The situation here in the UK is evolving daily with new announcements from the government about Coronavirus and the ongoing impact this pandemic is having on our country, and in particular our NHS.
The Guardian has published a feature about the growing numbers of men pursuing parenthood through surrogayc, adoption and fostering, sharing their stories. We were pleased to help with the article, which also quotes our founder Natalie Gamble:
When I tell people I have been a surrogate not once, not twice, but currently carrying twins for my third journey, the reaction is normally sheer bewilderment or amazement.
The two week wait or 2ww as you’ll find it on many web searches, is a pretty tricky time when going through a surrogacy journey.
The Huffington Post has featured an interview with Brilliant Surrogate Lisa Charlwood-Green, who carried a baby for a same-sex couple in the UK.
It’s a very strange feeling to have found a wonderful person, fallen in love, planned the wedding, bought the family home… and then not be able to have the children together that you so desperately want.
Surrogates are amazing women, we will be the first to tell you that!
Hi everyone, I am Kim from Portsmouth. Six months ago I heard some very sad news of a friend who, due to cervical cancer, couldn’t conceive her own child.
The Huffington Post has published a feature about three same-sex couples and their family-building journeys. It includes the story of Michael and Jerome, dads through UK surrogacy with Brilliant Beginnings, who shared their journey:
The answer will vary depending on who you ask but the general thought associated with that saying is a long duration.
We wanted to share this letter, which was sent by a US surrogate for her UK intended parents as a surprise for their final parental order hearing.
I hear that expression a lot when first telling people that I’m going to be a surrogate – and the reaction tends to be even stronger when they discover that I’m doing it for people that until last year I’d never met before!