Hope was born on Mother’s Day!

Hope was born on Mother’s Day!

Hope was born on Mother’s Day!

Heather and Jonathan holding Hope for the first time on Mother’s Day!

“Hope, our Mother’s Day baby, born at 11:48am.” Heather and Jonathan

Heather and Jonathan
First time Parents

“Heather and I are today filled with joy at the arrival of our precious little girl! We are so grateful to you for all your help in making this miracle possible. And we overflow with thanks to Our donor family for donating their precious embryo to us. Today, we couldn’t be happier!”

~ Heather and Jonathan

Find out more about embryo adoption here

“Now hope does not disappoint, because the love of God has been poured out in our hearts by the Holy Spirit, which was given to us.”
Romans 5:6

Heather and Jonathan waited a long time for baby Hope. It does take some faith to believe for a baby when you have struggled with infertility. But today, Heather and Jonathan can be at peace knowing that God has answered their prayers and given them this miracle child that we know will be loved and cherished all the days of her life.

A message of hope from Maria Lancaster co-founder of EASCP

Maria Lancaster , President & Co-founder of Embryo Adoption Services of Cedar Park, with Elisha Lancaster at 8 months.

This is a picture of my first Mother’s Day in 2004. Elisha, my daughter was 8 months old and I was 48. Prior to adopting Elisha as an embryo my husband and I suffered a series of miscarriages. My husband Jeff, while listening to Dr. Dobson’s radio program heard about embryo adoption and we followed up! We did a Home Study just like adopting a born child, and our agency matched us with some 2 cell embryos in North Carolina, which were flown frozen at -200 degrees to my doctors office in Bellevue, WA. We were fortunate that the first attempt worked and we were parents at last. My daughter is the inspiration behind the founding of Embryo Adoption Services of Cedar Park. And now you know the “rest of the story”, and we are here to help you, too!

~ Maria Lancaster

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?
Email me:
Maria@adoptembryos.org

Elisha and the Seattle Times

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!

APPLY ONLINE ADOPTING FAMILIES: Apply here

APPLY ONLINE DONOR FAMILIES: Apply here

Call us with any questions you have 1-888-959-7712

We do not have a waiting list!
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