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, October 26, 2014

This weekend we were able to leave town and go camping with my parents, and my brother Brian and his family. We love the outdoors and try to go camping often. The kids had alot of fun, the weather was beautiful, and we played lots of card games which are a family favorite, especially when we are camping! Here are just a few pictures of our trip.

 I learned how to play cribbage when I was really little and have been playing it ever since. I taught Kent how to play when we got married, and now he whoops me almost every time!

Early Saturday morning I was out with the kids starting a fire and Ruby found this nasty tarantula (at least I think that's what it is)! The spider ended up crawling into the fire to its death! I can't say I was disappointed =)

We had such a great camping spot! There was a huge cement slab that the kids rode their bikes on for hours. They had so much fun! They saw me take out my phone to take a picture and they all lined up and said "Cheese" without me even asking =). I have the cutest nieces and nephews! (Left to Right: Blake, Morgan, Ruby)

Sunday, October 19, 2014

Last weekend was the Graham County fair in Safford, so of course we had do go enjoy the festivities.  We picked up grandma on the way so she could enjoy the fair as well. While there we enjoyed a hand dipped corn dog, hamburger, and one of our favorite snacks, kettle corn. We walked around and visited all the booths and found our niece's and nephew's artwork that was on display. Oh and my sisters started running and decided to do the 5K run that morning so I decided to run it with them. 

I ended up taking 2nd place over all the women!

Saturday, October 4, 2014

Our oldest nephew, Austin, turned 12 a couple weeks ago. I cant believe he grew up so fast! He is such a good young man. He takes such good care of his younger siblings, he's respectful, and is always trying to do the right thing. We were able to be there when he was ordained a deacon and he is so excited to start passing the sacrament and going to mutual. We are so proud of the young man he has become! (and then there is Allie, photo bombing the picture =) )