01 Jan Happy New Year from all of us at Embryo Adoption Services of Cedar Park!
Happy New Year from all of us at
Embryo Adoption Services of Cedar Park!
Jen and Jon’s Story
“Our family has been blessed with two wonderful adoptions with Maria through Embryo Adoption Services of Cedar Park not just once, but twice. In November of 2018 we began our first adoption. We completed our first transfer in April of 2019 and in December of 2019 our first son was born! His birth was an incredibly redeeming event for our family and our journey to parenthood as we had been yearning and dreaming of growing our family for 3 years at this point. After the transfer that gave us our firstborn, we didn’t have any more embryos from our first adoption. So in September of 2020, we opened up our second adoption. We rode the wave of anxious anticipation and excitement again of awaiting a match, coordinating medical care, and planning for a transfer. Similar to no two pregnancies being the same, our journeys from adoption of embryos to transfer were also nothing alike between our two adoptions. Making each of our boys’ journeys into our family beautiful and unique in their own ways. After matching with a second family, we completed a second transfer in February of 2021 and were overjoyed to bring our second son into the world in October of 2021. We have just celebrated our youngest’s first birthday, and our oldest son’s third birthday. Time has absolutely flown by the last few years watching them grow and learn every day. Their bond is such a cool thing to witness, and their brotherhood is something so special to our family.
With EASCP giving our family our greatest blessings in our two boys, it became an honor, privilege, and joy to get to be a part of this organization as the Bridge Project Coordinator. Helping facilitate communication between donors and adoptees is something very near and dear to me, and something that I don’t take lightly. It is a responsibility that I take seriously and do with love as I know what a gift these babies/children are who are born through embryo adoption. And how special the relationships held between families with the donor and adoptee can be. Your families are always on my heart, whether you’re at the beginning of an adoption or have already completed your family.”
Bridge Project Coordinator
Embryo Adoption Services of Cedar Park
Embryo Adoption Services of Cedar Park voted BEST Adoption Agency located in Issaquah, WA
Christmas baby girl WILLOW!
Samantha and Brent!!
“Willow Nicole born 10/24/2022 at 10:17 am, 6 lbs 6 oz 19.5 inches long. A strong name for a strong little girl. Willow means one who is hope for and desired. This could not be more true for her parents Brent and Samantha. Willow has been hoped and prayed for, for a long time. She is the perfect addition to the family.”
“Since joining our family in October Willow has been our sunshine. She is perfect in every way. Both Brent and I feel truly blessed to be able to call her ours. She has filled our hearts with so much joy and she is such a happy baby. Words cannot describe the joy in our hearts this Christmas.”
“Brent and I feel that God gave us our Christmas present early this year. We are looking forward to many more holiday’s with Willow.”
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
~Samantha and Brent
Rose and Ethan Welcome
Baby Boy Michael Amadeus!
Born November 16, 2022
FIRST BORN BABY!!
“We can’t stop thinking about how God started his story so many years ago, long before Ethan and I had even met. It’s incredible that he’s made his way to us. It reminds us of Psalm 139:16, “Your eyes saw my unformed body; all my days were written in Your book and ordained for me before one of them came to be.”
“It’s been new and strange to become a family of three but we’ve been enjoying it. We like to snuggle with Michael in the evening and watch an old show together (right now, The Pink Panther cartoon). He hates to have his diaper changed but Ethan discovered he loves the crinkle sound of the wipes wrapper and Rose hung a garland of snowflake lights above the changing table and he likes looking at them. He much prefers to nurse rather than nap but we have found that he easily goes to sleep in the car or on Rose’s chest in a carrier. He has mixed opinions about baths. He’s grown so much in just a month and has started to smile, sometimes at
~Rose and Ethan
First Born Daughter! A very special miracle girl.
James Callahan ~ Thanksgiving embryo adoption baby boy!
”Our baby boy arrived early! Callahan James was born November 21, 2022 at 4:00 am. Weighing 6 lbs 5 oz and measuring 19.5 inches. He decided to come over three weeks early and we couldn’t be more thankful for our Thanksgiving baby. He is so loved already and has all of us wrapped around his tiny little fingers.”
~Kelsy and Alex
Proud first time parents from Washington State
All About Embryo Donation:
We are here to help couples that have embryos after fertility treatments
All of our adopting families complete a Home Study Evaluation including an interview with one of our social workers.
All of our adopting moms have a approval to do an embryo transfer from a Reproductive Endocrinologist.
We match families based on similar race, religion, similar physical characteristics, kind of mutual level of openness desired, and other mutual similarities.
Donor families are able to select the adopting family first, then the adopting family approves the donor family. Learn more here:
Fundraising for your embryo adoption!
Raise $ For Your Embryo Adoption : )
We wanted to point out that through our Miracle Embryo Foundation you, your family or friends can make a donation to this foundation and all of the proceeds can apply towards your adoption fees. This is a tax-deductible donation. All that needs to be done is note your name on the donation!
You can forward this email to your loved ones and ask them to help you build your family.
If you have any questions email me:
Checks can also be mailed to:
The Miracle Embryo Foundation
Att: Maria Lancaster
Box 1248, Nampa, ID 83653
The Bridge Project – Connecting Families
with your family!
We are helping families to connect with each other through this project. Both adopting and donating families have been set up with personal Sharefile folders so all updates can be shared and saved.
Here is how you can help!
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.
Merry Christmas to you from Embryo Adoption Services of Cedar Park!
Bridge Project Coordinator
EASCP adopting mom : )
Jenna is our miracle worker and Bridge Project coordinator when it comes to facilitating the communications and updates between our families! She and her husband have 2 sons from their embryo adoption through Embryo Adoption Services of Cedar Park.
We want to help you with your family updates! Email us with any questions you have!
HOW TO DO A FAMILY UPDATE!
Start a Word Doc.
- Write your letter or note to your family
- Insert your photos into the Word doc
- Name your masterpiece and date it
Email your update to: firstname.lastname@example.org
We will take care of the rest by adding these updates to your adopter or donor Sharefile folder for them to see. They will be notified by Sharefile that they have updates! People love updates, and we love to pass them on!
Maria Lancaster, President Co-founder
Questions? Call us: 888-959-7712