My husband and I had our first child January *** and have been focused on raising him at the moment.We are currently discussing opening our situation back up to surrogacy.
While I have never been prone to aptly describing myself, I would say that I am a life-loving, funny, and smart woman.I am always looking for new books to read, new things to learn, and new treats to bake.I spend a good amount of time either baking or learning new techniques for the next dessert I plan on making.It is a difficult task, but I have managed to create a small garden on my back patio at the apartment complex my husband and I reside in.I love spending time with my family and my best friend, who just shipped out for Naval boot camp.I am a human rights activist, and support the LGBT community and their fight for equality.I am strong willed and focused and I will fight for what I believe is right every time.
Dear Potential Parents, Thank you for taking the time to view me as a possible carrier of your bundle of joy.I have given birth, through c-section after not dilated past 5cm after 53 hours of labor, to a healthy little boy.My entire pregnancy was fairly easy, no huge cravings, no medical issues, and hardly any bad symptoms that usually come along with pregnancy.My husband and I waited 12 years to have our first and it has allowed us a certain maturity that some younger parents do not have.I know being in my 30's is not a comfort to some, but honestly being pregnant was one of the best and easiest times of my life. I was 12 years old when my little sister was born and though I did not carry her, I feel as though I did most of the time.I was there the entire pregnancy with my stepmother and I was even in the room when she was born.I watched her take her first steps and when she was able, I began teaching her to read.I drove her to her first day of school when I was just a senior in high school and I was there when her first grade teacher explained she was reading at a high school level and that we should consider having her skip second grade.Most recently, I was there to see her graduate college this past June and I have never been more proud in my life. All I want is to give you the opportunity to feel as I did all those years and currently.The ups and downs, smiles and tears, but most of all the love.It is the greatest thing I have experienced outside of falling in love with my husband.If you do not find that through my help, it is my hope that you find it all the same. Reese