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by The Next Family January 30, 2012

By: Kelly Rummelhart

My friend, Melissa, gave birth to the 1000th surrogate baby born with Growing Generations this weekend! That’s so crazy, 1000 babies means hundreds of surrogates, which I think is amazing. Not all women can be surrogates and not all want to be either. It takes a special woman to carry and birth a baby that is not hers but luckily for Intended Parents out there, there are several of us, so I know that this number will continue to grow and grow.

I know Melissa loved being a surrogate and she loved turning her IPs into two doting fathers. YAY Growing Generations and YAY SURROGACY!

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