We’re honored that you might consider us to care for your child.
We’re honored that you may be considering us to care for your child, and we’re thrilled that you’re considering making an adoption plan for your child. We couldn’t be more thankful and appreciative for your selfless decision. We greatly look forward to meeting you and learning about your journey up to this point, and how we can best serve you and this child in the months and years to come.
Our Wedding Day
How We Met
It’s been a wonderful adventure all along the way!
Even though Jamie didn’t remember, we first met in law school, and then, after graduation, re-met each other at a housewarming party for a mutual friend. Unbeknownst to Preston, just a short while later, Jamie began jokingly telling friends at the party that the two of them had secretly eloped after law school and that Preston was her husband. Welp, it turned out that way in the end, anyway! We dated for 3 years, got engaged in 2017, built a house, and married in 2018. It’s been a wonderful adventure all along the way!
Our trip to Cuba
This is the right time to embrace a new member of our family.
Since we were married, adoption has always been a topic of conversation for growing our family. Even before marriage, Jamie has felt called to adopt. Our love of family and desire to have a large, close-knit family has only grown since we said our vows. And, as our roots have deepened in our community and church, we knew this was the right time to embrace a new member of our family. Words can’t describe how excited we are to start this new chapter in our lives to love on and provide for your child.
Our home at Christmas
We love having plenty of space, yet a cozy atmosphere in our home and built our house with entertaining and family in mind.
Preston’s mom and dad worked together to build our dream home. We love having plenty of space, yet a cozy atmosphere in our home and built our house with entertaining and family in mind. We have a big patio with a fireplace for lounging and enjoying good weather, as well as a backyard fit for some family fun. We are lucky enough to have several best friends and members of our church who live within a couple of blocks with their young children, and we see them often. Our Godchildren often spruce up our driveway up with colorful sidewalk chalk. We love having the freedom to walk over to a friend’s home for dinner during the week or an afternoon grill out on the weekends. Your child will experience community and safety in our neighborhood (and an impressive display of holiday spirit from our neighbors and us!).