sarah agnis

  • You are 100 percent true on that. I feel the same way. Encouragement plays a vital role in spreading the good in the society. A lot of people are doing service as a surrogate out of need. We should not bash them if at least support their cause. We are still so thankful to our surrogate for what she has done for us. It is a humble cause even if it…[Read more]

  • Well, I would not like to discourage you. But you e should know that the doctors’ opinion should be considered at some point. If you so dearly want to have a child you might also want to look into adoption. That in its self is an act of selflessness. It’s not every day that parents get the opportunity like this. May it is your calling.

  • So true! surrogacy is such a blessing. Those who volunteer for it are angles for the families who have lost all hope. It is actually a demanding experience. Not much different from a normal pregnancy. But truly rewarding. I hope that people understand the facts. This is the need of todays’ world. These people are doing charity for them self and…[Read more]

  • I really like the way you have summed up this post. It’s very impressive. It is likely that you should also convey the importance of family. When there are people out there who do not have the privilege of having one. At one point parents complaining about their children. At other those who are yearning to have even a single child. Its just about…[Read more]

  • Hey Amelia, its good that you have had successful surrogacy. You make it sound quite easy. Well, it is an expensive procedure, and that it is time-consuming as well. Would you please give some insight and details about your doctor. We would be thankful for some piece of advice. Currently, I am unwell. I and my husband were dwelling on having an…[Read more]

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