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Status: Qualified for Adoption

About Sarah

  • Sarah
  • 42
  • CC
  • Christian
  • College
  • Teacher
  • Card Making, Jewelry Making, Scrap booking, Reading
  • I enjoy play with my daughter, spending time with family and friends, and watching baseball
  • Crafts, playing/spending time with my daughter
  • outgoing, fun, loving
I am the oldest of two children. My parents, brother, sister-in-law and my niece are all close to me and my daughter. I graduated from college in 2004 with my education degree and went on to teach in Manila, Philippines. I have sense moved back home to the US and have taught in the public-school system for the last 12 years. I currently teach kindergarten and love seeing children learn new things. I adopted my daughter nine years ago and it was the best thing that has ever happened to me. I enjoy spending time with my daughter at home, out at the local zoo, playing with friends and family or at one of her softball games. I am very active in my local church where I teach Sunday school and children's church. My faith in Jesus Christ is a very important part of my life. I have a few very close friends that I and my daughter like to do things with. We enjoy traveling to see family and friends.

Dear Birthmother

Hello! I have always believed that birth mothers are very brave. Making the decision to have a baby and then give it a better life that what you can provide for it takes courage. It is the ultimate sacrifice and know that I have the utmost respect for you. You will always be a part of an adoptive families life and the baby will know that they were loved by their birth mother and that you chose what you felt would be best for them. They are a gift that is the greatest that anyone can give Faith, family, and friends are the three most important things in my life. I will strive to be the best example for my children so that these things might become the most important things in their lives as well. I believe that this is accomplished by my children knowing that it was out of love that their birth mothers chose to give them life and a better life than they could see giving them themselves. Know that your child will be loved by me and my daughter. We are beyond excited to welcome another person into our family. I know that the decision to choose adoption by a birth mother is one of the hardest decisions ever made. Know that you will forever be in my heart and prayers.

Reason to Adopt

I love being a mom. I want to grow my family and believe adoption is the right way for me to do this. I adopted my daughter and it was the best decision that I ever made. I always saw myself with more than one child and am excited to add another person to my family and for my daughter to have a sibling. My daughter has wanted to be a big sister for many years. She understands how adoption works and she is exited to add to our family with the baby that is just right for our family. Not a day goes by that we do not talk about what life will look like and be like when we are a family of three. Like I said before, we are both excited to add to our family and we look forward to sharing our love with a new baby.


My family is very close. My daughter has many aunts, uncles, and cousins. Growing up my extended family was close, and we have remained that way so my children will know that family is always there for them and that they are loved. Any time family comes to visit, or we visit them a big dinner is planned, and we all enjoy spending time together. My brother and sister in law live just a few houses from my parents and we all attend the same church, so it is common to see each other five to six days a week. My daughter and her cousin are best friends. As a single parent it was very important to me that my children had two sets of grandparents. We had very close family friends growing up who have always treated me as their daughter. When I chose to adopt nine years ago, I went to them and asked if they would be willing to be the second set of grandparents to my daughter. They were overjoyed and they have welcomed her into their family as well. She has two uncles and aunt along with a younger cousin on that side of the family. Not only did their immediate family accept my daughter into their family, the entire extended family did as well. I love when our families get together for holidays and any time a relative comes to town to visit. There are two sets of families that are overjoyed to have another baby added to the family. My daughter loves being a part of our immediate and extended family.