Zaida & Charlie
We would like to begin by expressing our admiration for the strength it takes on your behalf to consider adoption for your baby. It is a courageous and selfless decision and we would be honored, to be considered as a family for your child. It is our hope with this letter, to provide you with a picture of what life with our family
would be like for your baby. We will also tell you a little about ourselves prior to starting our family. Thank you for giving us the opportunity to introduce our family to you.
It's funny how life doesn't always turn out as expected but the result turns out for the best. Call it fate, destiny or coincidence; our lives will be forever intertwined.
I am forever honored and grateful you are considering me in this important decision. No one can truly understand the range of emotions you are experiencing but please know through this journey, you are brave beyond belief, and I admire your selflessness. Along the way, my hope is to provide you with encouragement, guidance and comfort. Upon reading my profile, you will gain some insight into my life and have confidence in my capabilities to surround your child with forever love, endless laughter and unconditional support and security to lead a full life.
Gail and Kris
Dear Birth Parent,
Thank you so much for looking at our profile. We cannot fully comprehend the impossibly hard decision you are making, to chose adoption for your child, but we cetainly admire your courage and bravery. We are honored that you are taking the time to get to know us and considering us as the family for your son or daughter. We have spent many unsuccessful years trying to grow our family in the conventional way, and we both know that the time is now right for us to adopt a child.
We have friends and family who have adopted children and since Kris was adopted himself, we are certain that adoption is the best choice for us. We understand that you want the best for your child, and we are excited to offer him or her our unconditional love and an opportunity to thrive in a loving, caring home.
Kelli & Jason
While we have not met, we know the decision you are making takes remarkable bravery,
strength and courage. Our respect for you is immeasurable. We are honored and excited that you are
taking the time to get to know us. We are Jason & Kelli and we are truly grateful for you.
Mary Beth & Brian
We are Mary Beth and Brian, and we thank you for reading our profile. We realize that choosing adoption for your child will most likely be one of, if not the most difficult decision you will make in your life. For this you have our respect and gratitude as you will be giving others a gift that words cannot adequately express.
Adam & Pat
Dear Birth Parents,
We understand this must be a very difficult time in your life. We have such respect for you and thank you for taking the time to get to know us. We are Adam & Pat, a young married couple who have been together since 2007 and married since 2012. Since very early in our relationship we both shared the dream of raising children together. Having both come from warm, loving and nurturing homes, we wanted to provide the same to a child.
Carrie and Peter
Dear Birth Parents,
Thank you for taking the time to get to know us. We respect you for the difficult decision ahead of you, and imagine it takes much courage and strength. We would like to offer you all of our support, consideration and sensitivity.
Holly and Chris
Dear Birth Parents,
We want to thank you for taking the time to consider us as the adoptive parents for your baby. We know it is no small decision and we truly appreciate the strength and courage you are showing through this process. We are deeply honored that you are reading our story and hope you find that we are the right family to adopt your baby.
Thank you! Chris & Holly
Camille and Chris
Dear Birth Mother,
Thank you so much for taking time to learn about us as you make the difficult decision as to whom will parent your child. We are Camille, Chris, and Harrison. We hope that through this book, you see the love we have for each other, our families, friends, and your child. We are so excited to adopt and welcome your child into our family and our home.
Suuz and Jaap
Dear Birth Mother,
We would like to say that we understand how difficult this period must be for you, and therefore we want to thank you for taking the time to read our letter. We very much respect your choice to consider adoption for your child. A decision like that does not come lightly and can only be made out of love for your child.
John and Mark
Hello, we are John and Mark
We appreciate you taking the time to learn about us. We want you to know how deeply we respect you and the brave choices you are making. It must be an unimaginably complicated decision for you and we are so grateful that you would consider us as a family to support and love your child. We know that you are putting your child's needs first and how serious and important of a choice you are making. We hope to support you through your journey and share who we are with you.
Syara and Sandra
Thank you for considering us as the family to adopt your soon to be born baby. You are showing so much strength and humility in this gesture of courage and love. As a family, we honor you as a person who gives life. If you decide to chose us as a family for your child, we would receive your baby as a precious gift to welcome with the utmost possible care, love, security and we will be forever grateful.
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