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Adam & Leng

Family Type: Gay Couple
State we live in: Colorado

dear expectant mother

We want to thank you for looking at our profile and considering us as adoptive parents. We know the decision and journey of adoption is difficult, but please know you are not alone. We are here and would be honored to walk alongside you at any level you’re comfortable with. We want to be a part of every single moment. We want you to know we will support and comfort you throughout your entire experience. Our child will know they were adopted, that it was a difficult decision for their mother, and how much you love them.

Choosing the right parents will impact the life of your child. We want to assure you, should you choose us, we will not take this child for granted. They will have a fulfilled life and be genuinely loved. Our home will be a place where they can chase their passions and be whatever they want to be. We will teach your child to enjoy the simple things in life. They will learn about love, respect, hard work, fun, and, most importantly, helping others when they need it. We will give your child an environment that is warm, nurturing, and encouraging.

We want the best for this child, and we know you do too. The decision is yours, and whatever decision you make is the right decision for you. We hope you and your baby will be part of our lives, and we hope we can share this journey together.

About Us

Our love story began in 2010 at a dance. A friend of ours introduced us, and ever since then, we swirl, twirl, and trip but manage to hold on tightly to each other. We are loving, caring, exceptional individuals. Adam’s passion for nature shows through his beautiful garden, his wonderful collection of gems and stones, and our bird sanctuary that surrounds our home. Leng’s bilingual, speaking Hmong and English. He started his career as a medical assistant three years ago. He wants to further his education to become a registered nurse. He loves to cook Hmong and Italian food. Together we complement each other and support each other’s individuality. We bond over the mutual love of music, food, movies, and TV shows. We love to travel all over the United States. We have been married three years now and are ready to write the next chapter of our love story.

Our Home & Pets

We live in Colorado. Our house is located next to a park and walking distance to a river. The best thing is how close we live to our friends and family, literally minutes from our house. The Fourth of July parade and the Festival of Lights parade are a few festivities that happen right outside our neighborhood. Our home has been in Adam’s family since the ’70s. We have a library, computer room, finished basement, and greenhouse. Our backyard overlooks the Rocky Mountains. We share our home with Adam’s grandmother and our pets. We have two cats, two tortoises, and a dog. Our house is an ideal location to raise children, and we cannot wait to make lifelong memories here.

Our Extended Family

Leng is the second youngest of nine. He is the first Hmong-American generation. He has 28 nephews and nieces. Adam has three brothers and two sisters. He has a niece and will soon be an uncle to another one.

Having a strong bond with our family has always been a big part of our values. The reason why we have a close relationship is because of the traditions we have. Most traditions fall around the holidays. During October, a tradition is going to the pumpkin patch and carving them right afterward. We also love scary movie nights and trick-or-treating with our nieces and nephews. A newer tradition is the Magic of the Jack-o-Lantern.

As December approaches, we choose one special ornament each. Other traditions include cookie day and Christmas movie night. We support the performing arts by seeing The Nutcracker, the Trans-Siberian Orchestra, and the Festival of Lights.
Some traditions outside of the holidays are karaoke night, trivia at the local pizzeria, and game night. A few games we play are Scattergories, Pictionary, and Unstable Unicorn. Although we have many traditions throughout the year, we have plenty of space to create new traditions.

What Led Us To Adoption

We have always wanted kids; the question was when. We thought long and hard, and we knew we had to sacrifice a lot to prepare for the right moment. We spent many days and nights babysitting our nieces and nephews, with endless hours at the park, the pool, after-school activities, and conferences, and we helped with homework and projects.
There were a lot of ups and downs, but we handled it together and learned the value of being parents. However, it isn’t enough. We are grateful and love our nieces and nephews, but we want our own little ones. We had always wanted kids, and we have been preparing for a long time. We are extremely excited and eager for the opportunity to adopt.

more about Adam

more about Adam

Occupation:
Optometric assistant
Religion:
Theist
Race:
Hispanic
Education:
Some college
Food:
Meundo
Hobby:
Art, gardening, reading, home improvement
Movie:
Stand by Me, Fried Green Tomatoes
Favorite Tradition:
Movie nights, cookie day
Sport:
Track
Holiday:
Thanksgiving
Music Group:
Shakira, Pink, Fleetwood Mac, Anberlin
TV Show:
The Golden Girls, Charmed, Buffy the Vampire Slayer
Book:
Inkheart, Both Sides of Time
Subject in School:
Art
Dream Vacation:
Maldives, Greece

more about Leng

more about Leng

Occupation:
Medical assistant
Religion:
Theist
Race:
Hmong
Education:
Post secondary degree
Food:
Tacos
Hobby:
Health, exercise, cooking
Movie:
Hocus Pocus, Titanic, Inception
Favorite Tradition:
Game night
Sport:
Dance, cheerleading
Holiday:
Halloween, Christmas
Music Group:
Lady Gaga, Simple Plan, Black Pink
TV Show:
RuPaul’s Drag Race
Book:
The Giving Tree, The Joy Luck Club
Subject in School:
English
Dream Vacation:
Thailand, Ireland

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Call/Text 224-410-0522

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