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Hobbies

Watching TV or movies, Taking care of people, Sewing/knitting, Listening to music, Going to church/temple, Eating, Visiting with friends, Cooking, Photography

Occupation

Manufacture/Distribution Medical/Dental

Manufacture/Distribution Medical/Dental

Relationship Status

Single Parent

Ethnicity

White/Caucasian

Religion

Christian

Type of Home

House

Type of neighbourhood

Suburbs

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First Name

11102023

Last Name

Country

United States

Address

Eye Color

Green

Hair Color

Blond

Height

5’4”

Education

Bachelor’s degree

Gender

Female

Smoking

No

Drinking

Never

Hobbies

Watching TV or movies, Taking care of people, Sewing/knitting, Listening to music, Going to church/temple, Eating, Visiting with friends, Cooking, Photography

Age

36

CHILDREN DETAIL

Children

Do you have kids?

Biological

How many kids do you have?

2

Children

How old are they?

2, 4

Do they live with you?

Yes, full time

Tell us about your children. What do they like to do for fun?

Gymnastics, play outside, go swimming, go for walks, go to grandmas house, go to the zoo

PHOTOS

Photos

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Fullname

11102023

LastName

Resident Country

United States

Address

Eye Color

Green

Hair Color

Blond

Height

5’4”

Ethnicity

White/Caucasian

Education

Bachelor’s degree

Hobbies

Watching TV or movies, Taking care of people, Sewing/knitting, Listening to music, Going to church/temple, Eating, Visiting with friends, Cooking, Photography

Religion

Christian

Occupation

Manufacture/Distribution Medical/Dental

Registered Nurse

Type of home

House

Type of Neighbourhood

Registered Nurse

Fullname

LastName

Resident Country

Address

Eye Color

Hair Color

Height

Ethnicity

Education

Hobbies

Religion

Occupation

Type of Home

Type of Neighbourhood

Registered Nurse

FAVOURITES

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Actor

Will Ferrell

Animal or Pet

Dogs

Author

Lisa Gardner

Bedtime story

Beverage / Drink

Water and coffee

Book

Candy Bar

Anything chocolate!

Childhood Memory

Spending time with my cousins, going to the lake

Color

Pink and black

Dessert

Oreo mud pie cake and brownies

Disney Movie

Car

Job

Family Activity

Restaurant

Chick-fil-a

Flower

Sunflower

Fruit

Apple

Hobby

No Data

No Data

Hobby

Knitting cradles for Bridget’s Cradles

Holiday

No Data

No Data

Holiday

Christmas and 4th of July

Song

Always be my baby - Mariah Carey

Sport to play

Favourites

Sport to watch

No Data

No Data

Sport to watch

Football

Traditions

Summers at the lake and holidays with the family

Summers at the lake and holidays with the family

Things to cook

Desserts

TV show

Movie

FAVOURITES

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Actor

Will Ferrell

Pet

Dogs

Arthur

Lisa Gardner

Bedtime story

Beverage / Drink

Water and coffee

Book

Candy Bar

Anything chocolate!

Childhood Memory

Spending time with my cousins, going to the lake

Color

Pink and black

Dessert

Oreo mud pie cake and brownies

Disney Movie

Dream Car

Dream Job

Dream Vacation

Hawaii

Family Activity

Resturant

Chick-fil-a

Flower

Sunflower

Fruit

Apple

Hobby

Knitting cradles for Bridget’s Cradles

Holiday

Christmas and 4th of July

Song

Always be my baby - Mariah Carey

Sport to play

sport to Watch

Football

Things to cook:

Desserts

Favorite Traditions

Summers at the lake and holidays with the family

TV show

Movie

Actor

Pet

Arthur

Bedtime story

Beverage / Drink

Book

Candy Bar

Childhood Memory

Color

Dessert

Disney Movie

Dream Car

Dream Job

Dream Vacation

Family Activity

Resturant

Flower

Fruit

Hobby

Holiday

Song

Sport to play

sport to Watch

Things to cook:

Favorite Traditions

TV show

Letter

INTRO LETTER 

My infertility background goes back to 2015, when my ex and I decided to seek treatment. Oral meds, injectables, HSG, exploratory laparoscopy, IUIs, etc were all dead ends. The doctors had no explanation and suggested I do IVF. My ex was not willing to do IVF. I was not willing to never have children. We went our separate ways and I did IVF with a sperm donor. I’ve had 3 egg retrievals and 9 embryo transfers (plus 1 embryo that didn’t survive thaw). I have my 2 miracle daughters, but have been wanting another baby. In fact, after delivery of my second daughter, I was asking my OB doc when I could get pregnant again! I started the process for baby #3 in January 2022 and have had nothing but letdowns, failures, losses, and tears. My egg quality is poor, and I don’t want to keep putting my body through this when I already know what I’ll yield. However, I can’t bring myself to completely give up when I feel that my family isn’t quite complete. I came across embryo adoption and knew this could be the answer to completing my family. I’ve always wanted a big family, but think 3 children would be the perfect number (and I’m not completely closed off to a 4th if it’s from the same embryo donor family).

 

My oldest daughter is J. She goes by “J” a lot and is 4 years old (born April 2019). She is sweet, is my “rule follower”, makes friends everywhere she goes, and loves gymnastics. My youngest daughter is J. She goes by “J” a lot and is 2 years old (born April 2021). She is sweet and sour, a “mama’s girl”, loves to do whatever big sissy does, is quiet and soft spoken (until she’s mad!), and loves playing outside.

I would describe myself as hardworking, loyal, caring/caretaker, and funny. I am very organized and would consider myself a “go-getter”. I love to laugh and have fun, but I also know how to be serious. As a nurse, I deal with tough situations, people receiving life changing news, and emergency situations- all of which I can be focused and sincere. Everyone that knows me knows my kids are my top priority and my whole world.

I work as a RN at a surgery center, and after having kids I went part time. I work 3 days a week (8 hour shifts). I want to be able to spend as much time with my kids as I can, they’re only young once! I love having the 2 additional days during the week to spend together and go do fun things. I also want to be able to go to school functions, schools parties/programs, field trips, etc. once they are school aged. My kids attend a daycare on the days I work. It’s affiliated with the surgery center and they love it there. I’ve been extremely pleased with all of their teachers, staff, and curriculum.

We live in a suburb, in a neighborhood that is about 15 years old. It’s a young neighborhood, it’s mostly families with children. Our direct neighbors on the street all look out for each other and the kids play together. Our house was built in 2009, is around 3400 square feet, 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms. Plenty of room to grow!

My kids have tons of things to play with outdoors: bikes, tricycles, motorized scooters, kids gardening tools, a jeep, and in the back yard they have an outdoor playset and sandbox. When we play inside, they have dolls, a play house, a play kitchen, mini trampoline, mini slide, strollers, shopping cart, cars, trucks, and many toys. They enjoy painting and drawing as well. We have a membership to the local zoo and a local kids museum, both are hits every time we visit. We also have gymnastics every Saturday, that they both absolutely love.

 

We go to a non denominational Christian church every Sunday morning, and I volunteer at the Saturday night service 2-3 times per month. The kids either come with me when I volunteer, or they go to grandma’s to play - grandma has a bounce house in her basement! They like to spend the night with grandma a couple times a month too. Grandma lives about 5 minutes from us, so she’s always there if we need her. If I have an appointment, or want to have a one-on-one date with one of the kids, grandma usually jumps at the chance to get the girls. Their grandma also wants the best education for them and will be helping pay for them to go to a private Christian school. My oldest will be starting kindergarten next fall, and we have 2 different private Christian schools we are going to be touring this fall. Both myself and grandma also contribute to a college fund, which I opened when each of them were born.

 

When I was around 13 years old, my parents bought a house at a lake that’s about 4 hours from here. My dad passed away, so the house is now my mom, my brother, and mine. We spend close to every weekend there in the summer- every other weekend at minimum (and usually they are long 3 or 4 day weekends). I was raised going to the lake, and I’m loving raising my kids the same. We have a private boat dock with a boat, 2 jet skis, 2 kayaks, a paddle board, and 3 sea scooters. For fun in the boat, we have wakeboards, a surfboard, a wake trainer, skis, and a large tube called the “super mable”. We have a Kawasaki mule that the kids like to ride around in during the evenings as well. It’s been a real blessing to see my kids get to grow up and make memories at the lake with their cousins just like I did. We also take trips throughout the year to visit family in other states. I grew up spending a lot of time with cousins and family and I’d like to continue that tradition. We also are taking our very first cruise here in a few months. The girls are very excited. My brother and sister in law have a vacatiom home on a beach that we visit a time it 2 a year as well.

 

I know that I am a single mom and that seems less desirable, but my children are living an amazing childhood and are definitely not disadvantaged by it. They are so loved and get to have trips and do things that some kids don’t get to do or experience. I hope that you will consider me and my family for embryo adoption.

REFERENCE LETTER 1

To whom it may concern,

It is with great pleasure to give my recommendation for [Her name] as an adoption candidate. I have worked closely with [Her name] for 11 years as a nurse at a surgery center but also closely as a friend.

During our time together as both coworkers and friends I have witnessed [Her name] dedication, and compassion for others. [Her name] consistently demonstrates professionalism, integrity, and a genuine desire to help others in need. But what she loves most is being a mother. I have witnessed first hand the challenges she has had of becoming a parent, and she has handled it with grace and bravery. She has bravely chosen this path as her next step.

[Her name] is a very organized and responsible person who shows commitment to their work and relationships. [Her name] attention to detail and strong work ethic, along with her love of being a parent, make her a perfect candidate.

[Her name] possesses an incredible capacity for empathy and understanding. She has always been a reliable and supportive friend, offering a listening ear and advice during our friendship. During our time together, we have been through life's ups and downs , and [Her name] has always been there for me. Her commitment to her family and friends is so admirable.

Thank you for considering [Her name] for this incredible opportunity. I have the utmost confidence in her ability to provide a loving and nurturing home. If you require any further information or have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me.

Sincerely, K.

REFERENCE LETTER 2

To whom it may concern:

It is my pleasure to write this letter on behalf of my dear friend [Her name] and express my support for her as a prospective adoptive parent.

I have known and worked alongside [Her name] for over 10 years. As a nurse, [Her name] has always shown a tremendous capacity for compassion and care. She always puts her patients needs first; she is a hard worker and willing to work all areas of the job. As a preoperative call nurse, she always listens to the patients and evaluates what is best and safest for that individual patient's needs.

[Her name] and I share the same passion for friends and family, both spending a lot of time with our families at the same lake and I have had numerous encounters with [Her name] family. I have personally witnessed the loving attention she shows both of her daughters J and J. [Her name] always puts her family first and foremost, making decisions that are best for her family. She is a very hands-on parent and spends quality time with her girls exploring the world such as going to the pool, the park or just walking the neighborhood.

[Her name] has a big loving heart and has always made it clear that she wanted to expand her family, trusting in God’s plan for her. I know that J and J - who are the best of friends - would be so excited to welcome a new baby brother or sister into their loving home! I am very supportive of her decision and it is my sincere wish that she is able to expand her family through adoption.

Sincerely,

B

REFERENCE LETTER 3

To Whom It May Concern:

My name is N and I am a friend and coworker of [Her name], who is wanting to adopt.  I have known her in and out of the workplace for 10 years.

From a professional standpoint, we are both Registered Nurses and worked together in a very busy ambulatory surgery center.  In a position like this, we must learn to multitask, prioritize, use critical thinking skills, be flexible, and ready for anything.  We must have good interpersonal skills and know how to approach sensitive topics with both strangers and people we know.  We must have respect for one another.  We must do a lot of conflict resolution both with patients, family members, and coworkers, as well as authority figures.

Outside of work, in parenting children, these same characteristics are needed to successfully raise a family.  But in addition to the above skills, a parent must have a sense of humor, a sense of responsibility for others, put a child’s needs as priority, and be willing and able to teach them in every sense of the word.

[Her name] has successfully achieved all these skills and talents, both in the work environment and in her family life. She is a caring, generous, considerate, and positive person with a personality that is a magnet to others.  She can be firm when needed and laugh and be flexible when needed.  She has found a way to balance both very well with very healthy and well-adjusted children already. I have been by her side through all the ups and downs of pregnancies and miscarriages and will continue to support her in this adoption endeavor as well.  She has very strong family support that most would be envious of, and they continue to be by her side as well, supporting her every step of the way.  She has accepted me into this family as well and she has a great circle of friends in the same boat as me.

Most of all, [Her name] has faith.  She is guided by God and Jesus Christ and the teachings of the Bible.  She attends church regularly and immerses her children in that same belief system. She has taken steps to further her beliefs and education in the Christian faith and tries to live each day a better version of herself.

[Her name] is an excellent mother and is committed to having another child to join her family.  I hope that she can be afforded the opportunity to share all her love and to grow her familyunder God’s umbrella.

N

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