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Our beginning
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Our beginning
by Jennifer on October 14th, 2017 under Surrogacy Journey
Here we go. Is this the beginning? I'm not really sure. I have two beautiful girls Ireland aged 8 and Aubrey aged 5. Ireland has a very rare vascular disease so we are extra hopeful we could bank ou... Read more
Starting the Journey
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Starting the Journey
by Kelly on September 29th, 2017 under Surrogacy Journey
Wow where do I begin. Information overload To many laws restrictions and sub laws Medicare unfairness Dreams cost Money Desire to have a child, for someone who lost their womb over ... Read more
Starting the Journey
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Starting the Journey
by Kelly on September 29th, 2017 under Surrogacy Journey
Wow where do I begin. Information overload To many laws restrictions and sub laws Medicare unfairness Dreams cost Money Desire to have a child, for someone who lost their womb over ... Read more
My first time
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My first time
by Ashley on July 03rd, 2017 under Surrogacy Journey
Hey! Well my husband and I have 3 kiddos and we've decided we want to make that dream come true for someone else. I'm also hoping to become friends with the intended parents. We will be going through ... Read more
Surrogacy search
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Surrogacy search
by Cece on June 16th, 2017 under Surrogacy Journey
We have bee through a lot in the last few years from having a baby die before we got to meet him. We had an adoption that fell through because the young mom wanted to be close to her baby. Sometimes g... Read more
surrogate mother
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surrogate mother
by Deirdre on February 08th, 2017 under Surrogacy Journey
I am 36 year old South african mother of two children and my family are complete and I would love to give this amazing feeling of being a mother to another family.... Read more
Our 2017 Journey
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Our 2017 Journey
by Monica on January 22nd, 2017 under Surrogacy Journey
We embarked on this journey 5 years ago. Through those 5 years, we have experienced a lot of frustration, confusion, pain and heartaches. EXACTLY 3 years ago today we were waiting for approval fro... Read more
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