Tine is a warmhearted and passionate woman who cares deeply about her family and the people around her. As a trained social worker she is good at understanding people’s needs and challenges, and often finds herself guiding friends and family through difficult times.
Tine has always loved to dance and has been a dancer and taught dance from when she was young. She is very grounded and has a natural way of being around children and is always up for some fun. Tine enjoys hiking in the Marin Headlands and keeps up her yoga practice. Currently, Tine is teaching dance at a Catholic college.
Originally from the island of Mauritius, Tine was adopted at the age of two and has lived most of her life in Denmark. Tine grew up outside Copenhagen in a small village where she and her sister, who was also adopted, had a safe and caring upbringing. She comes from a family where family values are important. A lot of times were spent with grandparents, uncles, aunts and cousins. Tine feels fortunately for being adopted by loving and caring people. As a young adult, Tine visited the island of Mauritius, wherefrom she was adopted, to learn about her origins. The trip was awesome and helped her understand where she was coming from.
I love Tine for being independent, kindhearted and outgoing. Tine is genuine, always remember important things in other people’s lives and find their well being important. She is passionate and fun to be around.
Tine shows her love for me by leaving small notes in my lunch bag and caring for me after a long day at work, and I know she will do the same for our child and give him/her lots of hugs and kisses.
Tine has always been very active and she will, as a stay-at-home mum, do lots of activities with our child to develop his/her skills intellectually, as well as physically, and in a fun and playful way. When Tine talks about being a mum she talks about spending time baking, going baby swimming and playing outside. I love Tine with all my heart, and I have no doubt that she will be able to provide a loving, nurturing, and supportive home for our child.