About Us

We are so happy that you have taken the time to visit our blog in hopes of finding a loving home for your little baby. We realize that this is a very difficult decision that will forever affect your life as well as the life of many others. We admire your strength and courage in taking the steps to providing a promising future to the sweet spirit you are bringing to earth. We hope that by reading our blog, you will be able to get to know us, and you will feel comforted in knowing that your decision will be providing this little angel a life full of happiness, encouragement, strength, faith, and most of all…LOVE!

We have been happily married since June 2007. Ever since that day, we have been eager to start a family of our own. Just before our 1 year anniversary, we found out that we were going to have a baby! We were SO excited and felt like we were definitely ready to be parents. Unfortunately, the excitement didn’t last long. I miscarried 9 weeks into the pregnancy. It was a very difficult time, but we had faith and hope that we would soon be blessed with another opportunity to start the family we had always dreamed of. Unfortunately, nearly 7 yrs later, we are still hoping for a child of our own. It has been very challenging for us emotionally but we know that we couldn’t have endured this long without the strength and love of our Savior Jesus Christ. We have felt his love and have received so many blessings. These years have given us the time to realize who we really are. We have been able to strengthen our marriage, strengthen our testimonies of Jesus Christ, and have been able to truly prepare ourselves the best we can to be great parents. We have realized that we may never physically be able to bear children of our own, and that is ok! We are so excited for the blessings of adoption and so look forward to the chance to become a mom and dad. We also look forward to meeting you and for developing a lasting friendship. If you would like to contact us, please leave a comment on any of our posts, find us on facebook- Kent and Amy's Adoption Page, or email us at a.frost4@gmail.com. Thank you again for considering us, and we hope to hear from you soon!

Sunday, December 28, 2014


These last few weeks have been super busy but pretty fun and exciting. Christmas is always such a wonderful but busy time, but on top of that, we moved back home to Gilbert! We really have enjoyed living in Thatcher, especially because of being close to my family. However, it is nice coming back to our house and getting back to normal life. Kent's family lives really close by, so we still get to be by family. But here is a quick look at the last few weeks.

We moved back home just a few days before Christmas, so with all the parties and family get-togethers we didn't have time to set up our Christmas decorations or even our tree. I was so sad that we wouldn't at least have a tree. I had gone to an interview for a new job and when I came home, Kent had surprised me with this cute little guy. I was SO happy!! He is so sweet and thoughtful! 

Since we didn't put up lights on our own house, Kent got to help his dad put up their lights!

This is Kent's youngest brother, Preston. He severely sprained his ankle while they were hunting a few weeks back so that explains the boot on his foot, however, I do not have a good explanation for the bright yellow sock! =)

Kent and I made this fire. Growing up, my family had a fireplace and sitting by the fire was one of my very favorite parts of winter. There is nothing like the warmth of a crackling fire on a cold winter day!

Here are a couple pictures from our family Christmas party. There were aunts, uncles, cousins, second cousins, and friends. There were lots of people and the house was jam packed, but that is one of the greatest things about Christmas!

This is Clint, our adopted brother. Well, he is not legally adopted, but his family lives in California and other parts of the world, so we have taken him in as part of our family. He always comes for Sunday dinner and we were lucky enough to have him at our Christmas party as well. Every Christmas it is tradition for someone to read "T'was the Night Before Christmas", so this year we had Clint read it for us.

Christmas just wouldn't be Christmas without going to the Mesa Temple to look at the lights and all the beautiful nativities. We went with our good friends but unfortunately didn't get a picture with them.

Nearly 8 yrs ago, Kent and I went mountain biking on our unofficial first date. We had a lot of fun and that is where we first starting to fall in love, but unfortunately we had never gone again, until this week. We had so much fun and we can't wait to go again!

My sister and her family came and stayed with us for the last few days. Kent had fun wrestling with the boys and I had fun with little Melanie. 

Christmas Day!
Kent got a binocular tripod for Christmas.

 Our niece, Andalyn got Elsa and Anna dresses. She loved them! She even said that I could try on her Anna dress, but I probably wouldn't fit ;)

Kent's oldest sister, Raianne, and her husband Mike, just found out they are going to have a little girl in May! This is their first baby and we can't wait to meet her!

Mack loves dinosaurs so he got a set of Land Before Time movies. He asked me to watch it with him.

So Kent is a hunter, but I am not. However, he keeps telling me I need to get camo so I can go hunting with him. So we went and tried on some gear at Walmart. I Really didn't feel like going all the way to the fitting rooms, so I just put it on really fast over my clothes =) 

Sunday, December 7, 2014

Christmas time is here!!

We had a busy and fun filled day yesterday! It started with a Christmas craft, then dinner with my parents, then on to the annual light parade, and then to finish it off with a Beautiful live nativity. With all the fun, I still managed to capture quite a few pictures.

Look at my mom going at it with a nail gun!

My sister Emily is the Master Mind in all this. She is the crafty one. I chose the craft, and she helped us put it all together.

Kent came to help us find and cut our dead tree branches. He is one awesome dude!

We got the tree branches all cut up, and then had to drill holes in the top. 

And this....... is the final product! 
We were So happy with the way it turned out. I saw it at a craft show and really wanted it, but did Not want to pay $40 for it. So.... we made it ourselves for roughly $7.

Light Parade! 
(Unfortunately the pictures aren't the greatest)

 Live Nativity
We didn't get any pictures of the actual live nativity because it was dark and the pics wouldn't turn out. But we got a few of us! It was pretty cold, but my hot chocolate kept me warm!

The kids got to pet the sheep after the performance. Our niece, Ruby, Loved this little guy!

My brother Brian and his wife Allison with us. Their little boy, Blake, didn't want his picture taken.

Finally got to trick Blake into taking a picture with me. I had been spinning him around so he was happy. Brian snagged a quick picture right before I started spinning again.

Tuesday, December 2, 2014

Gobble, Gobble!!!

We had such a fun Thanksgiving! A number of years ago we started a tradition of going back to the white mountains (Pinetop/Lakeside) for Thanksgiving. My whole family goes and it is always alot of fun. This year we stayed at a new place that we really like. It was a hotel with more of a cabin feel. The owners had a large garage with a pool table, air hockey, and a few tables and chairs. Since there are a lot of us, we spent quite a bit of time in the garage playing pool and games. Here is a recap of our trip!

Car ride to start the weekend! I told Kent to smile and he decided to stick out his tongue instead =)

 The guys were playing pool and the little girls wanted to watch
 My sister Jennifer, me, and our neice, Paige.
Left to right: My dad, my brother Brian, Kent, and our brother-in-law Kevin. Oh, and my nephew, Morgan.
 These cute girls play so well together. All the kids had a really good time.
 I'm pretty sure that there were kids playing air hockey the WHOLE time we were there!
 This is a panoramic view of the whole garage.
Throwing the frisbee. Unfortunately you can't actually see the frisbee, but they are ready for it! Even my mom was getting in to it!
 We are playing this game that I think is called "Heads Up" or something like that. Our nephew Austin has a phone on his head and the app is a game where is shows a word, phrase, movie, etc and we have to give him hints of what it is. He has a minute to guess as many as he can. It was pretty funny. I have No idea what we were trying to act out to him but we were all doing something Completely different!
 The Thanksgiving vacation just wouldn't be the same without some Black Friday shopping! Even Kent joined me this year with all my sisters!

Saturday, November 22, 2014

Unfortunately I had to work today while Kent was at home. My sister Emily needed a babysitter for her 3 girls for a couple hours so Kent quickly agreed to watch them. I called him when I was leaving work and he told me just got finished their tea party. This is what I saw when I got home. He was caring for their babies while they watched a show. Kent is so good with kids and they all love him. He is going to be such a great dad.

Sunday, November 9, 2014

This weekend I left my sweet husband home all alone and I went to Phoenix with my sisters to go to Time Out For Women. I had never gone before and was a little hesitant on spending the weekend with 5000 women, all jammed in one room, and sitting on hard chairs. But it ended up being such a great experience! There were lots of great speakers and the entertainment was wonderful! Here is a little recap....

Unfortunately we are missing my sister Emily, but here are my other sisters (Left to Right: Me, Jennifer, Sarah, Julie)
Hillary Weeks was the performer all day Saturday. She has always been one of my favorites!
Friday night after TOFW we went to get frozen yogurt. It was SOOO delicious!
 This was after lunch on Saturday. We ate at this really good pizza place in Phoenix. I could eat pizza for every meal =)