Infertility

They said it would be impossible, but they were wrong! The biggest announcement of 2018.

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I dropped the mic and you missed it. I made a major announcement last week – sneakily at the end of a LIVE video – and it was so huge that it’s worth repeating.

I’m done. We’re done. We will be adding another little girl to our family – and she is perfect. We did a 4D scan with Dr Bhorat in Umhlanga to make 100% sure and it was an amazing experience for me. I got to see our little girl.

The question I always get asked… IS IT YOURS? It is mine. Our own genetic material. Our own child. Mine. I’m just using a surrogate to do the part I can’t.

I’m emphasizing that she is mine to remind everyone just how big a deal it is. She is an accomplishment, a victory, the impossible made possible. She is the end of my heartbreakingly difficult road at a fertility clinic. Whatever she grows up to be, it will be amazing.

So that is it, a simple announcement to say that I didn’t give up because I knew nothing is impossible.

I think the scars of this journey will probably stay with me forever. It broke me in so many places and there were times when I could barely hold the pieces together. All I know is that my story is far from over and not told in full, but one day I’ll get there.

If you would like to read more about my infertility and surrogacy journey, read these:

I am a Johannesburg based freelance writer, social media manager - and of course share bits from my life with you on this blog. We have 2 kids through surrogacy and 3 black cats.

16 Comments

  1. Congratulations! I pray that everything goes well, and you have your own amazing little baby to hold and nurture. I’ve read your other related posts, and I can’t even begin to imagine how tough this journey had has been for you.
    Sending lots of love and prayers.

  2. Congratulations again! Amazing news! Looking forward to following your journey.

  3. Congratulations!!! This is great news. I am so happy for you. ❤️❤️

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