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Would You Be a Surrogate For Your Child?

There are few loves stronger, if any, than that of a mother's for her child. For 52–year–old Crystal Sirignano, a mother's love meant carrying surrogate twins for her fertility challenged daughter and son–in–law. After watching them struggle to conceive, the grandmother carried her own grandson and granddaughter to term, fulfilling her own child's greatest dreams.

The proud grandma told The Flint Journal:

I just feel so blessed and fortunate. It's the best experience of my life. . . I don't regret one second, even the times when I didn't feel good. None of that was as bad as watching what my daughter went through.

Would you offer your womb for your child's offspring?

Frank-y-Ava Frank-y-Ava 9 years
I'm sorry but I'll tell her she needs to adopt!
radmama27 radmama27 9 years
Livvy-P Livvy-P 9 years
Yes! As strange is it would seem, I would do anything for my daughter. And if that meant carrying her children for her, I would do it.
Greggie Greggie 9 years
No, being artificially inseminated would be against my beliefs. Although I'm assuming my child would respect that and not ask anyway. Plus, it would be a non-issue by the time they're of child-bearing age anyway.
ShePirate2010 ShePirate2010 9 years
Maybe, but probably yes, it would be so odd so say that you gave birth to your grand kids and all lol, so so so strange.
apma apma 9 years
I could only imagine doing it for my own child. I doubt she'll want children before I become, in my mind, too old to do so but you never know what can happen.
redheadkimie redheadkimie 9 years
I would for sure. I'm even thinking of doing when I'm done having kids for strangers.
Mishell Mishell 9 years
After this pregnancy I've decided not to get pregnant again. So, no I wouldn't do it. But I think it's very kind and loving for those who can.
Mystofflyn Mystofflyn 9 years
Yay! Flint's my hometown! I would do it for my child, as long as my daughter agreed to tell the grandchildren when they were older and have the children in therapy to help them deal. It's a very confusing situation. Just being adopted is confusing enough when the birth parents are found. This might seriously disturb the children, or it may just pass over.
Brendelwoman Brendelwoman 9 years
I agree with the previous posters. But I highly doubt my body would be able to handle it. I had my kids at 30 so if this is an issue it probably wouldn't be until I am 60 and I don't think it would be possible unless I really kick my butt into shape now.
kikidawn kikidawn 9 years
I would definitely do it (given that my body can handle it)
Gabriela14815884 Gabriela14815884 9 years
There is no doubt in my mind that I would do it!
faerymagick15 faerymagick15 9 years
I would most definitely do it if I could.
millarci millarci 9 years
It would depend on my age and my body. If my body can handle it at the time, then yes I would.
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