Margaret & Kenny #7190

Margaret & Kenny #7190

7190Thank you for taking the time to learn about us. This is a tough choice for you to make. We know that, and respect your strength as you consider your options.

We feel fortunate to have a strong relationship and a wonderful life together, and look forward to sharing love, laughter, and a warm, supportive home with a child. Margaret is an art professor and artist; Kenny is a filmmaker and musician. We met in college, but didn’t start dating until after college, when our mutual friend Eli told us it was obvious we would make a great couple. Eli was right– we’ve been together for 15 years! We make a good team and know we can rely on each other for support in both joyful and difficult times.

We just enjoy spending time together, whether that’s hiking, exploring new places, listening to music, seeing art, or cooking together. Extended family is important to us; we love spending time with our nieces, nephews, and friends’ kids. We can’t wait to expand our life to include a child and are looking forward to giving him or her all of our love and a wide open future full of opportunity, education, and a variety of experiences.

We live in Brooklyn and also have a house in Pennsylvania. We feel like we get the best of both worlds this way– the museums, concerts and vibrant city life of New York City, and the more relaxed pace and open green spaces of Pennsylvania. We’re grateful to have strong, supportive and diverse communities of friends and family in both places.

We’re dedicated to open adoption and hope to find a level of openness that we are all comfortable with, through letters, photos, and visits. Or, if you prefer less openness, we’re flexible and understand that choice too. We can only imagine how difficult and overwhelming this decision must be and wish you all the best through this process and beyond.

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By |2016-12-15T08:38:16-05:00February 11th, 2015|Uncategorized|1 Comment

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One Comment

  1. Edmar December 19, 2015 at 3:20 am - Reply

    Thank you for this thoughtful essay. My 5 year old duethgar and 22 month old son are both adopted from China. We use a lot of books as well as normal discussion. We’re just incorporating the discussion of her time in China, her birthparents etc., all along in discussions we have about everything. She knows that in our family, nothing is taboo to discuss we have fabulous discussions and either of us can bring the subject up at any time. (I might add we discuss everything from adoption to faith to politics to style/design to sports all are integrated into our lives.) I love that you suggested letting them take the lead as to the intensity of the conversation. I will continue to be pro-active in the discussion of both children’s formative year in China.

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