Christy Trabun and her children, from left, Gage, 3, Shiloh, 10 months, and Coen, 10 months, play with a toy train set in their Dallas home. The Trabuns used a national program called Snowflake to “adopt” unused embryos of an Oregon couple who had conceived children through in-vitro fertilization. Cade Trabun, 4, Coen and Shiloh were conceived as a result of the donated embryos.
Christy Trabun and her children, from left, Gage, 3, Shiloh, 10 months, and Coen, 10 months, play with a toy train set in their Dallas home. The Trabuns used a national program called Snowflake to “adopt” unused embryos of an Oregon couple who had conceived children through in-vitro fertilization. Cade Trabun, 4, Coen and Shiloh were conceived as a result of the donated embryos. Ashley Landis Dallas Morning News
Christy Trabun and her children, from left, Gage, 3, Shiloh, 10 months, and Coen, 10 months, play with a toy train set in their Dallas home. The Trabuns used a national program called Snowflake to “adopt” unused embryos of an Oregon couple who had conceived children through in-vitro fertilization. Cade Trabun, 4, Coen and Shiloh were conceived as a result of the donated embryos. Ashley Landis Dallas Morning News

Embryo adoption offers another way to make a family

September 04, 2015 10:00 AM