Dear Expectant Mother,
We would like to start by saying “Thank You” for taking the time to consider us as the adoptive parents for your baby. We both know that this is a very tough decision and we admire your strength and courage through the process. Our hope is that you can see how much love we have for each other, our families, friends and your precious baby as a gift. We are beyond excited to adopt and welcome your son or daughter into our home and into our family. We are Tyler and Kayla and we would love to welcome you into our lives as well.
Tyler is in law enforcement and takes pride in his work and the way he conducts himself both personally and professionally. He has a military background, having served our country as a United States Marine. He is very loving, genuine, and he has a one-of-a kind personality. Tyler devotes countless hours of his time in the community mentoring young kids and serving as a high school baseball coach. He loves baseball, football and family vacations. Tyler also enjoys cooking and relaxing on the back patio. He is an amazing husband, uncle, godfather and all-around great person to anyone that knows him.
Kayla is a Mortgage Underwriter at a local bank. She has devoted many years to her craft, which speaks highly about her dedication and loyalty. She is very close to her family and friends, and loves to shop, decorate and take on small projects. Kayla enjoys going to the beach with family and friends and taking weekend trips with Tyler. She is thoughtful, kind hearted and loves unconditionally. She spends quality time with all of her godchildren, treating them as her own. Kayla loves to cook outside on the back patio, while swinging on our wood swing.
We have known each other for over 20 years, and live in a small community which is known for its wonderful cuisine and southern hospitality. We met while attending a local festival with mutual friends. We engaged in friendly chit-chat and our relationship blossomed after only brief conversation. We knew we were meant for each other. During the seven years we have been together, we knew that one day we would welcome one of God’s greatest gifts, a son or a daughter. After several unsuccessful attempts to conceive, we both agreed to embrace the idea of adoption.
Our families are very close-knit. Kayla is an only child. She unfortunately lost her mother 10 years ago and her father last year. Tyler is also very close to his family. His parents have been married for 49 years and have molded and mentored three successful children. Tyler has 2 older brothers that we remain in close contact with. He has five nieces and nephews that we adore. The opportunity to love another child would certainly fill Tyler’s family’s hearts with joy and happiness. We believe Kayla’s mom and dad are looking down from up above and smiling at the thought of their beautiful daughter and son-in-law as parents.
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