April 2015

The Surrogacy Source Welcomes 300th Baby Born

We are thrilled to welcome the birth of our 300th baby born via surrogacy! Baby Boy John is our lucky number three hundred! He was born at 9 pounds 2 ounces. The surrogacy was a sibling cycle, which means Baby Boy John will be the older brother to a baby previously born by the very same surrogate mother through our program to the same Intended Parents. We wish all the best to the surrogate mother and Intended Parents, what a wonderful gift!
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2014: Fertility Source Companies Year In Review


This past year went by quickly here at Fertility Source Companies, but it’s important to take a moment and reflect on the year before diving into the new year to come. We are grateful for the growth and experiences of 2014 as well as all our opportunities Creating Pathways to Parenthood. Egg donation and surrogacy have connected our staff to a wonderful and truly inspirational community of men and women striving to be parents and raise children of their own, despite any and all unique circumstances. It is our job to do everything in our power to create a stress-free pathway to parenthood for all Intended Parents alike, in addition to tending to our egg donors and surrogates who are paving the way for our Intended Parents with their generosity.

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Resolutions & Reveries

We hope everyone’s holidays were lovely and that everyone is feeling positive about the year to come. For many of us this time of year is filled with resolutions, formal expressions of intentions, for the next 365 days or more. A common practice, these resolutions are wrapped up in our dreams about the future and the way we perceive who we are and who we want to be. While many of us would love to end the next 365 days as committed to those resolutions as we are today, most of will have altered these resolutions many times over, long fallen of the wagon, or have forgotten our resolutions completely. We might look back realizing that our altered resolutions were still positive– maybe even better and more realistic than the ones we made 364 days ago, we might be slightly disappointed but set new resolutions for the coming year with the experience and knowledge of the year past, or we might not look back at all.
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