Coley & Kayla
We met in college in 2010. We endured many ups and downs throughout our college experience, including long distance and growing up together. On Valentine's Day in 2015, Coley took a knee in front of the Biltmore Estate and we began the next step in our lives. We bought a house soon after and settled down in my hometown. We adopted a sweet puppy, Bo, who is definitely spoiled rotten. He's our fur baby and boy, does he know it! We got married on July 30, 2016 in his hometown. It was a beautiful day surrounded by our family and friends. Since then, we have both graduated with our Master’s degrees. We were diagnosed with infertility and explored options, but felt called towards adoption. We are excited to be parents and expand our family, and Bo is definitely excited to be a big brother!
We are excited to welcome to our family a boy, girl, or twins (of any gender combination) newborn to three months through open, semi-open or closed adoption.
DEAR EXPECTANT MOTHER
Let us just start out by saying that we have been praying for you continuously. We are so grateful for you. We understand how difficult this must be and we are in awe of your strength and selflessness. We hope that you can see the love we have for each other, our family, and our friends. Our family and friends are extremely excited to welcome a child into our lives. Your child will be loved and cherished from the day we meet you.
We feel that we have been led to adoption after years of infertility. God has given us this opportunity to expand our family and share our experience with others who may be going through similar situations.
We hope that through CAS you feel welcome and loved. You are not alone through this. We are here to support you as you make an adoption plan for your precious child. Your child will be loved by not only us, but by our entire family and all of our friends.
Kayla and Coley
Lead Environmental Health and Safety Manager
M.S. in Safety
Hunting, Fishing, Boating
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M.Ed in Education
Reading, Baking, Boating
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