Lindsey Redfern is a wife and a mom. She has two boys brought into their life through the miracle of adoption. Tyson is four and Gavin is three. They enjoy an open relationship with both of their boys' birth mothers (and one birth father!) and love having them in their home. Lindsey loves being an open adoption advocate and adoption blogger atwww.therhouse.com where she writes as "Mrs. R." She and her husband created an adoption consulting firm called The R House Adoption Consultants where they help members of the adoption triad have the best experience possible.
Previously, Lindsey has worked as the community manager for AdoptionVoices.com helping launch the community and has served on local and national boards for Families Supporting Adoption (FSA). She has been interviewed by countless bloggers, magazines, and online newspapers. She's appeared on several news and morning talk shows in Utah bringing awareness to the adoption and infertility community. She is currently on the community manager ofMommyCast.com and co-owner of The R House Couture, a shop specializing in gifts of hope. A survivor of infertility, ICPC, an adoption scam, a contested adoption and a failed placement plan, her passion is to help others understand the hope that adoption provides to all members of the adoption triad and the blessings of open adoption.
Josh Redfern’s biggest claim to fame is that he's the husband of Lindsey Redfern of therhouse.com. He is the father of two young boys that were blessed to him and his wife through adoption. He loves to play with his children and watch great TV with his wife. He is an avid BYU sports fan as well. Josh earned a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology and a Master's Degree in Social Work from Brigham Young University. He has practiced social work in adoption work and therapy for over 4 years and currently has an active License of Clinical Social Work in the state of Utah. He and his wife recently started The R House Adoption Consultants, LLC that provides adoption-related services and education to couples, attorneys and adoption agencies. He is also a therapist and supervisor at Child and Family Empowerment Services in Salt Lake City.