I have PCOS (poly-cystic ovarian sydrome) and assumed I would never be able to have a child of my own since PCOS affects your ability to release eggs (not the ability to actually carry a child, typically). It wasn't until a year into my marriage that I became blessed with my first daughter, who will be 5 this summer. She was a surprise - a very happy one. My second daughter was also a surprise. She turned 1 back in February. That feeling of thinking I'd never have that dream, it's painful. Becoming a mother made my life complete, as cheesy as that may sound. If there's someone else out there feeling that same void, I'd love to help them feel whole.
I'm intelligent, well-spoken, respectful and shy at first. I have a great sense of humor and can be sarcastic at times. I'm hard-working, driven and responsible. I have two daughters I stay home with (one spends time at preschool) and I maintain my home. Anything else you'd like to know, I would be happy to share! :)
I know what it's like to long for something you worry you'll never have. It's an incredibly lonely feeling. I was told by a doctor when I was around 21 that I may not conceive naturally due to the PCOS. She said I would have to do IVF in order to become pregnant, something I wasn't sure I'd ever be able to do. I managed to get lucky and fell pregnant naturally with both of my children. I know there are couples out there who aren't as lucky as me. Being a surrogate, even just once, is something I've wanted to do since having my first child. I want to give to someone who can't. I had both of my children full-term with no complications, not even high blood pressure one time. My oldest daughter was born a couple days early at 7 pounds and my second daughter was born a week late at 8 pounds. Both were perfect, healthy and ready to go home with me. I was told I handle pregnancy very well. I feel I'd be an ideal candidate for someone looking to have a baby! :)