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    10010 San Pedro, San Antonio, TX 78216
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    Happy children. Loving parents. Healthy families. Healthy homes. New hope. Openness and honesty. Better choices. Brighter tomorrows.


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  1. She was due very soon, when she first contacted Abrazo, but this conscientious birthmother had already been considering the adoption option for far longer. What she wanted for her baby was rather simple: a loving Texas home, and devoted parents who had no gender preference and who would truly be committed to openness. The family she chose had joined Abrazo's program very recently, being members of our Candy Cornholes orientation of 10/16. Yet these Texans are no strangers to parenting, having a daughter who's ready to be a proud big sister, so they were happy to leap into action, and to welcome this beautiful baby boy into their lives when selected. We wish them every joy as they grow into the forever family they now are. Blessings, all!
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  3. Niels & Sarah are a faithful LDS couple from Idaho, who are parenting one adorable son already. Having done one open adoption already, they know how well it works and they look forward to growing their forever family. If you think you'd like to be the birthparent of their next son or daughter, contact Abrazo and we will gladly put you in touch with them. (Seeking an infant of any race and either gender. Paper-ready and waiting since October, 2016.)

    © Abrazo

  4. Rene & Mari are a loving San Antonio couple who dream of adopting their first child together! They understand that open adoption is about growing their family by adding a baby and birthparents to their lives, and they can't wait to meet you. If you want to get to know more about them, call Abrazo and let us make an introduction. (Seeking a Hispanic or Anglo-Hispanic infant of either gender. Paper-ready and waiting since December, 2016.)

    © Abrazo

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  6. Sometimes, the road that brings birthparents, babies and adopting families together is a straight highway, while other times it takes more of a meandering trail with unforeseen twists and turns. Yet however they find each other, the end result is a glorious new destination, and so it is for our newest forever family. The birthmother had chosen a family, yet when her baby was born, felt he was intended for another home. The adoptive family had suffered a great loss of their own last year and feeling their family was incomplete, had just had a homestudy done, so weeks ago, they learned of Abrazo from another family who adopted here years ago. We give thanks for the two adoptive families, who helped support this birthmom and who helped refer this adoptive couple to Abrazo, and for the other Abrazomoms who offered to cuddle this baby for us at the NICU while we sought a new home for him. And we thanks God for bringing everyone together for the love of this very special baby boy. Blessings, all!
  7. Dan & Heather are a loving Pennsylvania couple who hope to adopt a baby, with the help of a very special birthmother. To learn more about this electrician and teacher, contact Abrazo and we'll be happy to put you in touch with them! (Seeking to adopt an Anglo and/or Hispanic baby of either gender. Paper-ready and waiting since January 2017.)
  8. Neil and Judith, from Wisconsin, have been married for years and they look forward to adding a new son or daughter to their loving home through open adoption. If you'd like to talk with this sweet couple and learn more about them, let Abrazo know. (Seeking an infant of any race and either gender. Paper-ready and waiting since January 2017.)
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  10. Abrazo learned yesterday morning that one of our precious babies who went home with his new parents just 8 weeks ago had passed during the night. Our hearts go out to Chad and Charlene and Charles Henry, the adoptive family of Baby Chase, and also to Joe and Roxanne, Chase's birthparents. Please keep all of them in your prayers as they grieve this enormous loss. Chase was much-loved in his all-too-brief time here on Earth, and the loss of him will be deeply felt by all who adored him, forever.
  11. Familia todo porque quatros personas se enamoraron... One week ago, they were just one more couple from our Candy Cornholes orientation of October 2016, who were anxiously waiting for their homestudy agency to get their study done and submitted to Abrazo. They were busy with the holidays, like everyone else, and had no idea whatsoever that their lives were about to change forever. But in a land far away, in a city where folks regularly speak their second language, a young couple was anxiously waiting for answers to their prayers, regarding a baby on the way at a time in which they felt the least prepared to manage another child. That baby was born, and the prospective birthparents fortuitously found their way to Abrazo. The much-needed homestudy was swiftly forwarded and approved, enabling the introduction which today changed everything for all of them, as these four parents met for the first time and joined hands and hearts to bless one very much-loved baby boy. We celebrate the precious son they now share, and we wish them every joy as they build a forever family relationship that will guarantee that this child will indeed always be family to all of them! Happy New Year, everyone.
  12. Chad & Gail are a Spanish-speaking doctor and teacher from Maryland, who look forward to the joys of becoming first-time parents through open adoption! If you would like to get to know them better, call Abrazo and let's get you in touch today. (Seeking an Anglo and/or Hispanic infant of either gender. Paper-ready and waiting since January 2017.)

    © Abrazo

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  14. Months ago, an expectant mom joined our program in hopes of doing an open adoption for her coming baby boy. She had the support of her family, and she wanted the sort of open adoption that would honor her family ties, as well. She chose one family out-of-state, but when another baby needed them more, she made the decision to choose an alternative adoptive couple closer to home. She found them amongst the couples who attended Abrazo's Candy Cornholes orientation of October, and they met for the first time just this month. Days later, this mama went into early labor, and today, she entrusted her precious baby boy to their care forever, trusting that they will honor their promises to keep her involved in his life and to stay involved in hers, as well. We wish them every joy in their relationship as they continue to grow their friendship, and we hope the son they share will forever feel connected to both of his loving families. Blessings, all!