My dream of having a family of my own was made possible through assisted reproductive technology (ART) and surrogacy. After learning that I could not carry a child myself, my husband and I were devastated and overwhelmed, but our desire to have a child was strong. So, we decided to pursue IVF/gestational surrogacy to have a baby.
Thirteen months after starting the process, our surrogate gave birth to a beautiful baby girl. I cannot begin to describe the flood of emotions I felt when my daughter was placed in my arms. I will never forget that day, and my husband and I will forever be grateful for our surrogate. Three years later, we had another wonderful surrogacy journey that resulted in the birth of our son.
However, as a new mom, I realized that the birth process was not the end of our journey. What if something happened to my husband and me? Who would take care of our children? I knew something more had to be done to protect our children if the unthinkable happened.
I developed a process to help parents with minor children name guardians to take care of their children if the unthinkable happens.
The best part? It takes less than 30-minutes to do.
The process isn’t hard. It’s not complicated (it can be done in 6 easy steps).
Just click the blue button below and I'll show you: