Adam and I just completed a one day training course that I think is perfect for intended parents expecting via surrogacy.
There's lots of brilliant help and advice provided to pregnant women here in the UK but not to us as we don't exactly meet the criteria! So we had been looking for some time for a suitable course but found almost everything out there is geared towards pregnancy, birth and breast feeding.
This course is designed for nannies and doulas. We found it to be brilliantly practical for people with zero experience (like me!) and entirely supportive of us as future gay dads. So with the help of an anatomically correct doll that we named Jacob, I can now bathe, change and generally nurse an inanimate doll - let's hope I can transfer these skills to the real thing. I highly recommend it:
Becoming a two dad family is not easy. Some practical information on our surrogacy journey and hopefully a happy ending....
Tuesday, 26 June 2012
Monday, 18 June 2012
creating a cot from an unfathomable flat pack....
Over the weekend we had our latest scan. We're at 34 weeks now and everything is fine except baby is in breach position right now so the next scan, just as we're due to travel, will answer whether we can expect a c-section or not.
Are we supposed to be this relaxed at this stage? I suspect not.....
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