We are a Christian couple with no prior or current children. We met in Bible college and have been married for nearly 10 years now. I served in Guantanamo Bay and was also deployed to Iraq as Military Police in the Army. Shortly after returning, I was diagnosed with POF (Premature Ovarian Failure) so I essentially went into menopause at the age of 24. My husband and I went through unsuccessful fertility treatments. Despite the news to never conceive, we are a resilient couple that believes adoption is the same blessing as conceiving. God is good above all and is glorified because of our circumstance. Amen!
We patiently waited to adopt a young foster child from my tribe since I am an enrolled tribal member of the Assiniboine-Sioux. My husband and I have recently completed a home study and received our foster care license only to find that the majority of tribes do not let the young children leave their reservations. I pleaded with the tribes, but to no avail. We then decided to foster to adopt in our home state but have gotten our hearts broken again when the judge decided to move our foster baby to another county due to the case moving. It's been a long heartbreaking road.
As of today, we are now taking a different route through Embryo adoption so that we will be able to keep our future child forever.
We chose adoption bridge because they give their donations to the people and are not for profit. They are a well known and trusted agency with the intention to really help people.
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