Intended Parents

We’re here to help you make your dream of a family a reality. We want to be there for you so that you can focus on getting ready for your new baby.

We start out by learning about you so that we can make the right match with the woman who will be carrying your baby. You may have been working with a fertility clinic, but if not, we can assist you in finding a clinic that best meets your needs. If you need an egg or sperm donor, we can make the necessary referrals. We will be with you every step of the way until your baby is born. And we’ll celebrate with you as you take your new baby home.

All our babies are born through gestational surrogacy, which means that the woman who carries the baby is not biologically related to the child. Frequently, the intended parents’ eggs and sperm are used to create the embryos which are transferred into the gestational carrier. Other times, the embryos are created with donor eggs or sperm. Our gestational carriers are women who want to help others experience the joy of parenthood. They enjoy being pregnant, but believe their families are complete. Our gestational carriers are carefully screened and must pass a background check and a psychological assessment. Carriers must be at least 21 years old, have given birth and have a history of healthy pregnancies. They are non-smokers and do not abuse drugs or alcohol. All carriers are in stable living situations, with support available throughout their pregnancies. We are always impressed with the warmth and caring personalities of our carriers.

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We have offices in Minnesota and Wisconsin, but we work with intended parents from other states and other parts of the world. Your baby will have a birth certificate from the state where he or she is born. An important part of the process is to ensure that you are the legal parents of your baby. We know many experienced attorneys who can complete the legal work to recognize your parental relationship to your child.

We have offices in Minnesota and Wisconsin, but we work with intended parents from other states and other parts of the world. Your baby will have a birth certificate from the state where he or she is born. An important part of the process is to ensure that you are the legal parents of your baby. We know many experienced attorneys who can complete the legal work to recognize your parental relationship to your child.

We know that you will have many important questions.  We will be honored to speak with you to answer those questions and address any concerns you may have about this process.

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