For years I have had a strong desire to be a surrogate.I wasn't sure why, but it was a thought that would persistently come back to mind over the years. At some point in *** I began to dive into researching issues involving the LGBTQ community.I was part of a small, conservative, Christian homeschool group at the time, and it proved difficult to have an opposing viewpoint.However, the more I read and researched, the more I realized I didn't agree with my peers. Long story short, I became passionate about being a voice in the Christian community on behalf of the LGBTQ community, because the Christian community is one that could use a few more voices speaking up on behalf of LGBTQ folk. I would love nothing more than for this passion to come full-circle now by combining it with my desire to be a surrogate.It would be an incredible honor for me to help a gay couple become parents themselves.I would be humbled and overjoyed to be part of something so amazing.
I am a healthy, active, stable mother of three amazing children.I conceived far too easily.My pregnancies were all textbook.I loved being pregnant, and I had three natural childbirths. I was a college swimmer and currently stay active by doing open water swim races, running races, and have done a few triathlons. I am a reliable friend and a trustworthy employee. I am passionate about constantly learning new things.Topics of interest to me are psychology, religion, world politics, different cultures, social justice issues, gay rights issues, and health/nutrition. In my spare time with my kids, we swim at our local YMCA, do our own 'cupcake wars', and do dance and lip sync competitions in our living room.My free time alone, I read, exercise, write for my (just for hobby) blog, and spend time with friends.
How does one adequately summarize their existence in a matter of a few sentences? Because that's what you're looking for.You want to know me to my core in order to determine if I am trustworthy enough to carry inside of my own body, the most precious thing that you will ever be entrusted with.Another human life, which you will be responsible for forever.Yet you have to first trust me to be responsible until we meet this gift. And you don't know me from the drug addict on the street corner. If you could have been my friend during my own pregnancies, you would have seen how well I cared for my own body, knowing that by doing so, I was giving that impossibly precious miracle inside of me the best possible chance at starting out healthy.If you would have been present in the delivery room for my firstborn, you would have heard the labor nurse say she wished someone would have been making a "how-to" video for natural childbirth.If you were my friend now, you would see how I live a balanced, peaceful life.I don't overcommit.I set proper boundaries.I am mentally well and physically strong. This is a big deal for you.And so it will also be a big deal for me.You have the lifelong commitment, but it requires my temporary commitment.And you can rest assured that I would treat this pregnancy exactly like I did my own, for the sheer fact that this utterly perfect little being is a valuable life that deserves the best possible chance at a healthy start.