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Jenny Haling

by Sam everingham


Posted on 2018-10-23 at 21:49:56


Jenny offered to carry for her good friends, Amanda and Duncan after Amanda needed a hysterectomy after losing a son.It was a long considered decision to offer, but one which Jenny and her partner never regretted. However they required eight seprate IVF transfers until they had success. Jenny birthed a baby girl Macy in September 2017. Jenny will discuss how positive and fulfilling the journey was, despite the long road to get there.

 

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