Throwback: The Adopting Couple Business Card

Adoption Business CardI can’t even remember when I got this unusual business card when visiting or possibly living on Long Island. It had to be 7-8 years ago. It’s of an actual couple who wants to adopt a child.

I’ve never seen a card like this before or since getting it. I guess Michelle and Greg tried every approach to getting a baby, whether it was through conventional means or by hitting the streets. I don’t know these people at all, so I’m not passing any type of judgment on them.

I also don’t know what types of other expenses or roadblocks that come with adopting a child. Nor do I know them for someone trying to give up a baby for adoption. So perhaps this is a great alternative to going through a lot of the hurdles with the adoption process.

Out of curiosity, I wanted to see if this couple was able to find a child. I Googled the email address and got to a site that’s no longer up. I eventually did some digging with the toll-free number (which is a little weird to have) and it turns out they have a GoFundMe.

It hasn’t been donated to in a while, so either they are no longer looking or found a way to get a child. Unfortunately, my Googling can only do so much. Either way, it’s still an interesting business card.

Tracy and Jason Adopt

Update as of 1/1/2018I found another business card that a couple made who were/are looking to adopt a baby named Tracy and Jason. I checked their website and it is down as well, but they still have a Facebook page that is semi-active.

They also have a toll-free phone number, which again is a bit weird to have but I guess they don’t want to risk getting their identity stolen or want to stay semi-anonymous in case people want to do an anonymous adoption.

I didn’t know that adoption business cards were a thing, but I’ve found 2 of them in my lifetime. But I understand it with a new perspective of dating someone who has 2 children who I love as much as I love her and enjoy sharing love with & being a role model to every day.

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