion for Cooper. Because of her life before coming into our family, she’s a little timid when she first meets new people and usually hides, but once she warms up to you, she jumps into your lap and loves her ears to be scratched. Bennie was my cat before Nat met Brian and the first cat that Brian ever really liked. We always say he is the perfect cross between a dog and a cat. While he is self-sufficient like a normal cat and pretty independent, Bennie also is super laid back and will let you pick him up or pet him without any fuss. Like Pippa, he likes to be mouthy and tell you if he’s not happy about something or if he’s not pleased with the amount of food you gave him. He loves to venture outside and lay on the front deck sunning himself or visit his 2nd family. Yes, we found out a couple of years ago that he found a 2nd family that he loves to visit and get good food from (he is on a special diet at our house to prevent bladder issues). Everyone loves Bennie-he is our chill and friendly buddy!

We also love to cook together, hang out with our friends, watch movies, go to church activities, and travel. Our most recent adventures led us on our belated honeymoon to Iceland and Ireland. We just can't wait to grow our family and bring the passion for life that we both have into our future children's lives. Thank you for taking the time to get to know us.

Adoption Diary

Happy Valentine’s Day

Brian had to work today, but I (Nat) had the day off today.  I spent most of the day visiting with my grandma, who lives in a nearby nursing home.  She was very cheerful today, maybe it was all the love in the air! Ha! She has been recovering from a recent hospital stay, so she has been needing a lot more help than previously and even getting up to the wheelchair can be a challenge for her.  I was able to coax her into her wheelchair today and play the piano for her.  She was so happy to get out of her room and was even laughing a bit today.  Since she lives near us, I visit her frequently on my days off. Today, I kept thinking about how great it will be in the future when I can take our baby to see her.  She loves her grandkids and great-grandkids and often brags to people about how many she has.  I know it will make her day to get visits from her future grandbaby.  I can’t wait to see this!

Let it Snow, Let it Snow, Let it Snow!

We have been really pounded with snow in the Twin cities lately, but we are actually really enjoying the snow.  It’s not unexpected to see many a day below zero in January in Minnesota, but mother nature finally gave us a break from the cold and gave us a treat of all that fluffy white stuff.  I (Nat) am originally from Michigan, where we get a lot lake effect snow.  I miss seeing how beautiful it is when the snow is piled high.  Brian and I plan on making a snowman this weekend.
Pippa and Cooper, our pups, are also relishing in romping around in the foot plus of snow that we have.  They always come inside with their snouts full of snow.  Bennie, meanwhile, senses that the cold has broken and has been begging to go outside.  Normally, Bennie is an indoor/outdoor cat, but I made it a house rule that he can’t go outside if the temperature is below 20 degrees. Unfortunately for Bennie, it’s not quite that warm yet and I don’t want him to get buried in all of this snow.
The Moore family is enjoying the snow for sure (except maybe Bennie).
Hope everyone has a nice Valentine’s Day tomorrow!

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,

Brian and Nat

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