15 Apr Happy Easter Morning 2019
We have some Easter babies for you to meet
There is Hope
We want to wish all of you, a blessed Easter today. Life is full of challenges, surprises, joys and sorrows. Today we celebrate the Resurrection of Jesus from the dead. No matter where we are, on the mountain top, or maybe even a valley, today brings us hope for the future, he has for us! New Life!
My husband and I were still childless at 46, not a great feeling, and lots of miscarriages in the wake of it all. All we had left, was a faith in Christ, and the power that raised Jesus from the dead to change our circumstances!
Our daughter Elish was adopted as an embryo, and I had her when I was 47!
He is with you, and for you, never give up! Maria Lancaster, co-founder
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Making a grand entrance!
March 30, 2019
Congratulations to Mike and Darci, and Lincoln of Wyoming!
This new arrival and handsome guy is baby and boy number two to Darci and Mike. This sweet family adopted through us before, and have their first born boy, Lincoln, that was born in March of 2016. We can see from the look on Lincoln’s face, he is excited about having a little brother.
Lincoln and Titus are from different sets of embryos, but they will be forever united for life as brothers. That is the wonderful thing about embryo adoption. Hearts are knit together, and the bond is forever.
Where is my mom!?
Titus knows that his mom is somewhere close and he is looking for her! He’s probably thinking about a few groceries, too. it’s quite amazing that a new born baby has within him or her the capacity for all of these things, the moment they are born.
They are “Fearfully and wonderfully made”. Psalm
Sometimes couples ask me, “What is giving birth to a child like, that is adopted as an embryo?” Speaking from personal experience, it is identical as giving birth to a genetic child. The experience is the same, and bonding and love are all the same!
Maria Lancaster Co-founder EASCP
Another big and handsome boy: Miles Patrick!
“We have a baby! Miles Patrick born April 1, 2019 at 10:11pm he weighs 8lbs 9oz, 21in and a full head of hair. He’s beautiful and strong!”
~Kelly & John
This is a long awaited and cherished first born son to this enduring family! It’s not easy to wait for your first born. He’s handsome, and worth the wait!
We wish you the happiest Easter of your lives, so far, Kelly and John! Nothing can top a new baby in the home for this time of year. So much joy!
We love the daddy and baby pictures. The start of a lifetime of experiences together, It looks like the piano may be the start.
Let the fun begin!~
Congratulations to Alla & Vladimir!
Daughter Maria born in Pennsylvania
This is a very special little lady! Alla her mother and her father Vladimir waited and prayed for a long time for this sweet Maria to come to their lives. We know this baby is a miracle baby, and that God has a special plan for their lives together!
“Everyone shall stand in awe and confess the greatness of the miracle of God…. They will realize what amazing things He does.”
The Bridge Project – Moving right along!~
The Bridge Project
Bringing Families together
We are announcing a new focus we are working on called The Bridge Project. We are in the process of setting up Sharefile accounts for each family so all updates that are shared between families will be safely and securely transferred into their own Sharefile accounts. Updates are vital and we want to keep them safe and organized for our families. We are mid-project on this development if you are an adopting or donating family, and you not been contacted yet, you will be within 10 days or so.
Our new Bridge Project organizer is Aubrey Cortez and you can contact her at News@adoptembryos.org with questions. She’s in Tues/Thurs.
You can support
The Bridge Project!
If you are interested in making a tax deductible donation to support The Bridge Project, you may donate to our foundation, The Miracle Embryo Foundation that directly supports this heart touching and relationship building work.
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Frozen But Not Forgotten
by Nate Birt
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Nate Birt is a veteran journalist whose portfolio includes work for AOL/Patch.com, the Boonville (Mo.) Daily News, the Boulder (Colo.) Daily Camera, the Columbia Missourian, the Columbia (Mo.) Tribune, Credit Sesame, the Detroit Free Press, ScribbleLive, Social5 and Visual.ly. His first book, “Frozen, But Not Forgotten,” is a humorous and encouraging step-by-step guide to embryo adoption for parents told from a Christian perspective .
SOULS ON ICE
This is a book we published filled with stories and testimonies of hope and encouragement. If you request an information packet though our web site, we will include this book for you as our gift to you.
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