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It's Abrazo's 26th year, and what better way to start the second week of the New Year than with a placement? (Especially one that was long-awaited?) This pair of againers from Missouri came back to adopt again a year ago, thinking they'd attend camp in lieu of orientation, but a failed adoption plan followed, and then months of waiting and then a cancelled orientation weekend, so they joined our What Brings You to This Conversation? November 2019 orientation, instead, and that did the trick, because the "right" match came up right afterwards! Their patience was definitely rewarded, and now, thanks to a loving birthmom who made her best choice on behalf of her family, their "forever family" has grown to include a beautiful baby girl and her birthfamily, too. Blessings, all! 

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The first 2020 baby of the year....well deserved family much love ❤️ 

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Congratulations! 

 

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Congrats ! And of course I’m partial to the baby girls name. Blessings to all ! 

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A military mama who endured untold trauma did her best to care for her baby boy, but felt he was meant to have parents better prepared to meet his needs. She painstakingly made a loving plan to place him with a childless couple from our Hold On, Heather’s Here orientation of 5/19. They are grateful for her faith in them and their relationship is designed to forever assure him of their shared love for him and for each other. 

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Sometimes, adoption plans made during pregnancy don’t result in placement... and sometimes, placement occurs later on, down the road. One toddler who was to have been placed but wasn’t bounced between homes and caregivers for a year and a half, before his birthmom elected to complete her initial plan to place. She chose a childless couple from our Hold On, Heather’s Here weekend of 5/19, for whom a toddler was always their first choice. We celebrate this new, improved family and the brave mama who made their destiny possible. 

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They were to have attended our April orientation, and then our July weekend, but both were cancelled due to Covid-19. Meanwhile, though, this returning adoptive couple was thankful for the opportunity to match with a loving birthcouple, and this week, they became the elated parents of a second baby boy. We wish both couples peace and joy as their life’s path continues in a shared direction forwards. Blessings, all! 

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Another couple who was waiting to attend orientation but kept getting waylaid by the pandemic got the best call of all on an otherwise ordinary Saturday night. A courageous soldier had chosen them to parent her newborn, and two days of driving later, he was in their grateful arms. Blessings, all! 

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Welcome little ones....sounds like lots of boys are being born lately....yeah!!!! Welcome to your forever family!

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After months of painstaking preparation and countless prayers, Abrazo’s staff is overjoyed to announce that a wonderful family was found (at long last) for a twelve-year-old boy who has captured all our hearts in a very short time. Many thanks to his birthfamily (and their neighbors, who initially contacted us, to our newest foster family who cared for him in the interim, for the remarkable adoptive couple, to all in our community who held him in their thoughts, and to the Creator who answered our prayers on his behalf. May God bless this young man and all who love him! Blessings, all...

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It took a selfless decision on the part of a loving Texas birthcouple to bring the Hold On, Heather’s Here orientation group of 5/19 to completion, but busy doctors don’t always have the luxury of time when it comes to getting homestudies done and paperwork completed.
 

The two physicians who were the last in their group to take placement never doubted open adoption could work for them, though, so the birthparents and Abrazo are delighted to have successfully made them parents, at long last.

Blessings to the beautiful bog they now forever share!

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