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by Sam everingham


Posted on 2016-04-08 at 10:38:48


Like many Australians, India’s freeze on surrogacy for foreigners stymied Katie Wyatt and her husband Chris’ plans for a second child (Their first, Archie was born in India in 2010). Undeterred, they eventually turned to Canada and twins Augustus and Taj, were born in Alberta, in 2016. Hear what they learned along the way

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