Words can never ever express our gratitude to you for getting us the best
gift in the entire world...Ava Rose. However, if only four words could describe you, they would be Compassion, Equanimity, Love and Joy.
It's truly amazing how God works these miracles and brings the right people together at just the right time. We are in awe of how this journey brought us back to you once again.
You are the one who had always given us hope and faith in this journey and therefore we took the leap. Once again, you are here to encourage us and take us by the hand through this journey.
Your compassion to the birth mother brings tears to my eyes, your disposition of equanimity is honored in all your interactions with others, your love is huge and never seems to end and you are forever bringing others joy.
We can never, ever thank you enough but our prayer is that the blessings that you have given us are given back to you many times over.
With Much Love.....J and S
"When we started our adoption journey we were scared to death. We had heard about other adoption stories and the heartbreak and disappointment other couples had gone through when a birth-mom decided not to place. We knew it would be a long process. After interviewing a few agencies we chose Lauren Feingold because she was the most genuine, thorough, and professional with explaining all of the adoption steps. She assured us that she would work closely with us every step of the way. You can imagine our shock when after two weeks of waiting we were chosen by a birth-mom. We had a three month wait for the baby to be born and it seemed like an eternity. Along the way there were a few moments when things just didn't seem right but we just put our trust in Lauren and god and waited it out. We were devastated when the baby was born early and the birth-mom decided not to place. Because we were on a tight budget for the adoption we knew we only had one last chance to be parents. We waited a long eight months and tried to be patient, but as time went on we wondered if it would ever happen for us. Our prayers would possibly be answered when we heard of a potential birth-mom who was pretty far in her pregnancy and was sure with her decision to place. We were both excited and nervous while waiting to see who the birth-mom chose. We were in total shock when Lauren called and told us to get to the hospital because our baby was being born!! We rushed to the hospital and had the most amazing experience of our lives. We were handed our baby just minutes after her birth. We stayed by her side until she was released to go home. We are over the Moon in love with her and owe it all to Lauren and her wonderful staff. Both she and Miranda have been so caring and continued to reassure us that we would soon be parents. Our family is now finally complete!! No words can express how grateful we are to Lauren and Miranda. We have truly been blessed!!! Thank-you Lauren and Miranda for all you've done
and the incredible work you do...” Adoptive Parents, Allison and Ray
I have to start at the end of our story by saying we were so lucky to have had an amazing adoption journey. Our baby girl is such a blessing. She is absolutely perfect in every single way. When we look at her every day we are so grateful and still in such disbelief that she is ours. We can never thank Lauren enough for being so honest, open, supportive and simply amazing. As we were going through the adoption process, I remember Lauren telling us (on more than one occasion), "you will know when I present you with a birth mother situation that is right for you". Lauren never pressured us. She communicated with us better than we could have ever hoped for. She called us regularly (regardless of whether or not she had news to report). As you can imagine, the waiting process can be so long and emotionally draining. Lauren did everything she could to constantly assure us that our baby was out there. And one day, she called us to tell us about our baby girl's birth mother situation. As soon as we heard, we knew that she was the baby for us. Our family is now complete and we will be forever grateful to Lauren. ~Adoptive Mom, Gina