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Francis and Christine

Status: Qualified for Adoption

About Francis

  • Francis
  • 36
  • AA
  • Christian
  • College
  • Auto sales
  • Gardening, working on the yard, cooking.
  • Biking, traveling, camping, singing.
  • Machines, electronics, farming, family.
  • Calm, family-orientated, loyal
I was raised in Kenya with my 6 siblings. As the second born child, I learned to become a key provider in the family. I was working as a chef at a golf course in Nairobi when I won the green-card lottery and was able to move to Arizona. My Kenyan uncle and his wife supported me during my first year in the USA. I became a medical assistant and got my US citizenship. I then met my wife when we were both working at the hospital. We wanted to start a family right away but we have issues with fertility so we are hoping to adopt children. We were able to visit my family in Kenya in 2017 and we communicate often. I am ready to have my own family here in the USA which is now my home.

About Christine

  • Christine
  • 44
  • CC
  • Christian
  • Post College
  • Nurse practitioner
  • Gardening, baking, reading.
  • Biking, swimming, camping, hiking, singing, traveling.
  • Health, family, culture, nature.
  • Caring, attentive, peace-loving.
I grew up in a large family and have more than 50 nieces and nephews. I was raised in the country near a small Minnesota town. I baby-sat at a young age and worked on neighboring farms until I became a nursing assistant. I then decided to go for nursing and eventually became a nurse practitioner once moving to Arizona. I enjoy my career but I want a family of my own. I want to focus on raising children with my husband. I want to help children become successful members of society. I did not want to pursue fertility treatments so we decided to adopt our children. I am realistic and ready for the trials and joys of parenthood. We would love to have twins.

Dear Birthmother

Thank you for considering us as adoptive parents for your twin baby girls. We understand that adoption planning can be scary and filled with uncertainty. Although we have not experienced adoption from your perspective, we respect and honor people who choose adoption as a positive solution. From our perspective, adoption builds on the premise that it takes a village to raise a child. We believe that each child is a gift from God. Many people in the village play different roles in helping a child to grow and learn. Each person's role in a child's life is directed by God. Your precious role was to help create these children. We want to play the role as adoptive parents who will work to provide the children unconditional love, a warm and safe home environment, positive interaction with people of all ages, a Christian upbringing, family travel vacations, good education, financial support and an emotional support system they can build on for the rest of their lives. We want to help these babies become healthy, happy and successful members of society. And we know it all starts with you. We are ever grateful for people like you who consider adoption. We hope you will choose us as the adoptive parents of your twin girls. Thank you for your role in the village family.

Reason to Adopt

In 2008 we both moved to Arizona - Francis from Kenya and Christine from Minnesota. We met in 2014, married in 2016, and have been trying for a baby ever since. It was heartbreaking that we could not conceive, but we have hope in adoption. We also believe that adoption helps us play a role in the village family. Francis worked in the medical field and now works in auto sales and Christine works as a family nurse practitioner. Both of our schedules are flexible so that one of us will always be able to be with the child. We also have a large family support network including family members, friends, church members, neighbors and co-workers.