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Molly McKinnon

by Sam Everingham


Posted on 2020-10-14 at 08:42:05


Molly’s mum Leonie was a surrogate for a long-time friend. She was 13-14 when Leonie was pregnant and was very good at tying Leonie’s shoelaces in the last month or so.  But she was having a pretty crap time at school so was really only interested in feeling the kicks at night and of course meeting her surro-sibling post birth. Now 17, Molly shares her views.

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