Clinton & Kerri
Clinton & Kerri
Race of child interested in adopting: Caucasian, Caucasian/Hispanic, Caucasian/Native American
Gender of child interested in adopting: No Preference
State we live in: OK
We would like to start out saying thank you for taking the time to view our profile. We understand how this decision can be a difficult and an emotional one to make. We want you to know that, if you choose us, your baby will be given a stable home with unconditional love, support, encouragement, and a strong family environment.
We have struggled with infertility for 11 years before Kerri was diagnosed with cervical cancer. She is now cancer free. We are thankful for mothers like yourself for considering adoption. Though adoption couples like us have the opportunity to grow the family we have always dreamed of. If you choose us as adoptive parents, there will never be a day that goes by that we are not appreciative, thankful, and blessed to have your baby in our home and lives. Our family has come together to support us, as well as you and the baby if you choose us. Your baby would bring so much joy and love into our lives as well as theirs.
Thank you for considering us as adoptive parents for your precious baby.
We were introduced by a mutual friend 15 years ago and have been together ever since. We’ve been married 15 years. We have a strong loving bond and a trusting relationship. Clinton’s personality is outgoing and compassionate, and he can also be silly. He works in the oilfield as a Driller, and in his free time likes working in the yard or garage. Kerri is a social butterfly who is a jokester and likes to keep people smiling and laughing. She works as a Surveillance Lead at a casino, and in her free time she likes to bake and do crafts. We enjoy going to concerts, spending time with family and friends, doing arts and crafts, going to the movies, working around the house and yard, and spending time with our animals (two dogs and a cat).
Our home is a 2200 square foot single-story home with three-beds, three-baths, large front- and backyards, and an open floor plan. We live in a tight-knit community, with an amazing school system in a town voted as one of Oklahoma’s safest communities. The town is within driving distance of many different attractions, such as a zoo, a wildlife refuge, a science center, museums, and other historical attractions.
We have two dogs and a cat. We have a Great Dane who is nine-years-old, and who loves to be loved on and played with. We also have a Chihuahua who is 14 years-old who loves to play and cuddle. Lastly, we have a 15 year-old-cat that just likes to be cuddled with. They each are goofy in their own ways.
Our Extended Family
We have a small family and we are close with them. Kerri has one half-sister, a mother and step-father, several cousins, two nieces, two uncles and two aunts. Kerri and one of her cousins have a very close friendship and are best friends. Clinton has a half-sister and a half-brother who live several states away. He is very close with his father, grandfather, and aunt.
We have a small extended family that includes many friends and some we are very close to. We consider them family.
We have many family traditions, such as everyone gathering at our house for holidays, birthdays, cookouts, and family-day trips. Some of our holiday traditions are for Christmas. We buy an ornament for Kerri’s grandmother (who passed away) and for every new child in the family. Each year we elect a different family member to play Santa and pass out the gifts. For Thanksgiving, we invite family and friends over to enjoy dinner with us.
What Led Us To Adoption
We lovingly chose the path of adoption after years of battling infertility and after conquering cervical cancer. What excites us about adoption is getting the opportunity to grow our family and watching a child grow up and enjoying life to the fullest. We would love having the opportunity to give a child all the love and support that was given to us as children.