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About Stork Central

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  • Birthday 01/04/1994

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    http://abrazo.org
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    10010 San Pedro, San Antonio, TX 78216
  • Interests
    Happy children. Loving parents. Healthy families. Healthy homes. New hope. Openness and honesty. Better choices. Brighter tomorrows.

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  1. The birthcouple were experienced parents who would’ve loved to raise another child, but for their circumstances. This adoptive couple had returned to Abrazo expecting to add a boy up to age 5 to their family of five. Yet God had other options in mind for both couples, and they united in love, becoming the forever family of a beautiful baby girl yesterday. Blessings, all!!
  2. Nathan & Grace began their family by adopting through Abrazo, and they believe in open adoption so much, they’re back again! (Seeking a boy of any race, up to the age of 5. Paper-ready & waiting since March 2021.)
  3. This childless couple hails from the Texas Hill Country and they dream of meeting that special person who will help make their parents through open adoption. (Seeking an Anglo & Hispanic newborn of either gender. Paper-ready & waiting since April 2021.)
  4. This well-traveled couple has chosen to make their home in Virginia and they dream of becoming parents through open adoption. (Seeking a Hispanic or biracial baby of either gender. Paper-ready & waiting since April 2021.)
  5. This LA chef and physician are looking for the perfect infant to make them first-time parents. (Seeking an Anglo or Anglo-Hispanic newborn only; either gender. Paper-ready & waiting since April 2021.)
  6. Sean & Michelle added a daughter and her birthmom to their family through Abrazo before and are eager to do so again. (Seeking a baby of any race and either gender. Paper-ready & waiting since March 2021.)
  7. This PA family is seeking to adopt a baby brother for their homegrown daughter and an open adoption is their heart’s desire. (Seeking a male newborn of any race. Paper-ready & waiting since March, 2021.)
  8. This sweet Texas couple longs to grow their family through open adoption... can you help? (Seeking an infant of any race and either gender. Paper-ready & waiting since April 2021.)
  9. Robert & Amanda are Texas nurses who long to start a family of their own through adoption. (Seeking an Anglo &/or Hispanic newborn of either gender. Paper-ready & waiting since April 2020.)
  10. Mea culpa! We've been so busy doting on our newest baby and her adoring parents in person that we neglected to post the baby announcement, but we couldn't be happier for the sweet baby girl whose birthmama and adoptive parents found each other with the help of another Abrazo birthmom. Friends don't let friends do closed adoptions, and we're so thankful that our community includes folks who truly care about each other. Congrats to our newest new parents, members of Abrazo's Crown Club, and God bless (all) our birthparents, too.
  11. Today’s placement— the first of Abrazo’s 27th year— was a beautiful tribute to faith and fortitude. The adoptive couple, members of the Crown Club 2020, had endured a failed adoption plan last fall, yet didn’t lose faith in the process. The birthmother had endured the loss of her other children previously, yet still wanted a better life for her newborn daughter, even as she knew how much her own sacrifice would hurt. Today, they were joined at placement by her loving sisters and their spouses, and together, they reveled in that precious baby, and the families all cried and laughed and prayed t
  12. As All Saints Day approaches, we remember some special members of the Abrazo community who passed away in 2020: We honor the memory of adoptee and Abrazo grandpa BRUCE BERGER, who died of cancer. We honor the memory of Baby Alexander, who was to have been adopted, but was stillborn. We honor the memory of adoptive mother LINDA VENTURA, who never recovered after suffering a cardiac episode. We honor the memory of DAN GILETTE, an adoptive father who passed after a tragic tragic accident at his home. We give thanks for the lives of these and others in our adoption commu
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