Problem with stepper motor

Hey, so before I talk about the problem, my code is supposed for my stepper motor is when the button is clicked (HIGH) the stepper motor should move once and stop. The problem I am having is the stepper motor is moving more than once through the line of codes and is stopping randomly. any tips would help. I also checked my wiring and I belive it is correct. furthermore, I am using a Adafruit Motor Sheild v2.3

/* PLATFORM - one click of the button goes to 0 degrees, the next
 click would make it go to 180 degrees and so on and so one 
   Stepper Motor- pendulum type code */
  #include <Wire.h>
  #include <VarSpeedServo.h> // custom speed library
  #include <Adafruit_MotorShield.h> // library for shield driver
  // Create the motor shield object with the default I2C address
Adafruit_MotorShield AFMS = Adafruit_MotorShield(); 
// Or, create it with a different I2C address (say for stacking)
// Adafruit_MotorShield AFMS = Adafruit_MotorShield(0x61); 

// Connect a stepper motor with 200 steps per revolution (1.8 degree)
// to motor port #2 

Adafruit_StepperMotor *myMotor = AFMS.getStepper(200, 2);

// this constant wont change:
// const = the integer will not change
const int servobutton = 2;
// servo button is connected to pin 2
const int servopin1 = 9;
// servo#1 is connected to pin 9
const int servopin2 = 10;
//servo#2 is connected to pin 10
const int stepperbutton = 8;
//stepper button is connected to pin 8
const int stepperled = 13;
//stepperled is connected to pin 13
const int servoled = 11;
//servoled is connected to pin 11

//declaring servo#1 as servo1 and servo #2 as servo2
VarSpeedServo servo1;
VarSpeedServo servo2;

// Variables can/will change:
int buttonPushCounter;
// buttonpushcounter will change depending on the amount of button pushs
int lastButtonState;
//lastbuttonstate will record the last state (HIGH OR LOW)
int stepperval;
// reads the value of the stepper button, if it is high or low
void setup(){
  // initialize the button pin as a input:
  pinMode(servobutton, INPUT);
  //declaring servobutton as input (the arduino will read from this)
  pinMode(stepperbutton, INPUT);
  //declaring stepperbutton as input (the arduino will read from this)
  pinMode(stepperled, OUTPUT);
  //declaring stepperled as output ( the arduino will send values to the led)
  //initialize the servo motor to servopin 1 and 2
  AFMS.begin();  // create with the default frequency 1.6KHz
  //AFMS.begin(1000);  // OR with a different frequency, say 1KHz
  myMotor->setSpeed(50);  // 50 rpm
  Serial.begin(9600); // starting serial monitor

void loop(){
//  servo(); //this will read from void servo
   stepperval = digitalRead(stepperbutton); //stepper value will be used to read Stepperbuttons value/state
   if (stepperval == 1) { 
  digitalWrite(stepperled,LOW); //stepperled will turn off
  myMotor->step(50, FORWARD, DOUBLE); 
  myMotor->step(50, BACKWARD, DOUBLE);
  myMotor->step(50, BACKWARD, DOUBLE);
  myMotor->step(50, FORWARD, DOUBLE);
/* if the button is pressed, the stepper motor will go through a loop of the gear moving back and forward, 
   *  creating a pendulum like effect. Then the motor will be released so it does not keep on going  
   } else if (stepperval == 0) {
  digitalWrite(stepperled, HIGH); //if the button is not pressed, the led will stay on, meaning it is not in use
  delay(500); //delay of 500ms

void servo() { //this code is used for the servo button
  //read the pushbutton input pin:
int sbutton = digitalRead(2); 
  //compare the state of button to its previous state
  if (sbutton != lastButtonState) {
  // if the state has changed, increment the counter
  if (sbutton == HIGH) {
    // if the current state is HIGH then the button went from off to on:
      Serial.print("number of button pushes: ");
  } else {
    // if the current state is LOW then the button went from on to off:   
    //delay to avoud bouncing
  // save the current state as the last state, for next tie through the loop
  lastButtonState = sbutton;
  //move after every 2 button click
    if (buttonPushCounter % 2 == 0) {
      digitalWrite(servoled, HIGH); 
    //after the first button click, the servo motor will move to 180 degrees
  } else {
    //every secound click, the servo motor will move back to 0 degress
    servo1.slowmove(0, 10);
    servo2.slowmove(0, 10);

/* Help with state changing button */


  pinMode(servobutton, INPUT);
  //declaring servobutton as input (the arduino will read from this)
  pinMode(stepperbutton, INPUT);

How ARE your buttons sewn on?

Wiring switches is far easier if you use INPUT_PULLUP. Then, you just need to connect one leg to ground and one leg to the digital pin. Of course, then LOW will mean pressed, but that’s easy to remember and deal with.

Ill try that! im using a 16mm Illuminated Pushbutton - Blue Momentary