Our life-changing journey to become a family through surrogacy in India.
We didn't get a belly photo, it happened too quickly! So...not long now guys,,:)
Yes, we are almost there... Your twins are so cute! :)
Isnt exciting when you get the belly photo? Following your journey and cant wait to see the outcome. All the best
We are happy to see the progress... Glad your family made it back to Melb safe and sound. When we visit my family in Melb in a couple of years, maybe we could have a play date with the kids. :)
Well we went through Rotunda (Mumbai) and did not get any pregnancy photos, only the usual ultrasounds.
The belly pics are not always sent to IPs. SCI accommodates requests and takes the pics during their monthly check up. Our SM is quite petite so we are a bit worried how she can handle to carry twins to term. We are going to Delhi a month before the term ends just in case it comes early. I know you came early -- the bright side is, the longer the baby is inside developing, the better.
Well its too late now, I cannot say 'Stuff them back in, we want belly pics'Twins boys, born 10:47 and 11:00 respectively Local Mumbai time.2.48, 2.49 Kilos. 37W:4D.
Hooray! Awesome - doesn't that belly pic hit home? (But, ummm - we're not fashionable at all, but horizontal stripes?? :-) )So happy for you guys!!!
LOL... Thanks John. We are so happy to see Saffron Juliet join her fathers. We hope to meet her when we visit the East coast. Cheers!
This part is so exciting...and it's like a downhill race because while time moves slowly in the first two trimesters...it races in the third. Congratulations guys!
Hi Doug and Bill, yes, we are almost there. It's exciting and scary! :)