Baby Gear: What You Might Need

Welcoming a baby into this world starts with making sure he or she is healthy. It also means being prepared for when your baby comes home. This list should help …

Cord Blood Banking

Cord Blood Banking What is Cord Blood and why is it important? Cord Blood is the blood that remains in the placenta and umbilical cord after your baby is born …

Keeping Communication With Your Surrogate Fresh

Communication Check In: Keeping Things Fresh F.O.R.M stands for Family, Occupation, Recreation and Media. The idea is that these 4 topics can open up a conversation easily and help you to discover more about the …

Bonding With Your Little One

Bonding With Baby: Before Birth Parents and children share a deep, emotional bond. This bond is what makes a parent’s instincts kick in, to care for and protect their child. …

How To: Set Healthy Boundaries

In our experience, the root of all struggle is fear. Relationships become unhealthy when we act from a place of fear, rather than love. More often than not, we aren’t …

Inducing Lactation for Intended Mothers

The Protocols for Inducing Lactation and Maximizing Milk Production: The Regular Protocol Suitable for intended mothers expecting a baby via surrogacy or adoptive mothers with a long lead time Most …

Who Should You Go To For Support?

Experts say that, when you are dealing with infertility, you need support to help you vent about all the frustrations, worries and fears. “Support is key for women struggling with …

Grounding, Staying Calm and Focused

Some of us find it more difficult to connect with the earth and with our bodies due to emotional and behavioral patterns we developed in childhood. But with practice, we can …

#SurrogateRealTalk: Advice for New Surrogates

S- Take your time choosing IPs. I feel like it’s the most important part of your journey! K- Patience!!! This journey will unfold in all different ways for everyone and at …