5 Fun Facts About New England Adoptive Family Chris and Jill

by | Jul 21, 2023 | Birth Parent Blog

Hopeful adoptive parents Jill and Chris in New EnglandI recently had the opportunity to chat with hopeful adoptive parents Chris and Jill, who live in Rhode Island. When you’re thinking about adoption for your child, you’re able to talk to hopeful adoptive parents before making your decision. By chatting with them and asking them questions, you can get the full picture of the adoptive couple as potential parents to your baby.
 
I asked Chris and Jill some fun questions that you won’t find in their adoption profile, and I learned that they are a hardworking, fun, friendly couple. They’re excited to welcome their first child through adoption, and Jill will be a stay-at-home mom!
 
Chris and Jill share, “Raising a child has been our dream for many years. Going through infertility made us stronger and closer than ever. We’re ready and excited to adopt our first child!”
 

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Chris and Jill pose for a photo on their vacation to Antigua

1. What is something you want to make sure your child gets to experience?

Neither of us had the privilege of being able to travel when we were kids. Now that we have the means, we want to be sure our child gets to travel and experience new places around the world.
 
We love to do this now as a couple and can’t wait to share this with our child.
 

2. What is a challenge you are proud to have overcome? What advice would you give others struggling with something similar?

We aren’t proud that we had to go through infertility, but we are very proud that our marriage was strong enough to get through it. It proved we are able to get through the toughest times and come out stronger in the end.
 
The advice we would give others struggling with infertility would be to just be there for each other. Be sure you are communicating and understanding each other’s feelings. No one can understand what you are going through better than each other.
 
Chris and Jill concentrating on a game of Scrabble in their living room

3. What is your favorite TV show or series?

Jill: “This is Us” is my favorite TV show of all time because the life events are shown in such a real, relatable way. I was able to relate to some things personally and some not so much, but the way they execute the show is so touching.
 
Chris: “Lost” is the first TV series that I seriously got into and loved. I was at a friend’s house where they were watching the Season 3 finale, and my friends said we had to watch the show before doing anything else. I never watched a single episode, but I was completely drawn in that night—so many twists, turns, and mysteriousness.
 
Jill and Chris holding hands while taking a scenic hike through the woods

4. Aside from necessities, what one thing could you not go a day without?

Jill: Body movement. Whether it be a short workout, a long workout, or just a simple walk around the neighborhood, getting up and moving my body each day is very important to me and brightens my day.
 
Chris: I love a good puzzle or trivia. Whether that be a puzzle video game, Wordle, or sports trivia like Immaculate Grid, I really enjoy taking some time to work my brain outside of work.
 
Chris mowing the lawn in front of their home on a sunny day

5. What is your greatest accomplishment so far?

Our home and finances are definitely our greatest accomplishments.
 
Fortunately, we are very stable and have worked hard to have no debt. We have always been great savers and responsible with our finances/budget.
 

If you’re interested in talking to them as potential adoptive parents to your baby, just text or call Lifetime at
1-800-923-6784
and we can connect you with them.

 

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Heidi Keefer

Written by Heidi Keefer

Heidi Keefer is a Content Creator for Lifetime Adoption and has over 15 years of experience in the field of adoption. An author of thousands of articles and social media posts over the years, Heidi enjoys finding new ways to educate and captivate Lifetime’s ever-growing list of subscribers.

Heidi has a keen eye for misplaced apostrophes, comma splices, and well-turned sentences, which she has put to good use as a contributor to Lifetime’s award-winning blogs. She has written and published hundreds of adoption articles which explore the various facets of domestic infant adoption today.

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