New phase of our lives
After four years working with SCI Healthcare, I recently decided to stop working with them, for many reasons. Bob has been home with Mishali since her birth in June 2012, and has been the most amazing house husband. It's time for him to go back to his work as an electrical engineer, and now time for me to be with our bubbles, Toby and Mishali. I will continue to work with people having their bubbles through surrogacy in India, and other countries. During the past four years I know I have made a difference, and have helped many. I am very proud of this, and will continue to help wherever I can, but it's now time for me and Bob to enjoy our babies.
Forum - www.indiasurrogacy.forumotion.net
I recently updated the Indian surrogacy forum that I set up in 2009, to be inclusive of anyone and everyone pursuing surrogacy in India. The original intent of the forum was to be inclusive, but it became, over time, a forum focussed on SCI Healthcare. I have recently been working with as many clinics in India as I can find, who offer surrogacy, to add to the forum so newbies can access a greater choice of surrogacy services. I am updating the forum with the aim of it becoming a one-stop-shop for all information about surrogacy in India. My aim for the forum is for anyone and everyone who has done surrogacy in India, with any clinic or agency, to give practical advice and assistance to those who come after us, who need help and support.
We decided some time ago to no longer blog our personal story, the main reason being that our babies now have their own story. We have a new blog which is invite only. If you want to follow the progress of Toby and Mishali, please mail us at email@example.com and we will send you an invite. But I have to know who you are, as I am sure you will understand. there comes a time when your story is no longer open to all and sundry.
A last pic on this blog of our babies ... Toby is 3 next week and Mishai turns one. Wow, who ever thought we would get here??? Go back 600 posts and see where we started, it was not an easy journey.