God Plays a Role in Each of Our Lives
as you turn to the Lord for help and advice you will make the perfect decision for your child.
Even our front door got dressed up for Halloween
Thank you for taking a minute to take a closer look at our little family. We are sure it is with a strange mix of emotions that you are reading this. Please know that we pray for you and others in similar situations every night. We truly believe that our Heavenly Father plays a role in each of our lives, and that things happen for a reason. We know that if any of us ask for His help, He will guide us as we make choices in life, the big one and the small ones. We hope as you continue to read our profile that you will get a better understanding of who we are and the unique love and dedication we can offer as parents and as a family. We know that as you turn to the Lord for help and advice you will make the perfect decision for your child.
Audrey is very excited about the prospect of becoming a big sister.
The Day Our Family Started
We met in 2004 and became longtime friends. We finally started dating in 2011 and were married in 2013. It was one of the greatest days of our lives. We had our daughter Audrey in 2015 and she has been the absolute highlight of our lives. The first time we laid eyes on Audrey we thanked God for the pure miracle she was. We love our daughter so much and have been able to lover her and be there for her. We would love to be able to provide the same love for your baby. We would love and cherish every second he/she is with us. Since Audrey’s birth we have struggled in the hopes of growing our family. The house filled with kids we dreamt of hasn’t happened yet. And the siblings Audrey has been praying for are still forth coming. Audrey is well aware of what we are trying to do and has committed to helping with feeding, clothing, sharing her toys and even diaper changing. We have seen her maternal instincts with other kids younger than she is. Audrey is very excited about the prospect of becoming a big sister.
The Future We Thought We Had
We have so much more of ourselves that we can give
It's game day!
We have always dreamed of having a large family. When we were dating 10 years ago, Jacky asked Daryl how many kids he wanted. He responded without hesitation “I want 11 sons…a whole football team.” Jacky instructed Daryl that he should be dating younger girls. While 11 boys, 11 girls, or 11 children at all may have been a pipe dream both of us are on the same page as to wanting a big family. Despite having one beautiful and amazing daughter we feel the hole in our hearts from the children we thought we would have together. Audrey too has often times asked us and her Heavenly Father for siblings. We have so much more love to give. We have so much more of ourselves that we can give and long to share the amazing things of this beautiful life with other children and help to mold them into responsible, loving, and kind little people. We feel very strongly that we are not done with having kids, just not in the way we had initially planned.
Love, Devotion, Stability
We are very excited to provide our daughter and future adopted children opportunities that we never had growing up
Puerto Vallarta Mexico, Family Vacation
We are very excited to provide our daughter and future adopted children opportunities that we never had growing up. In six short years our daughter has visited Canada, Mexico, Virginia, and the Grand Canyon. She enjoys the local cultural festivals (Peruvian, Polynesian etc.) We try to provide opportunities that will truly shape and change her/their lives. We have enrolled her in Spanish immersion at the local public school. She has been dancing several times a week for three years now. We see in her not just a love and appreciation for dance and the arts but a skill and a work ethic well beyond her years. Most importantly we have offered her the time, energy, commitment, and love of a fulltime stay-at-home mother. If you place your child with us they will have the love and devotion of a mature and financially stable family. We will be as open as time, opportunity, and the health of the child permit. We will give them our time and love, and provide for their health and education in every way. No one is more excited than our daughter who understands as well as a six-year-old can, what adopting a sibling would mean to her. Your child would grow up in a physically and emotionally safe home with a wide array of friends and family. Religion will play a big part in their lives, as it does ours. They will be exposed to and participate in the arts and sports with an extra helping of BYU football every Saturday in the fall. They will be bi-lingual and probably play a musical instrument. Simply put, he or she will have all the things we wished we’d had growing up.