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  2. Here's the update, friends... our program continues to see adoptive families with children placing much more slowly than the average childless couples (particularly Texas couples without kids) so please bear with us! At present, our program is most in need of infertile couples with no children who are racially-open and also those who reside in Texas. We do welcome out-of-state childless couples (but are finding that prospective birthparents have be apprehensive about those couples' willingness to return to Texas for at least annual visits in the post-adoption years.) Families with c
  3. Abrazo staff sought to reach a family who has not kept up with annual reports, at the request of the child's birthmother, and we were sorry to learn of the death of adoptive mother Trisha Stewart... https://www.echovita.com/us/obituaries/va/spotsylvania/trisha-m-stewart-7962004 We extend our overdue condolences to the family, and hope her husband will respond to our messages and offer their child's birthfamily a much-needed update.
  4. We were saddened to learn of several deaths within our adoption community in 2022... Our thoughts and prayers go out to * Kelly Yogerst, birthmother of Sebastian * Cora Truckenbrod, stillborn daughter of Priscilla & Emily & Mark and sibling of Lucas * Shana & Linda Dimambro, daughter and mother who were also birthmothers of Dylan & Shari * Maria Reyna, birthgrandmother of adoptees Josiah & Roxanne * Gewelene Montoya, infant birthsister of adoptee Maguel We are grateful for each other them, and wish them peace in their repose.
  5. It's a New Year-- Abrazo's 29th!-- so we're just launching a new thread for the nursery announcements for the babies and children who get placed and adopted here in 2023. Happy new beginnings, everyone (and prayers forward for all whose arrivals are yet to happen.)
  6. Having done an open adoption at Abrazo previously, Michael & Dana know how birthparents make miracles happen, and they look forward to welcoming a new brother or sister home for their son. (Seeking an Anglo or Hispanic newborn of either gender. Paper-ready & waiting since October 2022.)
  7. Mario & Lori long to become a dad and mom for the first time, through open adoption, and these Texans are ready at a moment’s notice. (Seeking an infant of any race & either gender. Paper-ready & waiting since May 2022.)
  8. These educators are devoted to children, so we know they’ll be great parents once their adoption prayers are answered at last. (Seeking an Anglo &/or Hispanic newborn of either gender. Paper-ready & waiting since April 2022.)
  9. A British diplomat and a Washington, DC attorney, James & Jen are ready to open their hearts and home to a Black or biracial newborn of either gender. Paper-ready and waiting since April, 2022.
  10. Arpad & Liz from MD are so eager to build a family through open adoption! Contact Abrazo to get to know this sweet couple. (Open to an infant of any race & either gender. Paper-ready and waiting since 12/21.)
  11. Adam & Clare are Texans who were waiting at an adoption consultants firm out of state for over a year. They can’t wait to become parents so they came to Abrazo instead, and they’re ready now! (Seeking an Anglo/Hispanic newborn of either gender. Paper-ready & waiting here since July 2022.)
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