Surrogacy Resources | Surrogate Solutions

Our agency is dedicated to guiding and supporting you throughout your journey to parenthood and beyond. These resources cover a variety of aspects, from informative books and children’s literature to support groups and connections with others who share similar experiences. Here is a summary of the resources you provide:

Books for Intended Parents:

  1. “Surrogacy Was the Way” by Zara Griswold: Featuring the stories of twenty intended mothers, offering hope and possibilities for achieving motherhood despite the challenges of infertility.
  2. “Successful Surrogacy” by Susan MZ Fuller: Provides insights from a surrogate’s perspective, guiding intended parents through the surrogacy process.
  3. “Everything Conceivable” by Liz Mundy: Explores assisted reproduction, including surrogacy, through interviews and insights from different perspectives.

Children’s Books about Surrogacy:

  1. “Mommy’s Oven” by Brandi Pearce: A book that describes the surrogacy process for parents to share with their children, emphasizing open communication.
  2. “Grown in Another Garden” by Crystal Falk: Introduces young children to surrogacy in a gentle and understandable way.
  3. “The Baby Kangaroo Treasure Hunt” by Carmen Martinez Jover: A story using kangaroos to explain egg donation and surrogacy to children.
  4. “The Very Kind Koala” by Kimberly Kluger-Bell: A charming picture book for young children that explains surrogacy in simple terms.

Support for intended parents experiencing infertility:

  • RESOLVE: The National Infertility Association: Offers resources, support groups, and advocacy to empower individuals and couples facing infertility challenges.

Contacting Other Intended Parents:

  • Private Facebook Group: A platform for intended parents to connect, share experiences, seek advice, and offer support on their surrogacy journey.
  • Our very own Podcast: Me, You and Who?! Like and Subscribe to Apple Podcasts, Spotify, YouTube

Our agency is committed to providing a range of resources, from educational materials to emotional support networks, demonstrating a holistic approach to supporting intended parents. If you have a book or resource that you found useful, please share with our team.

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