Nipa & Malcolm
Nipa & Malcolm
Race of child interested in adopting: No Preference
Gender of child interested in adopting: No Preference
State we live in: UT
Dear Expectant Mother,
Before writing this letter to you, we had a lot of difficulties deciding what to say. We don’t know how you might feel; we can’t feel the same emotions you’re feeling. No, we can only imagine the emotions you hold that grow stronger each day.
When we decided to start this journey together, the thought of actually being parents seemed surreal. It’s something we both have always wanted. But how? Where do we start? What’s the first thing we should know about having a kid? So many questions come to mind. But as we really thought about these things and talked to each other about how we were raised or how our sisters and brothers who have kids deal with situations, it became clear that nobody has the same answers to these questions. What was more obvious, however, was the love and bond that they share with their children, which is something truly amazing to witness.
We understand that we aren’t perfect people, and we definitely have a lot to learn. However, we have a love for each other that has never been questioned from the very beginning. As we push through this journey together, no matter how hard it might get, we know every obstacle is a blessing in its own way. We are very grateful to have this opportunity to share our love and bond with you and your child. We can’t promise all of the greatest things in the world, but what we can promise is no matter what the future holds, our love will always be the foundation of this family. Thank you for considering us to receive this blessing.
We both work out in the oil field. Malcolm runs a slickline truck, which is also called Paraffin "wax" cutting; Nipa is a Lease Operator. Our first meeting was unexpected, and our relationship happened fast. If we were to describe each other, we would say that we are both very unique. Although we come from different backgrounds, we have a lot of similarities, and as a couple, we know that we are truly one another’s balance. We always know the right things to say to each other in any situation we might be facing. Malcolm supports Nipa in everything he does, as much as Nipa supports Malcolm in everything he decides to do. It is really rare not to see us together. Our laughs are endless, and we have a love that runs true. We are truly best friends and soulmates.
We just purchased our first home, a four-bedroom sitting on ten acres. It is exposed to a lot of outdoors, and we finally have somewhere to house our horses. We are excited to share our lifestyle with your child, teaching them to care for the animals, having bonfires and barbecues with family and friends, building a treehouse. We have three horses that we love: Buck, Swingin Flight, and Baby Z. We love our horses and are so excited to teach your child all about them.
Our Extended Family
Between the two of us, our families give us many events to be a part of, such as sporting events, graduations, birthday parties, backyard barbecues, and holiday traditions. If Malcolm had to choose a favorite tradition, it would be his mom’s Christmas party, held every year two weeks before Christmas and focused on the kids. A tradition Nipa holds close to his heart would have to be Thanksgiving eve, when the family goes to his mom’s house to cook. Aunties, uncles, grandparents, and cousins come from all over, and we prep food for Thanksgiving Day! Everyone has a part, whether it be chopping up vegetables or making the deserts.
Sharing these traditions with your child is a dream we hold close to our hearts. Not only for us, but for our family as well. The love and excitement they have for us is very comforting. To have a support system that loves us and already loves your child makes this process that much more beautiful. We can’t wait to welcome your child into our world.
What Led Us To Adoption
We have both dreamt of becoming fathers since we were young. But how? We always wanted to start a family, and it was when we noticed through social media that a friend of ours had adopted that a family finally seemed possible. We had talked kids since the day we met, and seeing the joy in our friend’s face gave us hope that our dream of becoming fathers could come true, too.