Honestly, when I got pregnant with my little boy, it was a surprise. I wasn't planning on being a mommy anytime soon. However--I LOVED being pregnant and once my boy was born, I realized that I was meant to be a mommy. I was amazed at how in love I was with this tiny little replica of myself. I know of some couples who are unable to have children, and once I had a baby, my heart began to break for them. My little boy is everything to me, and if I can help others to experience the same joy I feel in my son, I would love it. I cannot begin to imagine the intense joy I would feel watching a couple hold their newborn child, and knowing that I helped them realize their dream--all while getting to experience the rush of being pregnant again!
I'm a 21-year-old mommy of a beautiful little boy. I love literature, classic movies, and fine cuisine. As an orchestral horn player, I'm a HUGE music lover. I love working out; jogging in the early morning is one of my favorite things in the entire world. I love helping my partner cook lovely meals, and I love playing with my baby boy. I study philosophy at the University of Kentucky and I also study music performance. I absolutely love trying new things and going new places and meeting new people. I love making the most out of life :)
Dear potential Intended Parents, I've never known your struggle, and I cannot pretend to know what you've gone through to come to the decision of using a surrogate. However, I've tried to imagine my life without my son, and it utterly saddens me. I feel such amazing love when I watch my baby sleep peacefully, and I want to afford that same experience to deserving, loving parents who can't carry a child. There are SO many parents I've seen that DO NOT deserve to have a child, yet they have many, and SO many potential mommies and daddies that can't have any at all. I want to help a loving mommy and/or daddy meet the beautiful child they've always been meant to have. I believe good people deserve good things, and even though the world doesn't always seem to be fair, I want to do my part.