by Sam everingham
Posted on 2019-01-30 at 10:40:55
Nigel and his wife Caroline married in 2006, but had met 6 years before. Soon after meeting they decided to try for children, but after 10 years of 8 failed IVF attempts with egg donation sharing programs in the UK, decided to embark with surrogacy with New Life Georgia in 2012, using donated eggs from Georgia, and a surrogate in the New Life program. After a couple of unsuccessful attempts using different surrogates (with only one embryo left) Grace was eventually born on 16 June 2014. Given that they didn’t want Grace to be on her own without siblings, they decided to return to Georgia, using the same donor and a new surrogate, and on the first transfer Jack and Rose were born on 21 July 2016.
Inspiring StoriesTotally inspiring stories abound in the Australian surrogacy & donor communities about the journeys taken by intended parents and the surrogates who assist them in the Aussie October Seminar series may sell out. For me, there is huge joy in being able to help hopeful singles and couples to create family. Some of them […]
Australia’s eighth annual surrogacy & donor conference for intended parents for the first time had a whole day devoted to domestic surrogacy. A record crowd of 180 intended parents attended from around the country, to network, and hear from experts, panels of surrogates, parents, egg donors, and donor-conceived children. The success of the event would […]
If you have embryos still in Ukraine, it may be tempting to initiate a new surrogacy arrangement in Ukraine, particularly if your surrogacy agency and surrogate are agreeable. This is a highly risky and unethical proposition. Various foreign governments, including Australia, have announced that they cannot support safe travel or exit arrangements for newborns via […]