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  2. bobandlisacarlson

    Baby Announcements 2019

    Congratulations!
  3. DPJ

    Baby Announcements 2019

    Welcome to World Owen
  4. Stork Central

    WELCOME, OWEN CHANCE!

  5. Stork Central

    Baby Announcements 2019

    In a hospital out of town today, another couple from our Hold On, Heather’s Here orientation of May 2019 went from being a childless couple to proud parents of a baby boy, thanks to one loving birthmom. May this child always know how adored he is by each of them!
  6. DPJ

    In Memoriam

    Prayers for this loss. May you find peace in all the memories made.
  7. 1st x grandma

    In Memoriam

    Condolences to his Family and all who love him. May he rest in peace 🙏
  8. SamanthaK

    In Memoriam

    Praying for his family
  9. mwalker

    In Memoriam

    Thank you for sharing this. Many prayers for the family.
  10. bmom2nickngrace

    Baby Announcements 2019

    Welcome Asher! Congrats to the newest family!
  11. Stork Central

    In Memoriam

    The Abrazo staff was informed today of the recent passing of adoptive dad Joseph Defosse in Mississippi in August. Joe and his wife Lisa adopted their daughter Jamie here in 2003; they were part of the Los Misionarios orientation group of February 2003. The family traveled this summer to Hawaii for the trip of a lifetime, but five days after returning home, Joe suffered a stroke that later led to his death. His obituary can be read here. Please join us in lifting Lisa and Jamie in your prayers as they adapt to this great loss in both their lives.
  12. SamanthaK

    Baby Announcements 2019

    Welcome Asher !! May God bless you and all the family who loves you ! I love their testimony of how this happened for them.
  13. DPJ

    Baby Announcements 2019

    Welcome to World Asher!
  14. Stork Central

    WELCOME, ASHER ISAIAH!

  15. Stork Central

    Baby Announcements 2019

    A match shortly after the Hold On, Heather’s Here (May 2019) orientation weekend led one TN couple to the depths of heartache when it led to a failed placement plan. But this couple found the courage to keep going with their adoption journey. And just three weeks later, they jumped on a plane on a moment’s notice to return to Texas for the baby that is truly Meant to be theirs! God bless the broken road... and their new son, and all the parents who love him!
  16. DPJ

    Nursery Notes

    PTL
  17. bmom2nickngrace

    Nursery Notes

    ((Hugs and Prayers))
  18. Stork Central

    Nursery Notes

    We're happy to announce that Abrazo did successfully find a loving home in March/April for the four-year-old boy (above) and his younger brother, who ended up being placed with him... and after many, many months of searching, we are today participating in the placement of the little girl with hydrocephalus, mentioned above. There IS a loving home out there for every child. Sometimes, it just takes a lot more searching to find families special enough to say "yes" to some of them.
  19. Stork Central

    A Birth Grandmother's Role

    Birthgrandparents, be sure to let us know if you want to be added to Abrazo's secret Facebook group for adoptive grandparents and birthgrandparents!
  20. Stork Central

    WELCOME, RACHEAL!

  21. DPJ

    Baby Announcements 2019

    Wowza 10 pounds! Great bundle of joy!
  22. TRACEB

    Baby Announcements 2019

    Congratulations to the New Parents!
  23. bmom2nickngrace

    Baby Announcements 2019

    Congrats to the new family!
  24. SamanthaK

    Baby Announcements 2019

    Congrats !!! So happy for them. Praying for everyone. True testament to its not if but when ! And yay the girl streak continues ! ❤️❤️
  25. Stork Central

    Baby Announcements 2019

    The last remaining couple from Abrazo's This Is Me Excited orientation of February 2018 had had a number of calls from prospective birthparents, and were even chosen by a couple of placing parents, but nothing felt right to them until they were chosen this year by an expectant mother who bore a striking resemblance to the prospective adoptive mother. They said "yes" to the match, and today, they are the proud mom and dad of a ten pound baby girl. We wish them all the best, and we hope this is just the beginning of a close and meaningful family relationship with the brave and selfless birthmom without whom they would not be parents, today.
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