I have poly cystic ovarian syndrome. This is a very confusing name for it because it's named for a symptom and not the actually problem. I don't have cysts on my ovaries, I have a hormone imbalance due to an improperly functioning endocrine system. This imbalance has caused us four miscarriages. We want children so badly and because I've been unable to carry a pregnancy even through the first trimester we are looking at the other options.
My fiancé and I met in September of *** was 19 and he was 26.We met at work when I transferred cities and started spending time together when I was staying with a mutual friend instead of commuting everyday.We started dating that November.In September of *** we got engaged.We are both a little nerdy; Nick more so than I.He is good with computers and other things along the same lines.He likes projects: fixing things or upcycling one thing into another.I'm creative.I paint, make jewelry and draw.We are both intelligent.I like math, language and history; and Nick likes science and history.We are both so family oriented.My favorite example of how important it is for Nick to be a father comes in the form of an elementary school project.When all kids are asked to imagine what they want to be when they grow up, most little boys say heroic things like fireman, astronaut or police officer.But not Nick.Nick's picture was a stick figure holding the hand of a smaller stick figure.He wanted to be a daddy when he grew up.And I feel just as strongly, the importance of having children.
Dear ma'am, You are a true blessing.Carrying a child for another couple is incredibly selfless and honorable.We want to thank you for considering it.I'm sure you have criteria we must fit to feel comfortable blessing us with a child that would share your generic material just as we do when considering a surrogate.On the other hand there are things we have no idea how they might work and are willing to forego if it means being patents.If you agree to carry our child we would like to be involved in the pregnancy as much as you would allow; seeing ultrasound photos and knowing how you and the baby are doing.We would also like to be present at birth if you were comfortable with it.But as I said, these are not completely necessary and would happen or not happen at your discretion. We are from Michigan, a state that does not allow payment for surrogacy.You would need to have insurance to cover medical costs related to the pregnancy.We want to be patents more than anything in this world but are not willing to break the law so we can not pay you anything. Again we want to thank you for considering us.With admiration, Kayleigh and Nick