What happens after the excitement of Transfer Day? You wait.
So this is new, well maybe not, this has been a little different. I have been a touch more emotional since I started taking them. My goodness, talk about sore breasts, it has been crazy. Luckily, I have been super busy with the family. My youngest just turned 2. I cannot believe she is 2 already! (and she is a total brat and beats her oldest sister up)
I am so excited! The contracts are all signed and we are ready to rock and roll! Let me backtrack for a moment. I connected with the Vermont Surrogacy Network (VSN) like 3 years ago and was advised to wait till I had my next child and then decide.
In order for you to understand my journey, you will need to understand me, and what makes me tick and what makes me, well me. Hello, I am Justine Alison Deslauriers and let me start from the beginning.
Vermont Surrogacy Network (VSN) closed out 2017 with three transfers just before Christmas and rang in the New Year of 2018 with all three transfers being confirmed as pregnancies!!!
2018 could prove to be a turning point in Vermont with a new Parentage Bill being passed by the House of Representatives and moving to the Senate.
Having just completed my first embryo donation contract for clients working with Northeastern Reproductive Medicine, I wanted to share some thoughts on the contrasting philosophical and legal constructs underpinning this procedure.