20 Mar Let’s see who was born so far!
We like to think of March as the GLADNESS month. Spring is here and so are the spring babies! See what a difference embryo adoption makes in the lives of parents.
“Hannah Joy Cooney was born February 8th at 7:50pm… three weeks before her due date! She weighed 6 pounds, and after spending a few days in the NICU, she came home happy and healthy! She is already bringing so much joy to our family and big brother Ryan is pretty excited she’s home too. 🙂 We are beyond grateful for our beautiful gift from God!”
Stephen, Ryan, Pasha and Hannah Janet
“We can’t thank you enough for the privilege of being Hannah’s parents. The amazing gift you gave us through embryo adoption is such a blessing and we will be forever grateful!! We praise God for His amazing blessing and perfect plan!”
-Stephen, Pasha, Ryan, and Hannah
What a great day it is when a baby is born! Congratulations Pasha and Stephen.
Troy and Nicole are excited to announce the birth of Abigail Rose
Born on March 2nd, 2016 at 10:19am.
7 pounds, 2 ounces. 21 inches.
Adopted as an embryo, frozen for several years!
Abigail Rose, ah, the comfort of that car seat!
First time dad, Troy, with his newborn daughter. Congratulations Troy!
New mom, Nicole. What a difference a baby makes. We are so happy for you all. We are loving the hair-doos. : ) God bless your new family!
Sweet dreams Abigail Rose!
Now just for fun….
This is what happens when you take a shower and you have triplet girls! Way too cute not to share.
Congratulations Jake and Alyssa. You are raising them right. : ) Every girl needs to know how to apply lipstick without the mirror, it’s a life skill! An embryo can twin even after being frozen for years. Amazing!
“Souls on Ice”
A great read to learn about embryo adoption. It’s inspirational, too. The first person to reply, gets a free copy. : )
We are proud of this book. It offers a lot of insight into “how it works” through the stories of everyday people.
Other books about embryo adoption and related topics: