Little did they know that through all those tears and years of struggling to start a family, Tripp and Evalynn were frozen… just waiting to be adopted.
Two weeks after sharing our Adoption Story on CCFM radio another talk show host asked to interview me on our Embryo Adoption story. So here it is - my journey to experiencing pregnancy and carrying my absolutely gorgeous (adopted) son into the world. YES, you read that right! Today we have two beautiful children and never in my wildest dreams … Continue reading On Radio: “Embryo Adoption Story”
I was recently approached to share our Adoption story live on radio. Once I managed to get around the unforgiving LIVE part and a tendency to hug my words with 'ums', I was actually super excited! Turns out I was streamed live on facebook as well but I decided to stick to my 'face for radio' debut instead 🙂 It … Continue reading On Radio: “Adoption story of hope”
I constantly have my antenna poised for opportunities to chat to my children about adoption. My son is still too young to understand but he's party to the lingo and conversations that I have with my daughter. Thankfully I rarely need to cold call bring it up as I find everyday chats have made way for me to weave their … Continue reading Books on Embryo Adoption
On the 22nd January 2014, I ‘stumbled’ across a podcast called 'The Miracle of Snowflake Adoption' by James Dobson. He was explaining how he had played a role in the first ever Embryo adoption. My ears and heart were completely flooded for a moment. This meant TWO SIGNIFICANT things….. firstly that I might actually be able to carry and give … Continue reading Finding our snowflake baby
Did you know that there are HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS of frozen embryos sitting in freezers across the WORLD waiting for someone to adopt them? Dr. Dobson interviews Marlene Strege the first snowflake adoptive mom and her daughter Hannah—the first snowflake adopted baby. LISTEN HERE: PODCAST: The Miracle of Snowflake Adoption
I’m not sure when this heartbeat first began… Maybe it was sometime mid 2013 when I first listened to James Dobsons podcast on ‘snowflake babies‘. I was flicking through media and came to a halt as my heart suddenly stopped my fingers from scrolling…. and the nagging feeling that I should really be catching up on … Continue reading This heartbeat