Thank you from the bottom of our hearts for taking the time to learn about us. We absolutely love children and always knew we wanted them. Both of us come from a Catholic, Polish American family and we have so many fun traditions we would love to pass down to a child. After trying for few years, we were unable to get pregnant. We realized there are more ways than one to become a family. That is what led us to adoption. We want you to feel comfortable and know we would like an open relationship with you if that is what you should choose. We would like what is best for you and your child.
Where We Live
We live in a quiet, lovely Northwest suburb of Chicago, IL. Our neighbors are friendly and warm. Our families live nearby and we see them often. In the Summer, we spend weekends at David’s family’s lake house.
Where We Met!
We often hung out as a group of friends and went to cafes and out dancing. We lost touch for a couple of years. Then in college, we ran into each other at a restaurant. We started talking and laughing about old times and hit it off. We both graduated from college, David from Northeastern Illinois University and Cindy from Loyola University Chicago. David studied Earth Science, Cindy studied Business. Currently, Cindy works as teacher assistant in an elementary school and David is a manager at a hardware store. We have fun together as a couple because we have a lot of things in common. We enjoy the same movies and shows as well as going out for Mexican food TEACHING DAVID TO PLAY THE PIANO and bike riding to our local park.
Our Hopes & Dreams
We are two very caring, loving individuals and wish to teach your child the important values that we believe in. We find it important to respect and help others. We like to treat people the way we want to be treated. Our hope for our future child is to have a good heart and be selfless. We love helping people as well as animals. When our brother in law had a stroke while Cindy’s sister was pregnant, we helped by watching our nephew as often as we were able to. We also did whatever my sister needed, whether it was cleaning her house or driving her to the hospital to see her husband. This is just an example of how important it is to help and love others.