Thank you so much for taking the time to look at our profile; we are thankful for your consideration. We are very excited to grow our family through adoption. We cannot imagine how difficult this is for you and we want you to know we pray for you daily. 

About us: We have been together over 7 years and married for 4 years. We love living in Wyoming and purchased our home in 2018. It has 4 bedrooms, 2 full baths, and a huge yard. We have 4 dogs who love children and love to go exploring. About a year ago, we found out we would not be able to conceive children; but we didn’t let the news slow us down. We made the decision to adopt and we could not be more excited! We go on adventures as often as we can with the dogs and the camper. Skyler is 26 and loves to read, do anything outdoors, see new places, scrapbook, and most of all spend time with family. Joseph is 29 and loves to go to the movies, be outside, explore new places, work on his truck, and spend time with family.  We have 2 young nephews who we adore! Skyler’s family is in Colorado, about 2 hours away. We go visit them as often as we can. Joseph’s family is less than 10 minutes away, so we spend a lot of time with them. 

Skyler: Growing up my family moved about every 2 years due to my mother’s job. I am thankful for all the moving as it made me very social and it fueled my love of seeing new places. I moved to Wyoming in 2011 and absolutely love it here! I have a younger sister and brother, they have the kindest hearts and can’t wait to be an Auntie and Uncle! My mother and I were very close up until she passed away in 2016. My dad and I are close, he is the reason I love the outdoors. My family spent so much time together hiking, rafting, skiing, and much more. I work as a service advisor, I have been at my current job for 4 years and I don’t foresee ever leaving. I was employee of the year in 2018, I am the youngest and only person in my position to ever receive this award. 

Joseph: My family moved to Wyoming from Texas when I was one years old. My mother still lives in the house we grew up in. I have an older sister and younger sister, who I am close with. My mom and I are very close, she is the strongest person I know. My dad passed away in 2014, I loved helping him with projects. I helped my parents remodel their house; this is one of my fondest childhood memories. I am a mechanic and have been one for over 11 years; I absolutely love it. I was just promoted to lead mechanic! My family would go camping, fishing, and hiking during the summer -we basically lived at the lake.

For both of us family is incredibly important. We both have great relationships with our own families and each other’s families. We cannot wait to grow our family and make new memories and traditions. We have so much love to give to your child. If we are selected by you, we will give your child all the love, support, and encouragement he / she could ever need. 

With love, 
Joseph and Skyler

Hi there, 

Even if you don’t read another word about our family - if you take a look at us and we aren’t the right fit -, please know that we are humbled by your strength. We are in awe of the selflessness of the decision you are considering. We know you want the best for your child. It seems important to start with that. Should you choose adoption, we hope more than anything you find a family that matches your needs and values for your baby. But also know, if we are that match, that it would be our greatest honor to join you on this parenting journey. 

Emily grew up in the shadow of Vermont’s Green Mountains, playing basketball and softball and spending family vacations hiking in northern New England. Brendan was raised sailing off the coast of Maine and ski racing around the world. We stayed on the East Coast for college - our parents live in Vermont and Maine still. Our paths crossed at a mutual friend’s wedding eight years ago. A sense of adventure and a deep love for time well spent outside drew us west to Wyoming and ultimately each other. 

We live in a log cabin with a backyard big enough for a small vegetable garden and bedroom views of our favorite ski trails. Brendan is the Art Director and lead graphic designer for an outdoor clothing company. Emily, passionate about helping all students feel prepared to pursue a college education, works as a school counselor at the high school. We both have jobs that challenge us in a town where we love to live. This makes us happy. 

On weekends we are often known to be riding our bikes in Idaho or skiing in the Tetons. We love to travel to the deserts of Utah and the Canadian Rockies of British Columbia with our tow-behind camper and 10-year-old yellow lab, Mizpah. Several times a year we head east to see our siblings, their young children, our parents, and our grandparents (or to Montana to visit Brendan’s older sister and her family). We are lucky to have spent so much time in beautiful places with each other but the adventure we both look forward to most is growing our family. 

A year ago we found out we are not able to have biological children of our own. This was challenging for us but for so many reasons pursuing adoption feels like where we are supposed to be. Emily has felt drawn to adoption for as long as she can remember; we both have adopted cousins. We have watched close friends have children while maintaining a sense of travel and adventure and love for each other. We are excited for that - excited to raise a child who is kind, values hard work and giving their best; a child who loves to read at bedtime, feels deeply loved by their family, and (hopefully) really likes to ski. 

We look forward to you learning more about us. 

Sending all our love. Take care. Brendan & Emily

Dear Birthparent(s),

We can’t imagine what you’re going through right now, and please know you have our support and love. We commend you for being courageous and making one of the most important and selfless decisions of your life.  

We would love for you to get to know us and the kind of lifestyle we would give to your child. We have been together since 2010 and married since 2012. We have 2 dogs, a bloodhound named Lilly and a border collie/heeler named Sammie. We live in a small community and are excited to raise a family here. We love all things outdoors, from hunting and fishing, to camping, and shooting archery. We both have a passion for rodeo (that’s how we met!) and enjoy riding our horses and roping in the summer. On a typical weekend we could be found with the camper at the lake or roping at the arena with family and friends. 

Family time is one of our top priorities. We have a very large family, most of which live close to us. We make it a point to get together on weekends, holidays, and of course for every birthday. Sunday lunch is always at Heather’s grandparents’ house after church. We have 9 nieces and nephews who we love to spoil and cannot wait to add another cousin to the bunch. We are big Nebraska Cornhusker fans and look forward to taking family trips to Lincoln for a football or volleyball game each year. We are involved in our church and have the best church family. Cory helps as an usher and volunteer with the security team at times while Heather is a pre-school and elementary Sunday school teacher.

About Heather

I was born in Nebraska and raised in a small farming/ranching community in Wyoming. I grew up going on wheat harvest, showing pigs at the county fair, living on the back of a horse, and being very involved in sports and FFA. I have two siblings, an older sister and a younger brother. My family all lives in the same town and is the biggest support system for one another. I went to college in Nebraska but knew Wyoming would always be my home. I am a loan officer at a local community bank where I get to use my passion for helping people and celebrating their achievements.

About Cory

I was born in Wyoming but have lived numerous places as my dad was in the Air Force. It eventually led us back to Wyoming where I call home. I have two brothers, one older and one younger. I grew up playing baseball and rodeoing as well as being involved in 4-H and FFA. I got my degree in diesel mechanics and welding/joining and worked as a pipe welder for a welding shop before being offered my current job. I am now a pumper for an oil company and really enjoy what I do. I am a baseball coach for a youth league and still like to help coach bull riders and do a little welding when I can. 

We cannot thank you enough for blessing us with this opportunity.  We promise to give all the love we have to your child while making sure they know how loved they are by God and you. We are excited to be on this journey and so grateful for your consideration.

With love,

Cory and Heather


Thank you so much for giving us this opportunity to introduce ourselves.  We are George, Cara and Max. We are grateful that you love your unborn child so much that you are willing to consider an adoption plan for him or her.  We met over seven years ago and life has been an adventure since. It is our dream that we can add to our family through adoption. We look forward to developing an open relationship with the birth parents of our adoptive child.  

A little about us:

We will be married five years in December but have been together over seven years.  We met online and knew quickly we belonged together. Cara was born and raised in a small town in Nebraska with her two sisters.  She graduated from the University of Wyoming with a Bachelors degree in Elementary Education and a Masters in Instructional Leadership.  Cara currently works as an elementary school principal and has 16 years of teaching and leadership experience in education. George was born and raised in Okene, Nigeria with three brothers and two sisters.  He graduated from the University of Wyoming with a Bachelors degree in Geology. George is a pipeline engineer for the federal government as well as a Captain in the Army Reserves. Currently George is deployed to Somalia but will be able to return to the United States should we be selected by birth parents.  

We live just outside of Cheyenne, WY on 35 acres of land with our son (Max) and dog (Zoey).  Zoey is our 11 year old dog who loves attention, exploring our land, being lazy and playing with Max.  In 2016 we welcomed our adopted son Max into the world. Max is a smart, energetic three year old with a great sense of humor.  We were blessed to be able to build a very positive relationship with Max’s birth mom prior to his arrival. We went to several doctor’s appointments with her and were even lucky enough to be in the hospital when he was born.  We continue to have a close relationship with her, sending pictures and getting together with her and her family every few months. We are open to building as open of a relationship with birth parents as they desire.  

We are an active family that loves to travel, camp and attend family events in the area.  We try to take one to two trips a year as a family to new destinations. This summer we were fortunate to be able to take Max to Disney World.  It was the first-time visiting Disney for all of us. It was fun to explore a new place and made for a great family trip before George left for his deployment.  We also like to spend quite a bit of time camping during our summers. Max loves exploring the outdoors and camping gives us an opportunity to disconnect from day to day life and reconnect as a family.  We are very close to our extended family and spend quite a bit of quality time with them. Cara’s parents and sisters live close by and can be a part of our daily lives. Cara’s parents watch Max daily while both Cara and George work.  George also has two sisters and a brother who live close by. It is common for us to meet up with extended family for dinners, birthdays, holidays, weekend trips to museums, carnivals, sporting events and so much more.

Our home is full of love, laughter, happiness, forgiveness and faith.  We hope to foster a love for learning, travel and giving back within our children.  

Thank you for taking the time to get to know a little about our family.  We wish you the best as you decide what is best for you and your child. We will be praying for you and your baby.

Dear Birthparent(s),

Thank you for taking the time to read our online profile.  There are no words that can describe how thankful we are that you chose life for your child in this world in which there are many other options available to you.  We cannot imagine what you have gone through in order to make one of the most important decisions of your life.  

Our names are Jared and Ashlie.  We have been married for just over nine years, but have been together for fourteen years.  While we were dating, we both knew that we were meant to be parents.  After discovering that we were infertile, our desire to be parents did not waiver.  We thank you for considering us in giving the gift of your child.

Jared works for the school district as a mailroom technician.  Ashlie is a Nurse Practitioner at a local facility. Both of us are highly involved in our church.  Jared plays guitar and leads song service on the worship team while Ashlie is the leader of Sunday school for children ages 3-11.  When we are not at church, we enjoy watching and attending sporting events such as the Denver Broncos and Colorado Rockies.  Ashlie enjoys running as a past time and participating in runs around the area.

In 2009, we built a new house on 5 acres of land.  It has 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms.  From our front porch we can view the Rocky Mountains and enjoy the quiet being in the county can provide.  The land was necessary so our four dogs could be active.  We have a lemon beagle named Bailey, a black lab named Kali, a yellow lab named Cheerio, and a chocolate lab named Chauncey.  The land will also be useful for building a playground for our children.

In March of 2013 we adopted our first son Caleb Michael.  No words can describe the joy he has brought to our lives. Caleb was born with Down syndrome but one would never know as he is perfect in every way.  He was the first grandchild on both sides of the family and is loved by all.  Caleb’s smile and laugh will light up the entire room and warm your heart.  In May of 2015 we were blessed with our second son Landon James. Landon was also born with Down syndrome like his brother.  His personality is as strong as he is. He may be small, but he is mighty.  As a family, we frequent sporting events as well as the Denver Zoo, Denver Aquarium, and Denver Museum of Natural Art as well as many other events in the area.  Spending time together is a priority for us.  We feel that it is the perfect time to expand our family of four and welcome another child into our home and hearts.    

We feel as though instilling our children with honesty, forgiveness, and God’s word are essential to their upbringing.  Our children will be raised in church and we desire to instill Christian values.  Both of us plan to spend as much time as possible with our children and show them all of our love.  We promise that if we are selected by you, we will always give all that we have to your child.  Thank you for blessing us with this opportunity.

God Bless,

Jared and Ashlie   

We are so excited to welcome a child into our family!  We have always considered adoption as a way to grow our family and are now in the perfect place in life to take that step.  We have been together for sixteen years and married for ten.  We’ve learned to navigate life’s ups and downs as a team, always there for each other no matter what.  We will be a great parenting team and will provide the love and support all parents want for their child. If our dog could talk she would say the same thing.

We fell in love through our shared interests.  We both studied hydrogeology and met working together as scientific researchers in Massachusetts, where we grew up.  Our first adventure together was moving to Jackson Hole, Wyoming for one winter of skiing, which turned into 15 years.  Jess now works as an emergency first responder and Jona as a land surveyor.  We both enjoy our jobs and like that our work schedules are flexible to accommodate our family life.

We are grateful to have great access to the outdoors, where we spend most of our free time, and to live in a close-knit community.  Watching our friends’ kids grow up here has reinforced what a wonderful place Jackson is to have a family.  We live in one of the most family-friendly neighborhoods just a mile from downtown and connected by a bike path.  After buying our home we did a full renovation to make it ours. We still enjoy doing DIY projects, cooking in our open kitchen, stretching out and reading on our sofa, and retreating to the family room to watch NetFlix.  We can already see our child sitting with us for dinners, taking walks on the trails through our neighborhood, and playing in the backyard.  We believe our child’s life will be full of curiosity, learning, and outdoor adventures.

We don’t want to pretend to know what your situation is or what you need, but we hope you have support during this time.  The one bit of consolation we hope to offer is that we will provide a loving and nurturing home if you choose us to parent your child.  During the adoption application process, we were asked the question, “How will you portray your child’s birth parent(s) in a positive light?”  We answered, “The choice of adoption by the birthparents was out of enormous love for their child and we will always be grateful they chose us as parents.” 


Thanks for looking at our profile! Nate and I are grateful for your time and consideration.  We wish you the best in this life, and this particular point in time.

I guess we'll tell you a little about ourselves.  We live out in the country on our small place, next to Nate's parents.  It's pretty much a simple hobby farm life. We have horses, chickens, rabbits, dogs, and a cat to look after.  I must say, they are fun and bring lots of joy.  I also try my hand at gardening (although I need a lot of help, it’s still rewarding and fun).  Nate works hard, and spends his free time running tractors, enhancing our vehicles, and helping others.  We love spending time together working on our place, visiting friends and family, or exploring something new.  We are very grateful for the country life, we just wish we had kids to share it with.  We've been married since 2010, and have not been able to have kids of our own. It is certainly a hole in our lives, which is very hard to put into words.  We have ten nieces/nephews (and counting), and we love them very much! Nate's immediate family is just down the road, and no more than 2 hours away.  My family lives in other states, which makes visits fun and special.  

We grew up in very different ways. My Dad was in the Air Force for the beginning of my childhood. I got to live in a handful of different places (including the country of Panama) and I have experienced different cultures.  Even though we moved a lot, our stability was our family; we always had each other.  I guess you could say my experience was more “city” life.  Nate was raised on his family’s cattle ranch.  He has the experience of life-long friends and community; and taking care of others.  Our different experiences, but love of the same country life, make us an amazing team.  Our meeting was truly an act of God. I was living in a suburb of Phoenix and had just finished an equine science degree. I was interning at a horse training barn when a client asked if I would go to Wyoming and ride his horses for the summer.  I had never been there, but it sounded like a good adventure where I was sure I could learn more about horses and see some different country for a few months.  That man happened to be Nate's neighbor.  God had a plan for us to meet, and still has a plan for us to grow a family, even if we can't see it yet.  We find peace in that. We hope you find peace in knowing there is a plan for you, and your baby too, even if you can't see what it is exactly yet.

Thank you again, for reading a little about us.  If you have questions, please reach out and ask Adoption is a huge deal and we'll be glad to answer questions. Best wishes to you,

~Nate and Andrea



Thank you for taking the time to read our profile and consider us as an adoptive family. We are very excited to expand our family through adoption. 

A little about us:

We have been married for 14 years and met at the University of Wyoming. Elizabeth was born and raised in Wyoming with her two younger brothers. Paul was born in Minnesota and moved to Colorado at the age of 5. He has a younger sister as well. Elizabeth graduated with a Bachelors of Science in Nursing and Paul graduated with a Bachelors of Science in Structural Engineering. Elizabeth is a public health nurse working with high risk pregnant women in a nurse home-visitor program. Paul works as a project manager for an engineering firm. He enjoys hunting, fishing, and coaching the kids’ sporting teams. Elizabeth enjoys volunteering with a local dog rescue and at the kids’ schools, along with going on walks with her family and dogs.

We live in Colorado in a quiet, safe neighborhood.  In 2008 we welcomed our daughter, Madelynn into the world and then in 2011 our son, Andrew was born. Madelynn has a fun-loving heart, contagious smile, and a vibrant spirit. Andrew has a great sense of humor, loves all sports, and is overall excited about life.

We are a very active family. We love to ski in the winter, swim in the summer, travel, and explore new outdoor areas with our dogs. We have three dogs: Layla (Newfoundland), Bruno (Retriever mix), and Lucy (Terrier mix). More often than not, we have a foster dog in our home as well. We also enjoy fishing, hiking, and spending time with family and friends. Evenings in the backyard around the chiminea making s’mores and playing yard games are some of our favorites as well.  

In our home we share love, laughter, tears, happiness, kindness, faith and forgiveness. We are an active Catholic family and incorporate God into our daily lives. We feel very blessed to have two healthy, beautiful children and continue to grow together as a family unit. We have decided we would love to add to our family and feel God has called our hearts to share in the gift of adoption. We are ready to parent, love, protect, and guide this new child. Our children are ready to open their hearts to a new sibling.  Together, we are very excited to welcome this child into our family and our lives, and will always be thankful for your selflessness.

Dear Birthmother/Father:

You are at an important step in your life and pursuing adoption is a courageous act.  It is selfless and we are praying for you.  Tim and I would care for and love your child as if he or she were our own.  In September 2015, we adopted a son and our lives have been enriched.  The baby is loved by both extended families.  Three out of the four grandparents were teachers and the fourth was a college professor.

Twenty years ago my sister chose adoption when she was a teenager.  I was at the hospital and changed his first diaper.  It was the right decision for her.  After he turned 18, he found her and is now part of our family.  Currently, my sister is a wonderful mother to another son.

We are interested in a second adoption to grow our family.  It would be wonderful to share our passion for the outdoors with your child.  Because we value education, it would be a privilege to provide a college education if that is the path your child wants to pursue.

About the Eisenhauer Family

We wish to grow our family because we have love to share.  Laramie is a beautiful location with great outdoor activities.  Tim grew up in Torrington with two brothers.  Tim’s parents are retired 5th grade and Junior High science teachers.  Jenny grew up in South Dakota with three sisters and a foster child from Ethiopia for 10 years.  Her father was a professor and her mother taught preschool.  Both of our extended families enjoy spending quality time with each other.

Tim works for a Civil Engineering company and Jenny teaches at the University of Wyoming.   Our home has five bedrooms and a spacious backyard.  We enjoy grilling dinners and watching sunsets.  During the winter months, we like to drink hot chocolate and build fires in our fireplace.  In September 2015, we adopted a baby boy who is a joy.  It would be very special to provide a sibling for Austin and grow to become a family of four.  Austin is bi-racial and looks just like his older cousin who is 13.  The grandparents, aunts, uncles, and cousins on both sides of the family love interacting and playing with him.

As an active couple, we hope to share our hobbies with your child.  Together we cross-country ski, mountain bike, and hike.  Our dog Chara joins us.  Jenny makes scrapbooks, sews quilts, and loves reading.  Tim likes to fish and watch sports.  We eat meals together as a family and plan to work on homework each night with the kids.

About Jenny (Written by Tim)

Jenny is the love of my life, and I am so happy to share the rest of our lives together.  She is a very beautiful, loving, caring, and generous person who thinks about the needs of others all the time.  I love that she enjoys spending time with family and friends, or taking part in different kinds of activities.  Jenny is very good around children and is a wonderful mother.

About Tim (Written by Jenny)

Every night I go to bed happy that Tim and I are married.  He is handsome, kind, patient, generous and smart.  The University of Wyoming has a very loyal fan in Tim, because he has season tickets for football and basketball games.  Tim loves sports and would love to coach our son one day.  I am a better person because Tim and I volunteer in our community.  For example, every Wednesday Tim reads to an elementary school class.  We have a happy marriage which translates into a rewarding home life.