We work with both the birth mother/parents and those seeking to grow their family through adoption. We guide, we encourage, and we see that all the details in the adoption process are taken care of in the best and most timely manner.
But in our hearts, we truly believe that we represent the child and this drives us to find the best situation, the best home, and the best opportunity for a loving and successful life.
Adoption is very personal.
Whether you’re growing your family through adoption or you’re pregnant and considering adoption as an option, your decisions are driven by something felt deep inside you. Because adoption is so personal it is a period in our lives that is filled with anxiety, hope, fear, love, excitement, and worry. For everyone.
In life, there are many things that call for our attention, that draw us away from what’s truly important. But at some point, we realize that the most important thing we can ever have is our family. And the most important thing we can ever do is to take care of and provide for that family.
We all want the very best for our children, whether that means welcoming a new member through adoption, or, as a birth mother, allowing your baby to be adopted by a loving family.
The unselfish act of doing what’s best for our children defines unconditional love. This doesn’t mean that the adoption process or the process of raising children will be any easier. It does mean, though, that surrounded by opportunity and love our children can
better develop into their true selves. They can become more than anyone – even themselves – thought they could become.
I understand this. Helping families and birth parents through the adoption is what I love to do. In a way, I believe this is what I was born to do.
I’m passionate about my career choice and I am good at it. I’ll help calm you during stressful times, counsel you when the next steps seem unclear, and see to all the small matters before they become large matters.
In the end, I simply want what’s best for the parents, the baby, and the birth mother. This is what drives me.
– Stephanie White
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