By Rob Foslett
But three years ago, at age 46, this nagging feeling that something was missing in my life and relationship took hold.
I made a list of 20 things I wanted to achieve in my life. Number 20 turned out to be adoption. I realized the emptiness I’d been feeling was a sense of incompleteness that we weren’t a family.
David and I had been a gay married couple since 2004. I knew David was happy with our relationship and liked our life plan, but I was about to totally turn his world upside down by contemplating parenthood.
I love a challenge and I love change, but was David the same? This would be a true test of our relationship.
“He’s the one,” I said.