I fully admit that I fell head over heels for Suezann from the start. I can remember being nervous because she was so beautiful, and I felt like she was out of my league. With every passing day, I realized more and more how amazing this woman really is. She is kind, honest, sincere, funny, and caring. My love for her deepens immensely as I watch her interact with Alexa—she is so nurturing and patient with her.
Suezann was born into a large family in Pocatello, Idaho. She has a close bond with her sisters and she FaceTimes with them weekly. Suezann’s mother taught her how to bake (mmm, her homemade bread), and through delivering newspapers and babysitting, she learned at a young age how to budget money. Although I never had the privilege of meeting her father (he unfortunately passed away before we met), it is clear to me that she adored him. At the age of 16, Suezann was admitted into the hospital for an appendectomy. Complications arose and she ended up having to stay for 30 days. Suezann was scared, so her mother stayed by her side practically the entire duration. This experience has left a deep impression on her heart and the desire to be equally as loving and devoted with her own children.
Suezann has a great work ethic and fully dedicates herself to everything she does. When we lived in Washington, D.C., she worked a block away from the White House as an administrative assistant for several prominent lobbyists in the oil industry. Her employers constantly praised her for her work, and they were sad to see her leave upon us moving to California.
Suezann is fun and easy to get along with. She loves game nights, is naturally athletic and is an incredible cook. She is a fantastic mother. She is kind, loving, selfless, responsible and loves unconditionally. She is my dream come true.