Natalie & Katie
Natalie & Katie
Race of child interested in adopting: Caucasian
Gender of child interested in adopting: Girl
Family Type: LGBT
State we live in: TX
Dear Expectant Mother,
First off, let us say we love you. You are our greatest blessing. We admire your strength, and your bravery, courage, and hope are evident in this choice toward adoption. We can never fully describe how thankful we are for you. You are our miracle. We are extremely grateful that you are considering us as potential parents.
Though we don’t know each other yet, we are excited about getting to know you. We offer you care, support, guidance, and hope, and we look forward to learning and growing together. We hope to learn from you just as much as you might learn from us. We are excited to take this journey with you.
Giving love is one of the key parts of our lives. We believe you can never have too much love to give. We will instill a strong heart, a caring nature, a kind spirit, and an eternal love into your child. We can’t wait to teach them to hope, love, dream, explore, and grow. Every night will end with a story and kiss, and every morning will begin with a smile and happy heart. They will never lack for love in this home.
Thank you again for your time and consideration.
We both come from loving families that value hard work and cherish time together. While Natlaie can be described as loud and outgoing, Katie is quiet and thoughtful. We complement each other. We are both described as caring, nurturing, strong-willed, and loyal women. Natalie grew up on the soccer field and in her mom’s classroom, while Katie grew up in a small town under the Friday night lights dancing at football games. Natalie and Katie both are dedicated teachers who love positively impacting their students daily. Natalie also coaches volleyball, track, and soccer. Our evenings and weekends normally consist of reading in the living room, playing with our dogs, going for a walk in our neighborhood, attending plays and musicals, watching or coaching games, cooking, crafting, and spending time with our families. We love to laugh and be goofy with each other.
Our home is our favorite place in the world. It is organized but well lived in. We love having family and friends come over to visit. We try to make our home feel welcoming and warm to anyone who may come inside. A huge part of our home is our two rescue dogs, Callie and Muttly. They make this house feel whole with their doggie snuggles and unconditional love. Our house itself is in a newly constructed neighborhood with a small community feel, full of children playing outside and neighbors that we know by name. Our neighborhood is the perfect distance to get us away from the busy bustle of a big city but close enough that we are never too far from food, fun, culture, and family. We are within walking distance of a great school where a child will never be just a number but an important part of the school community.
Our Extended Family
Our families are over-the-moon excited to welcome a new bundle of joy into our already love-filled lives. Grandparents are ready to spoil a baby and shower them with love for the rest of their life.
Natalie grew up in a loving family with her mom and dad and an older brother. Her family is huge into all sports but most of all soccer. Natalie played soccer from the time she was four into college. She and her family traveled all over the United States for soccer. Natalie’s favorite tradition is Christmas morning breakfast of biscuits and gravy. This is a Christmas-only meal, and no one can ever make it as good as Natalie’s mom.
Katie grew up with a loving mom and dad and an older sister. Katie tried all the sports growing up but fell in love with dance. Throughout middle and high school, Katie was a member of her school’s drill team. Katie and her mom have a Friday night tradition still to this day of meeting for dinner and window shopping. Katie’s favorite traditions always take place at her mom’s house, where everyone in the family, including aunts and cousins, comes over for a holiday meal and family bonding.
What Led Us To Adoption
Adoption has always been something we were interested in. From the beginning of our journey, we both knew we wanted to be parents. As teachers, we love all of our students and thought, why not our own child? Finding an option where we could meet and grow a relationship with a birthmother has been a blessing. Helping to fulfill your hopes and dreams would ultimately make us the happiest.