I know it's trite to say that having a child would complete me, but that's pretty much the truth.My ex-wife and I went through three rounds of IVF before the doctor delivered the devastating news that her eggs were not healthy enough.I seek a traditional surrogate, using IUI in a doctor's office or clinic because it is a healthier choice than the use of fertility drugs. I also have one other non-negotiable: I am seeking a known surrogate - not an anonymous one.In fact, I am open to, and would welcome continued involvement in our child’s life in any way.
As I approach my 65th birthday, I try to keep my ego in check, remain calm, and care about the world and the creatures who inhabit it.I love life and have a long list of places I want to see, books I want to read and things I want to learn.My great passions are theatre, traveling, reading, music, art, swimming, cosmology, nature and religion. My biggest flaw is my temper, but I am not a physically violent person.When I am angry, I lash out with my tongue. I was born to an Irish Catholic woman, raised by an adopted Jewish family, but my spiritual beliefs come from being a hippie in my youth.I believe there is an interconnectedness among all living beings. I have had two successful careers as a teacher and a theatre director.I am certified in English, Math and Theatre and have over twenty years of teaching experience in the public schools.I also founded the Hartford Children’s Theatre, which ran for 20 years, and I have directed over *** plays – mostly by and/or for children and their families.
Dear Surrogate Mom, I have been looking for you for quite some time.Please help become a Dad. -Alan