A Letter from Bryan & Ally
Hello from Alaska!
We are excited to start our family through adoption! We’ve been married for 14 happy years and look forward to becoming first-time parents. We share a strong Catholic faith and love to travel. With Bryan in the Air Force we’ve been able to experience different places, and we hope to travel the world with our child one day. Ally will be a stay-at-home mom and we are excited to pass on family traditions, Bryan’s love for sports and teamwork, and to be there for our child in every way possible.
We would love to get to know you and the kind of adoption you’d like. Thank you for learning more about us!
We met online, and after a year of long-distance dating we got married. We have wanted to raise a child for many years and have been through several failed fertility treatments. We feel God has led us to adopt a child and we pray one day we’ll get the opportunity.
We enjoy time together, watching movies, talking, and visiting with family and friends. We love to travel too, which is a blessing of being in the military. Every Sunday we attend church on base, where we volunteer and Ally sings in the choir, and afterward everyone mingles and socializes. We would love to share our faith and pass on values of love and kindness toward others.
Ally goes out of her way to help others, and is caring, kind, and humble. She works at the Child Development Center on base, caring for infants. Ally loves being part of each baby’s development, which is why I know she’ll be an attentive, devoted stay-at-home mom after we adopt.
Ally enjoys spending time with family and friends, traveling, watching movies, exploring new restaurants, and music. She is fluent in Spanish and English, and looks forward to creating a safe, nurturing home for our future child. There is no doubt in my mind that she will be a great mother.
I love Bryan’s kindness, calmness, and patience. He makes me laugh, is playful, and goofy, though he can be a little shy at first. Bryan is supportive, a wonderful provider, and good-hearted. He serves in the military police with his degree in Criminal Justice. One of the things Bryan likes most about his work is being part of a team who shares a bond like no other.
Bryan loves time with family and friends, as well as working out at the gym and playing sports. He’s always at ease playing with or teaching other children in our lives and I know Bryan will be an amazing, fun, devoted, involved father.
We live in a spacious two-story, three-bedroom home, in a beautiful, friendly neighborhood. We have a small backyard with room to put a swing or play set. We look forward to setting up the nursery soon!
Our neighbors are fellow military families and they’re extremely close and supportive. Our neighborhood is always full of children playing together. We live close to one of the biggest national parks in the country, as well as to many beautiful spots to explore. It’s always fun to see moose and foxes roaming around on base! We love the summer weather and the Aurora Borealis, “Northern Lights,” in the winter.
We are very close to our families, many of whom live in California. We visit as often as we can! We also have relatives throughout the US, such as in Washington, Florida, and New York, as well as some of Ally’s family living in Mexico and France.
Bryan comes from a smaller family and Ally comes from a big family, but on both sides, home-cooked FOOD is a huge tradition! Bryan’s side celebrates the major holidays all together, making his grandparents’ favorite recipes, and he can’t wait to pass down his love for the family’s homemade Italian dishes! Ally’s family hosts a reunion in Mexico every year, playing baseball and soccer, traveling to see different places. They have an outdoor Easter barbecue, make homemade tamales at Christmas, and bake buñuelos for New Year (which is a Mexican fried dough fritter with cinnamon sugar). Yum!
We enjoy all the home-cooked meals our parents taught us, but mostly we simply enjoy each other’s company. Everyone is excited to welcome a new member to the family!
We promise to cherish the honor of being your child’s mom and dad. We promise to love and care for your child unconditionally, and to help him or her reach personal dreams and goals. We’ll teach kindness through our actions, and be your child’s biggest supporter.
If you’d like, we would love to have an open adoption, sharing pictures and videos, phone calls, visits, emails, or whatever you are most comfortable with. We will honor the kind of relationship you want. We promise to talk about you with love, and gratitude, and to keep praying for you, as we raise this child to be proud of our family’s adoption story.
If you’d like to talk or learn more, please call or text Lifetime at 1.800.923.6784..
God bless you,
Bryan & Ally
Learn More About Bryan & Ally
|Our Education||Bachelors degree in June 2020||Some College|
|Our Professions||Security Forces in the United States Air Force||Child & Youth Program Assistant|
|Our Racial Background||Caucasian||Hispanic|
|Some of Bryan & Ally's Favorites|
|Food||Pizza and Mexican||Seafood|
|Sports Team||Los Angeles Lakers||Los Angeles Lakers|
|Movies||All Marvel movies||What Dreams May Come, and The Shack|
|Music Genre||Classic Rock, Hip Hop, and Pop||Folk and Pop|
|Travel Spot||Brussels, Belgium||Bernkastel-Kues, Germany|
|Hobby||Lifting weights||Singing in the church choir|
|More About Our Family|
|We Prefer a Child Who Is...|
|Age of Child|
Newborn to 3 months old
We would love twins!
|Ethnicity of Child||Caucasian, Hispanic, Hispanic/Caucasian|
|Future Contact with Birth Family|
We are open to sharing letters, pictures, and visits to your comfort level.
Thank you for taking the time to read through our website and getting to know a bit about us. We look forward to sharing our love for family with your child, teaching them about God and helping them to grow into the person they were meant to be. We promise to be there for them every step of the way and to teach them kindness, understanding, and compassion. We hope to speak with you soon!