Feb 26, 2018

A Day At The Park

Saturday the 17th was our annual Adoptive Family Picnic for Tampa. We all gathered at Ballast Point Park. We were nestled in the perfect spot, between the playground, the Gazebo and the bay. It was an wonderful location with the nice breeze and a view of the horse farm just across the street. Once we […]
Feb 24, 2018

Love: The Heart Of Adoption

Love! When I think of love many different and wonderful adoption stories come to mind. However, there is one story that really stands out. I had the opportunity to work with two adoptive fathers from Hawaii. These guys had such big hearts! After already going through the many challenges adoptive parents face during the adoption […]
Jan 23, 2018

My Own Son

Coming from a big family, I’ve always liked kids. So when I started dating my future wife, it was just fine with me that she had a 3 year old son. We got to hang out quite a bit, because his dad left before he was born. This poor little kid never had a dad, […]
A Day To Celebrate No Matter What
Jan 22, 2018

Everyday’s A Gift, Especially A Birthday

My oldest son Zackary and I have a very special bond, because we were both adopted. Yesterday was my son's 18th birthday!! Like most parents we can't believe how fast the time has flown. Zack had an amazing day hanging out with friends and doing what he loves best, FISHING! We let him miss another […]
Using Legos To Build A Better Team
Jan 16, 2018

Using Legos To Build A Better Team

You know how sometimes it is the little things that get you excited? For me those things are never having to pay full price(Coupon Queen), a belly laugh from my quiet introverted daughter, and Peach Fresca,the be all, end all of liquid beverages. I’m also really excited about our upcoming staff meeting/team building. To take […]
Jan 05, 2018

New Service Being Offered! Your Adoption Finance Coach!

It’s an exciting time here at the agency. Being the beginning of the year, we take the time to reflect on the work we have done in the last year, the families we had a hand in helping to grow, the annual photo cards we receive that show us how big children have gotten, but […]