Saturday, January 28, 2017

Unexpected Aspiring Parents Looking for Surrogacy in Georgia



With the leaps and bounds made in technology and the creation of more progressive legislation, the definition of “family” has constantly been evolving.

It has become more inclusive, welcoming other forms of family such as those with two fathers, two mothers, intentional single parent, or couples with adopted children becoming less rare than before.

But perhaps the best reflection of these changes, are the unexpected aspiring parents who are choosing to have a family through surrogacy. Read more from this blog. http://bit.ly/2nrsDXI

Tuesday, January 17, 2017

How to Become a Surrogate Mother: Important Questions to Ask Yourself



Surrogacy is a life-changing decision that requires serious consideration. Imagine carrying a baby in your womb for nine months and giving it to someone else after giving birth? It involves crucial aspects of your life, including physical, mental, and emotional impacts. This is why those who are willing to be surrogate mothers should take all the time they need before deciding to undergo such a process.

There are questions that can guide you in figuring out if this is something you really want to do because once you start, there’s no turning back. Read more from this blog. http://bit.ly/2mYImQe

Wednesday, January 4, 2017

Surrogacy Agency Trend: More Single Men Choose Surrogacy to Start Their Own Family



Mention the words surrogacy agency, and no one will probably even think of making the connection with single men. However, this most left field of pairing is the rising trend in surrogacy, with more single men choosing to be intentional single parents.

Can’t Wait for Ms. Right Any Longer

According to many surrogacy agencies, the spike in single men seeking their services is not rocket science. They simply want to become fathers. In fact, majority of these men say that they have always known, even when they were still children themselves, that they wanted to have kids. But for various reasons – their career taking priority, not meeting a partner that wants a family, legal considerations in their home state or country – their dream of fatherhood remains unfulfilled. Read more from this blog. http://bit.ly/2mrN71A