Hannah Bailey

by Sam everingham

Posted on 2017-10-03 at 05:52:28

Hannah (39) and James (43) live in England have been together for three years. Hannah was born with MRKH, which means she was born with no womb, therefore she knew from the age of 17 that if she wanted to have a family then adoption or surrogacy were her only options. They chose to proceed with surrogacy and explored agencies in the UK, US and Canada. They felt the Canadian option suited them best and was introduced to a gestational surrogate in August 2016 by Canadian Fertility Consultants and with the help of CReATe clinic they now have a son, Zachary, born in August 2017. They’re still pinching themselves that their dreams of becoming parents has become a reality


As well as running conferences and webinars, International family building expert Sam Everingham  has been working these past two years with a colleague on a book – Surrogacy Stories – which takes a deep dive into the family building journeys of  twenty singles and couples from 11 nations. They include single men, single females, as […]

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