We would like to start by thanking you for considering us. We are excited that you would consider us as parents for your little one and give us the opportunity to provide the life and future you dream of for them.
We look forward to you getting to know more about us and the family your baby will become a part of. And we ensure that your baby will be surrounded by joy and compassion and that we will provide your baby with unconditional love and happiness.
We first met almost 8 years ago. From the moment we went on our first date, we had an instant connection and bond for life, each knowing that we’re the others soulmate. For the next few years, we enjoyed traveling together, and purchasing our first home in hopes that we would someday be able to make this a family home and grow as a couple. It was not long after our two-year anniversary, on Christmas day, that John surprised Brandon and proposed to him. Our families were extremely supportive and excited that they would each be getting a new member of their family.
We were married in 2016, surrounded by many friends and family, all radiating a tremendous amount of love and acceptance. We will soon be celebrating our 3-year wedding anniversary and continue to learn more about each other every single day.
We have talked about having children since the early stages of our relationship and are both very passionate about being parents. We have 4 beautiful nieces that we spoil and love unconditionally, but there is still that void of not having a child of our own. It has been overwhelming to see how supportive and excited our friends and family are about us adding to our adventurous and loving family.
We are also members of a “dads” group who get together once a month. The purpose of this group is to allow all of our children to grow up in a comfortable environment with other children who have important commonalities...having two dads and adoption. We look forward to continuing to be a part of this group so that our child can grow up with other friends’ children and similar families.