We met each other at the University of Houston and were college sweethearts. We dated for seven years and have been married for eight years now. We always desired to have children, but have struggled with unkonwn inferlity. In our waiting, we continue to be actively serving in the church and community, while longing to start a family. With prayer and peace in our hearts, we decided on adoption. We look forward to loving our adopted child unconditionally and raising them to know the love of God. I (Mariann) am excited to teach my child how to bake and cook, while Peter eagerly anticipates playing sports and games with him/her. We want to graciously provide for our child, so that they are comfortable and cared for. Our hope is to give our child the opportunity to live his/her fullest potential. We are grateful for the love and support of our family and friends to help make this wish possible. It's like the old proverb, "It takes a village to raise a child."
We are praying for our special child that God has planned for us. This is our Gorgeous adoption journey.View Profile Book
Don't give up! In God's time, I hope you are blessed with a child. My husband and I have been trying for almost 4 years and have been struggling with infertility. I have endometriosis, PCOS and a limited ovarian reserve. We are praying for a child. Best wishes, Serena and George
Sending you 🙏 & blessings to your upcoming adoption. Much love, Kim
We're excited to meet your precious child that God hand picks for you both. This child is already so loved by God and will be so loved by you two and your families and our family!!! Praise be to God, who is already working everything together.
Praying God blesses you soon with your child! Don't give up hope; God is faithful and knows your hearts' desires for children. Only God knows what that will look like and when that will happen! Remember " But do not forget this one thing, dear friends: With the Lord a day is like a thousand years, and a thousand years are like a day." I'm sure you've heard all of that, many times, and it isn't always helpful. But I have seen it happen in my life many times - God is faithful to answer all our prayers and the way He answers is often different than what I had pictured but it is always perfect. In Christ's love and hope, Stephanie