Race of child interested in adopting: No Preference
Gender of child interested in adopting: No Preference
State I live in: NC
Dear Expectant Mother,
I’m not sure if it was fate or mere chance that brought our paths together. But I do know we share something in common: we both want a loving home for your child. If you’re willing, your child will forever forge a lifelong bond between us with the love you’ve shared by bringing your child into this world, coupled with the love I’ll devote to your child as an adoptive father. I’m deeply moved by your selfless journey, and I know it is difficult for you. Please find some peace of mind that your child may not have my eyes or my smile, but your child will have all of my heart.
As an adoptive father to your child, rest assured I will love your child, I will be devoted to him or her, and I will provide stability in our home. I will parent your child with humility, humor, and patience. My life’s commitment will be raising your child to grow, learn, and mature in a happy, secure, and nurturing home.
You’ve already shown tremendous strength and presence of mind with your decision. I thank you for considering me for the privilege of being your child's adoptive father.
I am an affectionate, humble, loyal, and reliable professional single male, with a diverse mix of Italian and Irish background. I am outgoing and I love anything outdoors. I enjoy sports, reading, cooking, traveling, and exploring the history behind different places. My life has been blessed with my dog, Molly, who has been by my side for over ten years. Long walks with her are always nice. My family is my support system, but they are also an important part of my social life. I talk to my mom daily.
My personality is firm, but caring. It is responsible, but fun (the inner child remains). I pride myself on my ability to communicate with people, regardless of age, socioeconomic status, race or ethnicity, etc. I can talk to a room of seniors aged 75 and over and be totally comfortable, carrying on a conversation with them. Yet I can sit with a room of children no older than five or six years old and do the very same thing.
I live in a contemporary, luxury apartment community with wide open spaces, high ceilings, and plenty of natural sunlight. The community has two wonderful outdoor courtyards, a large heated swimming pool, and a fitness center. I live in the heart of a major city in North Carolina, near public parks, walking paths, and community events. I presently share my spacious two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment with my golden retriever mix, Molly. The apartment also has a large kitchen and dining room, where I spend a lot of my time cooking and enjoying the company of family and friends. There are numerous families with children of all ages also living in the building.
My Extended Family
My father is quiet and reserved, but don't let those characteristics fool you. He isn't afraid to come out of his shell to tell funny stories and show affection. He is always willing to offer a helping hand. He is the type of man who sees an elderly person carrying groceries and offers his assistance. He is probably the most reliable person that I know because his word is his bond.
My mother embodies the word “love.” Growing up, she taught me to treat every kid the same, regardless of his or her background, looks, athletic ability, social skills, disability, etc. My mother is gentle, patient, and loving. She is a workhorse too. When I need help doing anything, she is the first to be there for me.
My sister and I share a very strong bond. As we have aged, our interests have aligned considerably, including keeping physically fit, nurturing our dogs, cooking, and enjoying the simple things in life. She is an important support structure for me. She is great with children, evidenced by the amount of time that she spends with her niece after her husband's sister died of cancer. She is the most loyal woman I know.
What Led Me To Adoption
Starting my own family has been a paramount thought for my entire adult life. In fact, many of my personal and professional decisions have been designed to prepare me for fatherhood, including saving money, starting a business that allows me to work from home and set my own hours, and settling down where I did in North Carolina. I cannot imagine my life without children of my own. Being a father will complete me. Fatherhood will allow me to bless your child’s life, because your child indeed will bless mine. I don’t define my life’s purpose or success by my business, or my bank account, or the car in my driveway. Being a loving, stable, and warm father will define me.