Thursday, September 18, 2014

Phoenix Couple Seeking Surrogate

I am contacted by people in all aspects of surrogacy,: for advice, for help, to find a match, etc.

When I was contacted by phone via a sign language interpreter, I was introduced to a very touching story with the cutest/sweetest couple. They wanted me to help get their story out there and I'm happy to do just that. Their story is already spreading, let's spread it around some more.

They were recently on the news- Support pours in for Phoenix couple seeking surrogate

Check out their GoFundMe page where they share a cute video, and I'm sure you'll fall in love with them and their story, just as I did.

They are offering different reward levels for donations.

Friday, November 29, 2013

Black Friday #Surrogacy Books Giveaway and Sale


The Baby Chase plus Once Upon A Surrogate: The Stork's Helpers.

(And 25% off my book Once Upon a Surrogate: The Stork's Helpers!)

I let you sleep in for this Black Friday deal. Giveaway ends December 6th, 2013!

I have 2 surrogacy books up for grabs-

The Baby Chase by Leslie Morgan Steiner

Book Description

 November 5, 2013
From the New York Times bestselling author of Crazy Love comes a riveting new narrative about surrogate pregnancy from both sides of the equation—the parents and the gestational carrier.
Once considered a desperate, even morally suspect option, surrogacy is now sweeping headlines, transforming the lives of celebrities like Sarah Jessica Parker, Nicole Kidman and Elton John, and changing the face of the American family. But how much do we really know about it? And is it really as easy and accessible – emotionally, financially, legally and physically – as magazines make it out to be? We often hear about successful outcomes, but little about the journey – about the precious hope that starts it all, the ups and downs of finding a surrogate, the heartache and obstacles, the risks and expenses at every step, or the unbelievable joy when years of determination pay off. In The Baby Chase, acclaimed writer Leslie Morgan Steiner weaves three stories together — of a nurse, a firefighter, and the Indian gestational carriers and doctors who helped them — to provide one intensely personal look at what makes surrogacy so controversial, fascinating, and in some cases, the only ray of hope for today's infertile parents-to-be.

Rhonda Wile and her husband Gerry struggled for years with infertility. With perseverance that shocked everyone around them, they tried every procedure and option available – unsuccessfully – until they finally decided to hire a surrogate. While surrogacy was being touted as a miracle for hopeful parents, for Rhonda and Gerry, it seemed an impossible and unaffordable dream. Until they came across the beaming smile of a beautiful Indian woman on the internet… and, within a few short months, embarked on a journey that would take them deep into the emerging world of Indian carriers, international medical tourism, and the global surrogacy community.

Moving, page-turning, and meticulously researched, this complex human story is paired with an examination of the issues—religious, legal, medical and emotional—that shapes surrogacy as a solution both imperfect and life-changing.
(I noticed Amazon is offering 30% off books until December 1st. Enter code BOOKDEAL at checkout. Restrictions apply)

Once Upon a Surrogate: The Stork's Helpers by Jill Hancock Reeder (aka ME)

4.45 of 5 stars 4.45  (stars out of 5)·   rating details  ·  11 ratings  ·  10 reviews
Have you ever wondered what is like to be a surrogate mom? Jill Hancock Reeder describes what it is like to be a “helper”- a stork if you will in children’s terms. Jill has been a surrogate before. She knows what it is like. Illustrations for the book are created by none other than her own children! It is simply beautiful!

If you or your children have ever wondered what is like to be a surrogate, I would highly recommend this book. You can catch a small glimpse of what it is like to be an incubator to someone who can’t have any children of their own. You can teach your children there is more than one way to have children.
And if you yourself are struggling to have children perhaps surrogacy might be the answer for you!

Order your copy or learn more including reviews and blog posts at

At this time, the book can only be ordered directly through the author at the above address. If requested, you can receive a signed copy. Thank You.(less)

Learn More about Once Upon a Surrogate: The Stork's Helpers-

25% off for a limited time with this special link-

How to enter the Giveaway-

Wednesday, November 20, 2013

Ad- Seeking GS

Loving and caring couple with one son would like 
to add to family. 
Looking for surrogate in CA area or other surrogate 
friendly state for transfer sometime in Dec or Jan. Have 
frozen embryos and clinic in 
California. We would like to be very involved in the 
process and are easy going. We are looking to 
complete our family. We are not an agency.


GS who has given birth with no complications
Non-smoker, & medication and alcohol free
Resides in California is a plus but not necessary.
Generous compensation.
Contact Information
Contact:    Vincent
Los Angeles, CA

Sunday, October 27, 2013

Surrogates and Egg Donors needed!

The Surrogacy Centers are in current need of Surrogates and Egg Donors.

If you have been thinking about becoming a surrogate or egg donor, here's your chance. Or maybe you are an experienced surrogate or egg donor wanting to do it again.

Direct links to more information-

For Surrogates

Monday, August 12, 2013

Surrogacy Classified Ad- Single IM in NY seeking surrogate

I'm looking for a mature, responsible lady for gestational carrier who would be making a huge difference and offering a tremendous gift to this single IM.  58 years old, healthy, no illness history, 5'4" 118 llbs., nurse with big young Italian family to surround my child.  Don't let this age, fool you.  This is not your MOM'S IM!
Meeting is believing!

Happy to talk/Skype! Better than average comp!

Transfer will take place in beautiful Cyprus. You will be able to go to your Dr. after that and deliver in a surrogate friendly state. 

If you are interested, leave a comment or e-mail me.

Thursday, August 1, 2013

7 years? Wow! Happy Birthday Surro Baby!

On July 31, 2006 

I got sent home from the hospital and went to sleep. I was so tired.
I woke up at 4:00 AM on August 1st wimpering. I had never felt contractions that strong before. My husband heard me wimpering and asked if I was okay. I told him we better hurry and get to the hospital ASAP! I was in so much pain I couldn't talk very well so my husband called my IPs to let them know. (They had just flown in the night before and hadn't gotten much sleep either) We let my mom know what was going on. (She had flown in to watch our kids) The 20 minute freeway drive was spent with me death gripping the door handles of my hubby's truck. By the time we got to the hospital I thought I was going to die!! Well, they didn't send me home this time, but by the time they got me paperwork to fill out, it was too late for meds. It was time to have a baby. This was so different than my children's births. My first natural experience and she was born face up. Her parents were there beaming with pride over their little bundle of joy. All I wanted to do was sleep! Once I had rested, I was so overwhelmingly happy. I was awestruck. And when I finally held her it didn't feel like I was holding the baby I carried. Thank you to my former IPs for the amazing experience and memories! Happy Birthday sweet little 7 year old!  🎉🎈
You may not know me, but you hold a special place in my heart. ❤

Sunday, July 14, 2013

Let's talk about surrogacy

The other day I was invited to join my friend Dawn Marmorstein on the premiere of her radio show. I rarely turn down an opportunity to talk about surrogacy and shed some light on the subject. (Especially when it's with someone I know and respect.)

I had a great time and hopefully we helped answered a few questions for those who want to know more about surrogacy. 

I do have to admit that I got a little nervous and upon listening to it later, noticed I said "you know" a good amount. (I'm only human)
Sometimes I get a little sidetracked with the questions too.

You can listen here-