We understand that it must be overwhelming to try to choose an adoptive family for your baby. You are a brave person for making such a decision, and we admire your willingness to make such a selfless choice for your baby. We hope that you find all the love and support you and your baby deserve throughout your pregnancy and beyond. No matter what you decide to do, we want you to know that there are a lot of wonderful people that are ready to help you through this challenging time—you are not alone.
We feel fortunate to have found each other six years ago. There is no doubt that we are soul mates, and that we were always destined to be together. It would have been nice had met a little sooner, but better late than never. We have the same dorky sense of humor, the same interests, and the same life goals. We support each other in every way.
Unfortunately, we are not able to have a child naturally. We attempted some medical treatments to help us conceive, but we were not successful. It took some time to come to terms with our reality before deciding to adopt. Although nature may not be cooperating with us, we know that we are prepared to become loving parents, and we have a lot to offer a child. We are very hopeful that this process will help us start the family that we have always dreamed of.
We live in Northern California on a couple acres with our two dogs: Copper (7) and Smokey (6). We love our 3-bedroom ranch style home and our community. We cannot think of a better and safer place to raise a child. Our neighborhood is full of great people with whom we have become good friends. It is not uncommon to come home and find random gifts and treats on our front porch. There is no traffic, and there is not much noise other than a distant train that likes to honk a little too much sometimes. Our neighbors have sheep and goats that our dogs are still very interested in meeting, and there are lots of rabbits hopping around in the morning.
And don’t worry about the dogs—they are super gentle, and they will love your baby too!
Our Daily Lives
On weekends, we like going out on our boat to try and catch fish—so far, the fish are winning. We like riding our bikes and throwing the ball for our dogs to fetch. Copper loves the ball so much that he takes it to bed with him. Smokey is more interested in trying beat Copper to the ball even though he does not really want it that much. We enjoy visiting new places and exploring different cultures. We like staying up late and sleeping in too, but we know that those days are coming to an end if we are blessed with a new baby.
We love spending time with extended family and close friends. Going out to dinner, family barbeques, watching movies, playing in the pool (not ours), going to concerts—we do all the same stuff that most people do when they are not working and taking care of responsibilities. It’s not all fun and games, but we think we have a good balance between work and play.
I come from a very traditional Chinese family but have embraced the American culture. I’m fluent in Cantonese and English. Growing up, I helped and watched my mom cook many traditional Chinese dishes which I still cook today. I also enjoy cooking dishes from other cultures (Japanese, Korean, American, etc.). I love to work on home improvement projects: painting, woodworking and landscaping. I plan to take some flower arrangement and welding classes soon because I love to be creative and learn new things. Living a balanced life is very important to me. I like exercising, including bike riding and going on long walks. I’m a very independent person who works hard while still finding time to enjoy the important things in life like family (including Copper and Smokey) and friends.
My childhood passion was cars. When I was young, my Dad and I spent many weekends working on old Ford trucks. When I turned 16, I bought a 1966 Chevelle that I fixed up. I spent many hours working on that car, and by the time I finished high school I had become a pretty good mechanic. I decided to turn my hobby into a career and go to an automotive technical school where I could learn the trade. After graduation, I worked for a luxury car dealership for a few years before I decided to use my automotive knowledge in a different way. I became a technical editor for a company that publishes automotive repair information, an accidental career that couldn’t have worked out better if I had planned it. Eventually I went back to school to get a degree in technical writing so that I could grow in my profession, and I am pursuing an MBA degree right now.
Our Promise to You
We don’t claim to be perfect, but should you choose us we promise to love your baby unconditionally, provide a happy and safe home, and to provide every possible opportunity in life. To learn more about us, please contact Little Angel Adoptions at 1-888-281-8948.
All the best, James and Jerrica