by Sam everingham
Posted on 2019-01-14 at 02:16:59
Brendan (31) and his partner David (36) considered surrogacy in a number of overseas countries before Brendan’s sister-in-law Ash offered to be their surrogate in April 2014. They engaged with an Australian donor, created embryos and completed their first single embryo transfer in September 2015. This first transfer was successful and their son Rylee was born in June 2016, just over two years from start to finish. Brendan will share what he learned along the way.
I am the Director of Growing Families and a dad via surrogacy and egg donation Its Sunday 24 October and I am in Sydney Australia on Day 9 of 14 days hotel quarantine. Why am I here you may ask? I’ve just returned from two weeks of face-to-face meetings with parents, surrogates, doctors, surrogacy professionals […]
Surrogacy is one of the most trending topics of the recent times. But it is not only high-end celebs like Jay Z, Beyonce, and Kim Kardashian who pursued surrogacy to realize their parenthood dreams. Even though surrogacy is more accepted as a means of building family, many people are still unaware of the whole concept. […]
For the GLBTI community interested in family building, there is the choice of trying to make things work domestically or looking offshore. The easiest way to decide on a pathway is to meet face-to-face with both professionals and recent parents. In response, Growing Families is returning to its face-to-face seminar format in London and Dublin […]