About Us/Me

About Me

 I am a doctor for children at Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Columbus, Ohio.  Between my work as a pediatrician and caring for my almost five-year old son Jack (who is so excited to be a big brother!), nearly my entire life is about children.  My years of infertility (including five rounds of IVF and a devastating miscarriage), and job have given me a deeper view of what it means to be a mother.

 

Several years ago I became interested in adoption and discussed this with my then-husband.  He was not interested at all so I decided to focus on my marriage and child.  Six months later however, my partner told me he wanted a divorce.  The following months were very hard, but I made it through with the love and support of my family and friends.  So here I am today, and I find myself incredibly grateful for the opportunity to welcome another little child into my heart as a son or daughter.  

 

 

I enjoy running with my two dogs,  Bella and Marley, nature hikes, camping, and reading. I have an active lifestyle and I love trying new activities and exploring new areas.  My two sisters live nearby in Columbus and we frequently gather together  at a restaurant, take our dogs for a walk, or just hang out at home.   My parents live near Cleveland we visit one another frequently.

 

About You

About You

 I admire your strength and your love for your child.  My gratitude to you is so deep! I support as open an adoption as you and your child desire.  It is very important to me that he/she understands that he/she has two mothers that want what is best for him or her.  I can honestly say that I already love the child that will join our little family.  He/she is on my mind and in my heart every day.  I often see him or her in the eyes of my little patients at the office.  While I don’t know what he/she will look like, I already have dreams of kicking around a soccer ball, playing at the playground, reading library books, and so much more.  I am forever grateful to you for giving me the opportunity to be a mother again.  Both you and the child are in my mind today and every day that follows for the rest of my life.

 

About Us/Me

About Me

 I am a doctor for children at Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Columbus, Ohio.  Between my work as a pediatrician and caring for my almost five-year old son Jack (who is so excited to be a big brother!), nearly my entire life is about children.  My years of infertility (including five rounds of IVF and a devastating miscarriage), and job have given me a deeper view of what it means to be a mother.

 

Several years ago I became interested in adoption and discussed this with my then-husband.  He was not interested at all so I decided to focus on my marriage and child.  Six months later however, my partner told me he wanted a divorce.  The following months were very hard, but I made it through with the love and support of my family and friends.  So here I am today, and I find myself incredibly grateful for the opportunity to welcome another little child into my heart as a son or daughter.  

 

 

I enjoy running with my two dogs,  Bella and Marley, nature hikes, camping, and reading. I have an active lifestyle and I love trying new activities and exploring new areas.  My two sisters live nearby in Columbus and we frequently gather together  at a restaurant, take our dogs for a walk, or just hang out at home.   My parents live near Cleveland we visit one another frequently.

About you

About You

 I admire your strength and your love for your child.  My gratitude to you is so deep! I support as open an adoption as you and your child desire.  It is very important to me that he/she understands that he/she has two mothers that want what is best for him or her.  I can honestly say that I already love the child that will join our little family.  He/she is on my mind and in my heart every day.  I often see him or her in the eyes of my little patients at the office.  While I don’t know what he/she will look like, I already have dreams of kicking around a soccer ball, playing at the playground, reading library books, and so much more.  I am forever grateful to you for giving me the opportunity to be a mother again.  Both you and the child are in my mind today and every day that follows for the rest of my life.