// 11 months of luna may olive • how are we less than a month away from year 1 • signing “yay,” a graceful “hi” “all done” and “more” • saying “dada”, “mum”, and “hmmmm?”• eating all the foods • dancing and twerking to music • still loving “word party”• fake coughing • raspberries in our face • obsessed with stuffed animals and spots them at every store (welcome home, slothy) • crawling sooo fast, standing but not walking, just cruising all furniture, and always wants down and on the go • oh, boo boo, you sure are our queen! // #lunamayolive#ivfsuccess#11monthsold#seelunagrow
✨Surrogacy amazes me ✨What amazes me even more is the incredible women that have babies for other people altruistically. ✨ These ladies are empaths that know the pain of not being able to bear a child and help others from their massive hearts and feelings for others. .
We did not go down the road to Surrogacy but we considered this. It’s a complex journey. What I do know is how difficult it must feel for any woman to hand over the baby she has grown in her womb. 🌸.
✨Babies hear your voice in utero, move with your moods, plays and bonds with you. There is a connection, physical and spiritual. ✨ ✨Intended parents will go overseas for Surrogacy through an agency for a multitude of reasons. ✨There are good stories and there are bad. ✨
✨Some surrogates don’t even get to see the baby when it’s born ✨ 💔This lack of care for the surrogate is psychologically damaging to the birth mother and also the baby. Care for both is a MUST. ✨ Then there are wonderful stories of surrogates seeing the newborn, with Parents supporting her needs now & continued into the future✨ ✨Thinking of Surrogacy? - Check out Podcast ~ The Australian Surrogacy Conference 2018 @families_surrogacy With @sarah_surrolawyer. All the legals plus real surrogate stories that will bring a tear to your eye. It’s powerful✨ (This is not endorsed by anyone but my personal opinion, love of babies and humanity)