Father through Circle Surrogacy, BJ Holt is interviewed on this HuffPost Live segment about Moms & Dads Who Choose To Be Single Parents. Holt was gracious enough to discuss his experience of becoming a single parent with the help of Circle Surrogacy. To watch the full interview, click on the video below.
In the article I Gave Birth to Someone Else's Children"—What It's Like to Be a Surrogate, Circle surrogate Sara Chinn shares it all—from the anxiety of being matched with parents to the rush of emotions in the delivery room.
I’m not sure I could think of two words that pack more emotion than “you’re pregnant.” They can knock a grown man to his knees—or, in my case—two grown men.
Let's back up a little. I’m a 35-year-old woman from Kansas who’s had four children of my own, and I enjoyed every moment of being pregnant with them. After our youngest child was born, my husband and I knew we were done. But I missed physically being pregnant: I missed having my nails grow faster, feeling the baby kicking—heck, I even missed the cravings. So when my sister-in-law struggled with infertility, I knew instantly that I wanted to be a surrogate for her.
Circle was given the opportunity to help spread the word about surrogacy with a guest article for Global IVF. GlobalIVF.com is an online resource that gives you up-to-date information on reproductive clinics, costs, treatments, laws, policies, statistics, cutting edge developments, services, etc. in countries all over the world.
The article breaks down the surrogacy process for same-sex couples living outside of the United States.
While surrogacy in the United States for heterosexual intended parents and same-sex intended parents is largely similar, there are a few factors that separate gay surrogacy from surrogacy for straight couples.
To read the full article, click here.
With the holidays season in full swing, Gay Parents to Be's blog offers its holiday gift guides for LGBT parents as well as egg donors and surrogates. For the latter, the Gay Parents Team reached out to Circle Surrogacy for some inspiration on which presents best express the gratitude intended parents have for all that these women do.
To read the blog, click here.
Chinese babies born to American surrogates is a niche business that is growing in the United States. Various factors appear to be behind the trend, including infertility, the promise of American citizenship for children born in the U.S., and in some cases, a way to navigate around China's one-child policy. Taking a closer look at what's involved, CCTV News interviews John Weltman, founder and president of Circle Surrogacy.