My goals here

Related to Surrogacy Advocacy | Posted on September 17th, 2015
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Today is the first day in a new era for me.I am starting my journey to help people become parents.I've always wanted to but was dissuaded from doing it.But now I won't be.There are plenty of parents who shouldn't be, but because of being able to conceive easily.And yet there are so many that can't conceive and now I get a wonderful opportunity to help them.

There's a song by country artist Kellie Coffey called "I would die for that," about not being able to conceive.And every time I listen to it I cry.In one part she sings "with every test and check=up/we're told not to give up./He wonders if its him/ and I wonder if it's me." And as I have friends that have lived that; this song made me want to help those who would die for that.

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American Surrogate Mother, Lafayette, Louisiana, USA
Lisa - Surrogate Mother
Location: USA / Louisiana / Lafayette | Member since: September 17th, 2015 [EDT]
I have the ability to become pregnant easily and yet am not in a position to afford more children (time and patience). I want to help people achieve the family they want. ... See Profile
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Amanda, Intended Parent
Commented on November 20th, 2022 01:53AM [EDT]
I would like for you to be my surrogate
I would like for you to be my surrogate
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