As much as I want to carry my baby, as much as I know that it can jeopardize my health-well being. Suffering from hypoglycaemia has been a challenge. It is like having a full time job itself. For the longest time, we have been looking for a kind surrogate and I hope that someone out there can finally hear our calling. Bless you, earth and water.
My name is Lili. I am happily married and have a 15 year old son, who means the world to me. I am described as a tender, soft-hearted individual with a heart to fill a nation. I am a professional and perform many humanitarian work around the world. It has been a long road since my first search. I would love to carry my own baby, however, my health condition means that it can jeopardize my health being and the baby's life, hence, my specialist thought it would be for the best to reach out to a surrogate. I am generous, kind, tender and understanding. ACTIONS speak louder than words, and meeting a surrogate who holds the same values as I do, would mean music to my soul. You will never have to worry traversing this path with us.
There are insufficient words or expressions of thanks to convey our gratitude for reading this message and maybe embarking on this adventure with us. We could never have envisaged ourselves writing to you six years ago, but here we are, and we will always remember this chapter of our journey together. While we haven't met you yet, we already know you are a unique person who, through your generosity and kindness, will help us complete our family. We've been married for 16 years, and our love story is a true fairy-tale. My husband and I were like Tom and Jerry. We didn’t like eachother, but never hated one another. While I was in Med school, he was a young business owner, roaming around with my friends. Suddenly, and without notice, we saw eachother one night, away from our friends, and love spiked! We were engaged three months later and married six months later. We discovered we were expecting our first baby after two months of marriage. Needless to say, we were overjoyed, and in January 2007, we welcomed our son into the world. My son is presently 15 years old and is absolutely lovely. We really hope you get the opportunity to meet him. He is the ray of sunshine in our life, and we are so proud of him and the person he is growing into. We are who we are. My husband is in law enforcement. He is a darling; everyone who encounters him adores him. He's an all-around decent person who is always attempting to resemble Superman. He is easygoing and diligent. He is entertaining and pleasant to be around; he is not pompous in any way; he makes everyone feel at ease and welcome. After our son was born, I became even more in love with this guy, since he was my rock and was always there for me, particularly through the first few difficult months of motherhood. He showed me understanding and compassion, and his support meant the world to me. Seeing him settle into his new position as a parent with ease was incredibly sweet. He was hands-on from the start, and he has developed into an incredible role model for our son. My husband loves his family and would go to great lengths to protect us. It means the world to me to have someone like him as a life mate. This is the husband typing: My wife is a young retired surgeon, and currently is a senior Vice President at one of my companies, but to extend the comparison, she is our very own Wonder Woman: the family's strength and heart. She is kind and sincere. If she makes a commitment, she will devote her heart and soul to seeing it through to completion. She is one of the few people that can juggle as much as she does at any one moment. She prioritizes her "number one man," but also finds time to advise her candidates during off hours, maintains a small social network of friends (both within and outside of our son's school), volunteers as a class parent at our son's school, and maintains contact with family and friends across the nation. She does all of this while also taking care of herself, helping others almost every day, cooking and eating properly, and enjoying her "me" time. My wife's main duty, however, is that of a mother. She loves spending time with our son, whether it's cooking, studying with him, listening to music with him, or going on car rides," she's an amazing mother. As we, along with the rest of the nation, navigate one of the most trying periods in modern history, the silver lining for us has been the opportunity to spend meaningful time together as a family. We are not squandering this time, and it has served as the ultimate reminder of what is really essential and meaningful in life. Lili (Mother writing): Our son is the center of our universe. He is such a nice, funny, amusing, and intelligent young man. He enjoys, math, science, cars and is typical like his father, loves to know all about tactical in particular. We adore our child and would do everything to be able to grow our family by adding another child. Our son will undoubtedly be an incredible, adoring big brother. We felt like kings and queens after our son's birth. We cherished our family and the life we'd co-created. We'd always known we wanted more than one child, but we were also confident we didn't want another so soon. We wanted to appreciate our son and have a few years as an only kid with him. We intended to try again when he reached the age of nine years old, believing that a 9-year gap wouldn’t be so bad. Pregnancy with my son came swiftly, and I believe we thought that when we were ready to try for another kid, the same thing would happen. We got pregnant. We were overjoyed, but regrettably, we lost our daughter at the age of 16 months old. We've been battling infertility for several years now and have gone through several rounds of IUI, IVF, and embryo transfers. Our fertilization rate was usually lower than the curve, but we persisted in our efforts to get genetically normal embryos. When we suffered our most recent loss, a miscarriage in October 2021, my heart and body recognized that continuing fertility treatments would be very difficult. We've had so much difficulty over the last two years that we were at a loss for where to turn, yet despite the obstacles, we never gave up on our desire of having another child. Our doctor discussed surrogacy with us, and after doing our own research, we determined that surrogacy would be an excellent option for us. To be honest, we didn't contemplate surrogacy right away. Surrogacy occurs after all other possible avenues have been explored. It occurs when you are willing to let go of the steering wheel and let go of infertility as a looming issue in your life and relationship. It occurs when you are prepared for a new road and a fresh viewpoint, and here we are requesting your assistance in bringing our goal to life. We're hoping to share this pregnancy together and stay in touch once the baby is born. We are unsure how much contact will be comfortable for you, but we are positive that we want our child to learn about you and your generosity. We are a close-knit group of individuals, and it is in our nature to make you feel at home. You will forever be imprinted on our baby and our life, and our child will grow up hearing stories of the great compassion and goodwill between two families that culminated in the birth of our child. We are lucky to reside in a bustling metropolis in which we may enjoy a good standard of living. We are a close-knit family that enjoys spending time together. We are a vibrant community with strong ties to one another. We reside in a great neighborhood in a classic brownstone near to several of the city's finest parks. We are privileged to live in such a diversified and inviting environment and to experience life. We hope that these few pages have provided you with enough information about our life, family, and who we are to entice you to learn more about us! We believe that the trip you are on is one of the most commendable things anybody can undertake, and we hope that we can share it with you. To us, surrogacy is an incredible opportunity to bring two distinct families together to produce and care for a new human being, and we can guarantee that we will do all possible to give "our baby" with a fantastic home and life. Lili