We are a happy, financially comfortable couple who live in a beautiful part of Queensland. Our past passion for travelling has shaped our broadminded, compassionate and positive outlook on life. We have seen first hand that many people are not as fortunate as we are here in Australia. We feel blessed and lucky to have had the experiences in life that we have had. If there is one thing that we would change it would be to have children. Neither of us have ever had children. We tried to conceive naturally for 2 years and then with IVF for two years all unsuccessful. As anyone who has tried to have a baby with extended periods of ivf will know, each failed attempt is truely heartbreaking. Our only hope to have the family we so desperately long for is with the help of an egg donor.
I know we would make the most wonderful parents, our parenting style would encourage and nurture the uniqueness and individuality of our child. We feel it is important to cherish everybody's differences. We also feel it is very important for children to be bought up in a stable and secure home with a loving family. We would love to show our child the wonderful world that we have seen and share with them the adventures we have to come. We would love and cherish our child more than anything in the world. Our child would be the most precious and important thing in our lives and we would give them unconditional and unending love, support and guidance for the rest of our lives.
I will tell you a bit about us, We are Aussie through and through. Our distant heritages are both Scottish. We love exploring, bushwalking, camping, bbqs, mates and family gatherings, we also love scuba diving and boating. Around the home I enjoy gardening and my Hubby enjoys anything mechanical and building things. We were both bought on farms at the opposite ends of Tasmania. Hubby on a chook farm and myself on a dairy farm. We are both really glad that we were bought up in the country. It was a wonderful upbringing and it has instilled our strong country values. My family now lives in Queensland, as do we, and my hubby's family still live in Tassie but we are all very close. If we had a baby they would slip right into a big extended family and be very welcome and loved.
Thankyou so much for reading this thread. I hope that we can find that special person to help us and I also wish everyone else who is looking the best of luck.
Sincerely yours, hopefuljourney