Friday, September 25, 2009

Here we go- Introduction to me

Well here I am. I've been thinking about this for awhile, since I already tell the whole world what I'm doing on Facebook.
Here's a brief rundown of who I am:

As my title suggests, I am a Mormon Surrogate. I have done 3 surrogacies so far. 1st one resulted in a beautiful baby girl. 2nd, a sad miscarriage. 3rd darling twin boys. Because of legal reasons I cannot go into detail about these experiences. I will however say as much as I can. Surrogacy is such an amazing concept. I am so blessed to be able to be part of such an amazing experience. I have been able to meet some very neat people along the way. (other surrogates, different people working at different agencies, potential couples, etc.) It has overall been a very positive part of my life. I will get more into that later. I should mention my most recent twin surrobabies were born April 15, 2009.

I started desinging surrogacy merchandise in 2005 at cafepress and zazzle. I will add my online shops later.

So for the Mormon side of me: I grew up in an LDS family, but stopped going to church when I was about 15-16. I recently became active again with my husband and our 3 children. We are currently working towards going to the temple and getting sealed together as a family for all time and eternity.

I am a postive, spiritual person, so please keep all comments clean. :)

I guess I should mention that I do many at home businesses. I think I can mention them all here. I have been an Avon Lady since 2002. Yes, technically I'm an Avon Representative, but I love the term "Avon Lady". I already mentioned my designing and I intend to design more than just surro-stuff. I also am an Isagenix Associate. My favorite at home "job" though is Scentsy. Yes I am a Scentsy Consultant. What a fun, yummy smelling opportunity.

I should warn you that I take lot's of pictures!

Thanks for reading/visiting.

Jill

2 comments:

  1. If you don't mind my asking, Jill, how did you decide to become a surrogate? I've never met anyone else that I know of who has done it and it's very interesting to me. Would you mind sharing the story of that journey with us (your loyal readers)? :) Thanks!

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Thank you for your comments! I'll try to return the favor.