What created this snowball effect of wanting to become a surrogate was actually my husband bringing it to my attention. I got to thinking about it and thought this would be a great opportunity to give back. I feel like a lot of today's society lost their way to being a kind person and kindness has always been instilled in me from a very young age and I don't see a lot of it anymore. I think it's great that someone else can carry and labor a child just for the sake of other people finally starting a family. I loved my pregnancy through the entirety of it and I would just really like to help someone else with such a wonderful, stressful, and most rewarding job they could have because I feel if you want to have a child then you should. Parenthood is a really beautiful thing and if I can help and make someone out there the happiest people in the room, I will.
I am a 25 years old wife and mother of one beautiful 4 years old. I stick to my small circle of people and, for the sake of honesty, I work and come home and that's about it. On my free days, I enjoy spending my time with my family, being adventurous, and making people laugh.
I don't know firsthand how it feels to not be able to carry a child on their own, but I know how it feels to wonder it and that alone is enough sadness to think about it in itself. If I can help make that happen, to give someone a wonderful chance at parenthood, it would mean more to me than you could imagine. I wouldn't change a thing about my 4 years as a parent and it would be my honor to allow someone else to feel that feeling of accomplishment. I've made a lot of mistakes in life, as has everyone, but being a mother is not one of those! Let's get you a baby! :)