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Do you think that you could do it? Would it be something you would be interested in trying?
I like the theory of helping a childless family but at the same time there are some things about being pregnant that I don?t enjoy and the idea of going through all of it without a baby in the end would be too hard.
Yeah I could do it. If it meant helping another woman receive the joy of motherhood. My cousin found out last year that she is not able to carry a baby. We are like sisters and my DH offered up my womb to her and her DH after we had our first. She has good eggs, but it never keeps.
I would have done it for my brother and SIL if they had asked, but they went ahead and didn't even consider that option and adopted my adorable niece from China....
As long as my kids are small, I don't think i could know, unless it was for a family member or close friend...I have considered it before, but I know this is something my DH and I would have to decide together...i make him do more when I'm pregnant!
Nooooooooo... being pregnant sucks.
I would do it in a heartbeat. I'm not one of those women who bonds with baby in utero so I don't have any fears on that front. Post partum would be hard, I know, but it would be worth it to me to help someone out. We got lucky; it was easy for us to get pregnant.
But I think at 32 I'm too old to be considered a surrogate, even with gravida 2, para 2 status.