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Adoption is a Loving Option
Adoption is a loving option chosen by men and women facing an unplanned pregnancy. Our pregnancy adoption service aims to make the process of considering your options as simple as possible.
- Many turn to adoption because they are simply not ready to raise a child at this point in their lives.
- Some believe that an adoptive couple is in a better position to offer their child the opportunity to reach their full potential.
- This is a courageous and important decision.
- The child will know that the decision of the birth parent was a loving one.
Adoption Planing In Washington and Idaho
Mark Iverson and his staff at Adoption Services in Spokane, Washington are compassionate and sensitive to your needs as an adoptive mother. Our Adoption Services team is ready to assist you in creating an adoption plan that is best for you and your baby and to help you find the resources you need. All communication is confidential and we are here to answer any questions you may have.
Learn more about our adoption services.
Contact us today, in Spokane, Washington, to request an appointment for a free half-hour consultation to discuss your adoption options.
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"Our family is built from love and adoption...we would like to adopt once more."
Luke and Kim enjoy being a family of five and are looking forward to adding to that. Together they have previously adopted three girls and have been blessed by each of them. They are hoping to continue to grow their family, again through means of adoption.
Luke and Kim live on the family ranch of 120 acres in the home of Luke’s grandparents. They enjoy their home and the space it allows them and their children to have.
Luke served in the Marine Corps for four years. He currently is a full-time stay-at-home dad to their three girls as well as helps maintain the family ranch. Kim has been in the nursing field for almost 20 years and really enjoys it. Currently she works at a nearby hospital as a Clinical Supervisor of the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit and Pediatric Departments.
Luke and Kim have adopted three girls prior. They are hoping to adopt another child and are willing and open to a child with special medical needs. Luke and Kim are open with their children about their adoptions, as developmentally appropriate. They currently keep in contact with their twin daughter’s birth mother by providing current pictures and some updated information.
Luke is known as the more “easy-going” one of the two whereas Kim is the “organized planner.” Together they are a good parenting team. They support one another and are great encouragers and teachers to their children.