Dear Birth Mother,
First of all, let me say that you are in our prayers as you make this difficult decision for you and your precious baby. We can’t say we know what you’re going through, but our prayer is that you feel loved and supported no matter what you decide to do.
Darran(goes by Kyle) and I have known each other for 4 years and have been married for 2.5 years. We met at a wedding of mutual friends where he caught the garter and I caught the bouquet! We do not have any children yet, but we’ve wanted to be parents for a while now. We began trying to have children in August 2018 and after a few short months, we found I was pregnant. We were so excited, but two days after finding out we were expecting my OB called and said I needed to head to the hospital immediately because I had an ectopic pregnancy. They ended up having to take out one fallopian tube. Several months went by and something wasn’t quite right so I went back to the doctor and they diagnosed me with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (a condition that causes me not to ovulate on my own). I was glad to finally have some answers and possible solutions. We completed 5 rounds of fertility treatments, one of which worked, but ended in a miscarriage. After that, we decided to take a step back from treatments and began to pursue adoption. It has been a journey to get to this decision, but we are beyond excited to be here!
Kyle and I enjoy DIY furniture projects, watching football, new adventures, and riding around in his truck. We enjoy spending time with family and friends and they have been so supportive in our decision to adopt. They are very involved in the process and cannot wait to hold our baby in their arms.
We really appreciate you taking the time to get to know a little bit about us and our families. We know you would be a part of our family too and want to respect the level openness and contact you wish to have with your child. We really want you to know that should you choose adoption, we would always speak kindly of you and forever be thankful for the many sacrifices you made out of love for your child.
God’s many blessings,
Kyle and CalleyView Profile Book