Dear Expectant Mother,
We are a close-knit Indian family, looking forward to expand through adoption. Both of us (Roja & Surya) are software engineers living in San Jose CA. Srihan (6) is our son who is an ever- smiling kid, and is always exploring the world (like a typical kindergartener). He can’t wait to play with a little sibling.
We had a complicated pregnancy with Srihan and we think adoption is the best option to expand our family. Our hearts are open, and we have never felt that biology makes a difference in loving a child. We look forward to an opportunity to nuture and add another child to our family. Surya & Roja
We met online and began dating. We dated for one year and then married in India. We are very happy to be together. We support each other’s ideas and opinions, and respect, trust and love each other. We also have fun and enjoy a healthy and active lifestyle together. We like to be involved in activities such as hiking, watching movies and entertaining and spending time with our family and friends.
We are an extraordinarily ordinary couple with a difference of opinions. Most conflicts are resolved with a discussion about each other’s views on the situation and a compromise when needed. Big decisions are made together and little ones are made individually keeping each other’s perspective in mind. We have a solid foundation for marriage and parenthood. We understand communication is the key in any relationship and have good talks.
We are from India which has a lot of festivals and we try to celebrate festivals from both cultures. We would like to share the values we have learned from our parents to our children. At the same time, we understand that age isn’t a factor for teaching values and will be open to learn values from our children too.
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I am the first child to my parents and I have a younger sister. My mother died when I was 5 years old. My father died when I was 7 years old. We were raised by my maternal grandparents. My maternal uncle and aunt supported my grandparents to raise us. Both of us went to the same school. We received good care and love from our grandparents.
After completing graduation, I came to the US to pursue a Masters with my uncle and sister’s help. For the past 2 years I have worked for Apple.
I am the 4th child to my mom and dad. I grew up with 2 sisters and 2 brothers in a small town in India. We are all in good health and settled well. After my graduation, I came to the USA to pursue a masters degree and have been working with Google for six years.
Meet Big Brother Srihan
We have a son Srihan (6) who is going into 1st grade. He is an ever-smiling, music-loving, happy kid. He enjoys drawing, reading, hiking and playing Legos. He has regular play dates in the neighborhood. Srihan was born prematurely and receiving therapies for very mild developmental delays. However, his delays are very minor and not very obvious to his friends and teachers. He goes to a regular school and is thriving there.
Meet Our Family
I (Roja) have four well-settled, married siblings. A couple of siblings are in Los Angeles and we regularly meet them on vacations, and regularly talk to the other siblings on the phone who are India. My parents also live in India. Surya has one sibling who lives very near to our home. We regularly meet with them over the weekends. Surya’s maternal uncle has extended family in the Bay Area; we have regular gatherings for weekends and holidays.
Apart from the family, we also have close friends who we meet up regularly and look out for each other.
We own a 3 bedroom house in San Jose, California. We have a cute backyard with lots of place to play and also various fruit trees and plants.
We feel that parenting is one important job that’s underrated.
We feel that it’s a big responsibility which also comes with a great reward. At the same time, we enjoy spending time with little ones like playing, talking, making crafts, nurturing and teaching them important life lessons. I (Roja) used to take care of our neighbor’s babies as a kid and never felt that kids need to come from you in order to have that bonding. We both have siblings and we would like Srihan to experience the sibling bond too. We promise that we will treat both of our children the same.
Thank you birth mothers for your time. Whatever maybe your decision, we respect your decision, wish you and your family good luck and a happy life.
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