my adoption profile

Regine

Family Type: Single Heterosexual Woman
State I live in: District Of Columbia

dear expectant mother

Thank you for taking the time to learn about me. You’ll find I’m open to all questions, and I’ll answer from the heart.

I want you to know I have tremendous love and respect for your journey. It takes great courage and strength to make such an important decision. I hope my profile gives you a sense of who I am and the life of unconditional love I would provide a child. I think about you often. I think about what it will be like to meet you and to learn about your hopes and dreams for your child. I wonder what kind of relationship you’d like to have and how we’ll make it work. And as much as I could promise to share letters, pictures, talk, or visit over the years, the truth is that I can’t make those decisions without you. These are things we’ll have to decide together.

I have no doubt that I will be able to give your child an incredible upbringing with love, support, a good education, and opportunities, even as a single parent. If you choose to pursue an adoption plan with me, I’d be forever grateful to be the mother of your child. Thank you for getting to know me, and I hope to possibly get to know you a little too. But more than anything, I hope you find the best possible outcome for you and your baby. I send all my love and gratitude your way while you navigate this path.

Sincerely,
Regine

I want you to know I have tremendous love and respect for your journey. It takes great courage and strength to make such an important decision.

-Regine

About Me

There is no way to share everything about myself, but my hope is you will see the abundance of love, laughter, and happiness I have to offer. I am loyal, adventurous, and strong. I’ve forged my own path in life but also received a lot of love and support along the way.
I grew up with a hard-working single mother. She is my rock and my biggest fan. She’s been on the sidelines cheering me on in this adoption journey. My father gave me the gift of travel when I was a kid. I fell in love with exploring cultures and people. Those experiences have shaped me, and I look forward to sharing that with my child. I have a rewarding and stable career I take great pride in. In my free time, I enjoy spending time with friends and working with my hands, whether sewing, decorating, or cooking!

My Home

I live in a historic neighborhood in an upbeat area that has lots of kid-friendly activities, cafes, churches, and parks. The neighborhood is also home to a very diverse community. I’m within walking distance of the library, two elementary schools, a public market, and local eateries. I am so grateful to start a family in such an incredible place! I also have a house in Florida. I have lots of family in that area and love to split my time between my two homes.

My Extended Family

I come from a large family. I lovingly refer to them as the united-nations-crazy bunch. I’m the second of six. Although my five siblings and I are spread across the U.S. and Canada, we make it a point to see each other multiple times a year.

I love my niece and five nephews like my own, and I know my siblings will love my child the same way too. The entire family is supportive of my decision to adopt. We’re no strangers to adoption. Many of my cousins were either adopted or fostered into the family. I’m also grateful to have friends I call family. They are a mix of girl and guy friends who make up a superstar support system. Whatever place I’ve lived, my friends were a phone call or a flight away, and I can count on them for a good cry or giggle, whichever I need. We always find a way to stay connected.

This child will have a ton of support. He or she already has a grandmother who can’t wait to babysit, a cousin who’s already claimed the title of godmother, and a village of uncles and aunties ready to shower them with love.

What Led Me To Adoption

Adoption has always had a special place in my heart. Call it “fate” or “destiny,” but I’ve known since I was 12 that my journey to motherhood would include adoption. There was a short period of time where I thought being “the best auntie ever” would be enough; however, life has taught me I have the heart to share with my children things that can only be experienced as a parent. I’m excited to be on that path today.

more about Regine

more about Regine

Occupation:
Marketing
Religion:
Christian
Race:
African American
Education:
Master in Business Administration (MBA)
Food:
Haitian
Hobby:
Sewing
Movie:
The Curious Case of Benjamin Button
Favorite Tradition:
Friendsgiving
Sport:
Tennis
Holiday:
Thanksgiving
Music Group:
’90s R&B
TV Show:
Black Love
Book:
The Four Agreements
Subject in School:
Psychology
Dream Vacation:
Israel

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Call/Text 224-410-0522

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