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Women Share Stories from Both Sides of the 'Snowflake' Adoption
Jennifer Wright and her husband, Todd, always had been interested in adopting children. When the Phoenix-area couple realized that medical conditions prevented them from conceiving, they turned to embryo adoption. Between the two of them, she said, the only "reproductive part" that works is her uterus, and that's what the frozen embryos need. "It was a no-brainer for us," she said on her blog about embryo adoption. When Littleton resident Holly Broadway and her husband had their baby six years ago through in vitro fertilization, they had leftover embryos. Broadway had heard about the Snowflakes Frozen Embryo Adoption and Donation Program, so she made contact and started the process of looking for an adoptive family.