Over the years our family has grown, it now includes three children and two toy poodles. As a family we traded in the tradition of Saturday night Star Trek for Wednesday night Masked Singer.
Nothing in our lives is as important to us as being parents.
Our children share in our love of games, our love of reading, and our love of laughter. Also, our love of vacations.
We absolutely love the children we have already, but we always thought that there would be more. We feel that adopting will make our family feel complete.
Our children share in our love of games, our love of reading, and our love of laughter. Also, our love of vacations. We make regular pilgrimages to Disneyland, truly the happiest place on earth, corndogs and churros notwithstanding, to Betsey’s family on the farm in Oregon, which is home to cousins, horses and other animals galore, St. George, the land of red rock hikes, sun and pool parties, and Island Park, filled with adventure surrounded by forest and yummy Old Faithful ice cream.
We live in a sunny, green town in northern Utah, and most of Miles’ family lives within a half hour drive. That means great big family dinners, with nearly a dozen kids running around and whatever Miles’ brother put on the smoker this week. Our children have no better friends than each-other and their cousins, which isn’t to say they don’t have other friends. Our children’s favorite pastime is keeping watch out our front window waiting to spot a playmate that they can run, scoot, or ride out to join. There are children playing everywhere in our neighborhood and no one can go long without finding a friend or three.