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    There is a contract that is signed for custody of the baby. when a baby is born so then surrogate has no right on the baby. This is the hardest feeling for a surrogate, she does it not for money but for someone happiness. People are opting for these process. Sometimes these are the last hope of the couples. Surrogacy creates links between people. I hope that people would not call it unethical. It is the best way to have babies.



    HI, hope so fine Tiffany. I would like to appreciate this post. It will be helpful for many. People have no idea to deal with such a situation. This all can be explained by someone who is gone through this. When a child is brought through the process of surrogacy then we have to deal with so much emotional stability. If the pre-birth order is secured then it will calm and provide you a strong bond with the baby. And make many things go with the flow.



    Your surrogacy journey is really inspiring! This is a journey that no one intends to start, and no one can be sure how it will end. Most couples start on this journey at the office of the patient’s gynecologist. Good luck for your coming days.



    First of all much power to you. Don’t let anyone tell you that you can’t do anything. It’s possible that you can conceive a child through surrogacy. Most of the time it’s a successful treatment. Please don’t hurry to do a search on clinics too. Just find a reliable clinic. Once you find one just go for it. All my support is with you. You literally inspired me right there. Much love.



    Hello there. This is so nice of you. Thank you for sharing this. I am happy that you shared this. it will help many people out there. Keep sharing more. My best wishes are with you. Hoping to hear more from you. Sending love and wishes to you. Stay strong and blessed. More power to you. Don’t give up. Keep helping others. My best wishes are with you.



    How are you doing? I hope you are fine. This is so nice. I liked your post. I still remeber the time we brought our baby back home. It was indeed the best day. We finally left Ukraine and came back to home. Here, we are having quality time. I love my family so much. I am so happy for you. Stay strong. Keep sharing more. Love and wishes to you. Stay blessed and happy. Love and luck to your family.



    Hello you. This is so great. I am so happy for you. You have a complte family now. This is so great. I wish I could also post somethiomg like this. We are looking into surrogacy these days. I am quite hopeful that we will have a great experience. We are looking forward to our first visit to Ukraine. Wish us luck for this. I hope I will also share such a news soon. My best wishes are with all on TTC. Baby dust on all. Keeping my fingers crossed. Hope that everything will be fine soon. Wish us luck.



    Everyone wants a baby like me. But someone can have it naturally and some can’t have like me. I have been TTC from 10 years but no luck. Now i have decided for surrogacy. As the doctors can’t decide weather i will conceive or not. So i have decided to go for surrogacy now. It is ban in Bulgaria but i will have to move for it. Surrogacy is the only solution to my problem now.



    don’t get down on yourself if you feel awkward and unsure when you first come home. Babies can sense when someone around them is tense or nervous so try to relax and go with the flow as you to get to know this new little person. Study her neck, her eye brows, and her chubby little knees. Take in that new baby smell. Lean on your spouse, your family, your friends, if they can help you out, and remember that your anxiety is completely normal. Before you know it, you’ll be handling your role as a new mom with certainty and confidence. A new baby causes quite a stir and friends, family members, neighbors, and coworkers are all going to be vying for a time to come over and meet your little miracle. While this is perfectly wonderful and to be expected, it’s wise to set up some ground rules in advance, especially if you’re exhausted after having a C-section or a long and difficult labor and delivery. Don’t be shy about limiting the number of guests at first. You’ll be glad later on if you take some time now to rest and become comfortable with your new baby. Ask anyone who’s ill to wait until they’re feeling well and no longer contagious before they visit. You shouldn’t hesitate to ask visitors to wash their hands before holding your baby because a newborn baby’s immune system is not fully developed. You’ll want to introduce the baby to your pets as well. Your partner can bring a baby blanket home from the hospital to get your pet used to the baby’s scent. Never leave the baby unattended with your pets until they are used to your new routine with the baby.


    Jennifer D.

    Hi everyone! Thank you so much for all of your wonderful posts. It has really helped me feel less alone in this stressful/wonderful/scary/exciting journey. We are expecting a baby girl via surrogacy in May! Like many of you, it has been a long process but we are over the moon. We live in NJ and our surrogate lives in NV… does anyone have any experience or helpful tips on flying their newborn home?



    Hello, Tiffany. I hope you’re alright. This is brilliant information. It’s all really basic. But, people do NOT have this! Thank you so much. You’re doing a great job. Keep it up!



    i welcome your baby to your home. i’ll suggest dont forget to use best bassinet for your baby later.

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