Surrogate to Recipient Couples

Words From the Heart


You are so kind. Thank you so much for the beautiful words… they touched me. I am so happy that you all got to meet one another. We are really lucky to have you leading us through this journey. You are all so kind and welcoming. Our nanny was blown away by all of you and the warmth of your office. Thank you from the bottom of my heart.

With love and appreciation,

Intended Parent

Dear Shelley,

Thank you from the bottom of our hearts for everything you have done to help us. We feel like we have been on an incredible journey with you. There have been devastating highs and devastating lows, but throughout it all, you have been constant in your optimism, support and loving care for us and our wonderful donors. We thank you so much for this last cycle, which we have only been able to do thanks to your generosity and compassion.

If we are lucky enough to have a child, we know he or she will be all the more special because of our beautiful donor and the person who has made it all possible and tried so hard for us.

With our love and gratitude.

Dear Shelley,

Thank you for all your kindness to me and my family. It is very obvious your work is more than just a job to you. You help many people achieve their dreams and you should feel very proud of your accomplishments.  Thanks again for all of your personal attention.  God bless you and your children.

In these uncertain times, we can only truly depend on our family and friends. I would like to give you the opportunity to let your family grow, in love and commitment to each other and to this program. I cherish my own children and would enjoy helping you reach your goals.

I love being pregnant and giving birth. It’s the most amazing, spiritual, fulfilling experience I’ve ever had. I also long to bring the joy of parenthood to a couple who I know will be compassionate, loving parents. My two girls are the love and joy of my life. I hope that I will be able to bring the same happiness into someone else’s life. Bringing a life into this world is a beautiful miracle, and I hope I can help.

When I was 10 years old I decided that if I never found my match in life, I would help those who couldn’t have their own children to have a beautiful family. I would love to have the life flow through me to make families happy. I find the idea to be very life fulfilling, and would feel very privileged to have this opportunity.

I love being pregnant!! I know how badly I wanted my own children, and have been extremely blessed and fortunate that I can have them on my own. I know first-hand that desire to have children and be a mom!! I feel that being a surrogate for someone would be extremely rewarding!! It’s a gift that no one else can give a person who’s unable to have children on their own. I think it would be wonderful to help someone experience the wonderful joy of pregnancy, child birth, and seeing their own baby for the first time simply amazing–it’s something you can’t describe–you have to experience it!!

For some time the thought has been present in my mind. I enjoy being pregnant but see no possibility of having another child of my own. I think of the sadness and heartbreak of couples that cannot conceive and consider this a way that I can take part in a wonderful process.

I know what a blessing children can be to one’s life and I would like to be a small part in that blessing. Even through struggles and complications. God sends miracles in different shapes and sizes. It is my intention to be the miracle for you and your family.

There are so many people who would be great parents and can’t be. I thought maybe it would be good for me to try and help. I think too often people who shouldn’t be having kids, do. And I always think it is sad that the people who would be involved, be good parents, seem to be the ones not being able to. My cousin in law and his wife are going through infertility treatments right now and it brought the whole issue back up to the front for me lately, it really got me thinking about this. But thinking doesn’t help anyone unless you act on it, so here I am.

I would like the parents to know that even though I cannot fully understand the pain of not being able to carry their own child, I will give 110% effort to making their dream of becoming parents come true. I used to work for an OB/GYN and witnessed first hand the pain associated with infertility. I’d consider it a wonderful honor to give a couple the gift of a child.

I want to be a surrogate mother because I know how agonizing it feels to want a child and it not happening. I also know how greatly I have been blessed with healthy, enjoyable pregnancies. I would love for another loving couple to experience the joy of having a child of their own, and I feel it would be a privilege to be used by God in such a way.”