He’s here! Lyle Houston!

He’s here! Lyle Houston!

He’s here! Lyle Houston!

Lyle Huston Meets His Brothers

“Lyle Houston born April 22, 11:49 am, 7lbs 11oz, 20.5 inches. Full term babies are huge!

We are so grateful for his safe arrival and presence in our family. Thanks to God, our donor family, EASCP, and the entire medical and support teams that played a part in getting him here.”

Amy & Lee,

Lewis, Elliot, and Lyle

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Lyle has it made. He was frozen since 2010, and now he’s with his older brothers, Elliot and Lewis – and Mom and Dad. His brothers were also from the same family of embryos!

I would say that Daddy is pretty impressed with the new little man, Lyle. There’s nothing that changes a family, more than a baby.
Congratulations to Lee and Amy!

Callie and Ben have their own big boy!
First time parents.

Dominic was a Christmas baby!

Dominic John was born December 14th 2019. He was 8lbs 3oz and 21.5 inches long. It was so special giving birth during the season of Advent and he was easily the best Christmas gift either of us have ever received! He is super healthy, social, happy, and growing like a weed. It is a true honor to raise this baby boy, and we thank God for the gift of his life.

Baby Dominic

Dominic is now 2.5 months old and growing like a weed! At his 2 month Dr. visit he was in the 85th percentile for weight and over the 99th for height! He’s already in a lot of 6 month clothing.e LOVES to eat and is starting to sleep much better at night. He’s also super chatty and tells us how he feels with lots of coo’s and smiles. We think he’s an extrovert. He loves being around people!

~Callie & Ben

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It’s May Day around here.
Let me tell you what that means!

28 babies on the way for 2020!

On May 1st, every year, we count all the babies that will be born in that year. 28 for 2020! Any embryos that are transferred and start to develop after May 1st will be born in 2021. These 2020 babies will likely get tagged as Covid babies. Their moms and dads have a new challenge to navigate that could not have been anticipated. But God knew all along, and he’s got a plan to help all our families through this new hurdle. It’s just how God is. He’s with us!

The Bridge Project – Connecting Families

Making connections
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. Questions?
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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.
Make a Donation

Do you have questions about how to do updates for the Bridge Project?

Start a Word Doc.

  1. Write your letter or note to your family, stating Dear Bob and Sue etc.
  2. Insert your photos, if you have them, into the Word Doc.
  3. Name your masterpiece and save it: Joey’s first birthday for Bob & Sue

Email your update to: maria@adoptembryos.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

Now You Can Apply On-line!



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