Jason and Tammy
Dear Birth Parents
We are filled with great respect and appreciation for you as you consider the opportunity of adoption for your baby. We know that this has been such a difficult decision. The option of adoption is one the biggest and most courageous decisions that you will ever have made. Thanks for your courageous decision and choosing to take this uncomfortable path. You have a difficult choice of finding a forever family and we have a challenge of growing our family. An opportunity is on the horizon for your child to have a lifetime of love and to help fulfill our dream of growing our family.
Let us give you a glimpse into our family. For a more in depth look, you can check out our hard copy portfolio on file at A Helping Hand. We met in college through a drama ministry in 1999. After some time of seeking the Lord, we fell in love and were married about a year later. We just celebrated 10 years of marriage together this past December. We knew right away that we wanted to start a family but we were hit with infertility and a miscarriage. After going through the pain of our miscarriage, we were blessed with the birth of our son Paul in 2004. After the birth of our son, for unknown reasons, we have not been able to conceive another baby. We feel we are not done growing our family so we have chosen to go down this path of adoption.
We are both pastors of a small church and also work as substitute teachers. Tammy is also the drama director through the school. We both love to play board and card games. Jason likes to spend time playing games with our son, fishing and working on cars. He is an exceptional “hands-on” father, great leader and makes sure the finances are in order. Tammy likes to be creative in making new jewelry from wire and beads. She is very nurturing and loving and always puts family first. Our son Paul is now seven years old and is excited to welcome a sibling to our family. He loves to play with Legos and many super hero figures. We also have a family dog, Roscoe, that is a Zuchon which a cross between a Bichon Frise and Shih Tzu. He is a very friendly dog and loves people and kids.
Our faith is very important to us, being pastors of a Wesleyan congregation, but our family is very important too. We make sure that ministry does not take over our family responsibilities as we have set great boundaries. God has helped our family come through many difficult trials. We are trusting Him that He will guide you and us through this adoption process. You can be assured that your child will know how much you loved them and will be nurtured in a loving family.
With Deepest Gratitude,
Jason and Tammy