Adam & Bobby
Adam & Bobby
Race of child interested in adopting: No Preference
Gender of child interested in adopting: No Preference
Family Type: LGBT
State we live in: CO
Dear Expectant Mother,
We want to first thank you for taking the time to read our letter and learn more about us. We admire your difficult and selfless decision to have a baby and your consideration of us as adoptive parents. We want you to know that we are more than just a potential family for your child. If you choose us, we are here to support you and your journey. We’re honored to even be considered as the adoptive parents of your baby, and if chosen, we will always put him or her first. We will provide a life full of adventures, laughter, and unconditional love.
We are grateful for the opportunity to share a bit about ourselves, our families, our home, our personalities, our hobbies and most importantly, our values. We hope to reassure you that we’re an extremely loving and dedicated couple by providing you with a glimpse into who we are. We will treasure the opportunity to adopt, parent, and love your child.
Thank you for giving us the opportunity to introduce our family to you.
Our relationship started in Chicago where we met through mutual friends. After living together in the frigid Chicago environment, we quickly learned that we wanted a life full of daily adventures and abundant love. Thus, we decided to move to the Rocky Mountains of Colorado. This is where we currently reside. Bobby is a retired Navy veteran and now works from home doing photography and woodworking. Adam has worked for non-profit health organizations for over ten years, and he is also fortunate enough to work from home. During our free time, we love to be outdoors! We hike, ski, camp, play outside with our dogs, and actively seek new adventures daily. One of our favorite things to do together is travel. We love exploring new environments and cultures. We are excited to expand our family and add a child to our life of adventures and love.
We live nearly 9,000 feet up in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado. We own a beautiful log home and have a gorgeous view of the mountain ranges and valleys. There are deer in our yard daily – they’re just part of our community! We live near hiking trails, rivers, lakes, and mountains ranges for skiing and snow tubing. We have two dogs, Saylor and Timber, that keep us busy and are inseparable. The school districts in our area are highly rated and surrounded by breathtaking mountain scenery.
Our Extended Family
We grew up on opposite ends of the country: Adam in Wisconsin and Bobby in Texas. We have a large extended family that is very supportive and loving. We both grew up with one sibling each and have 17 cousins, including two that are adopted. We have two nephews and four nieces – they mean the world to us and bring so much joy to our lives! Whenever we’re together, it’s like we’re all the same age, although they’re 1 to 13 years old. We spend hours playing and laughing together. Based on our close family connection, we were chosen as their godparents and take that role very seriously, helping with their upbringing. Our parents are both still married and are amazing role models, as well as grandparents to our nieces and nephews. We talk to family daily and have a very supportive, loving relationship with our immediate and extended family members.
It’s a family tradition to spend every holiday and special occasion, including birthdays, together with family. Our favorite tradition is the annual family camping trip to Wisconsin! When we get together with family, we tell stories, share memories, and play with all the kids. Everyone gets involved and there’s so much love shared!
What Led Us To Adoption
We are extremely excited about the potential to adopt! We really like the idea of providing assurance to an expecting mother that her baby will have a life full of adventures, laughter, and love. Adoption also allows us the opportunity to make a positive and lifelong impact on a child and his or her mother’s life. Adam has two cousins that were adopted, and we’ve found their stories, as well as their parent’s stories, extremely moving and motivating.