Gestational Carriers and Surrogacy Children's Books
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·Books to help parents explain the alternative means used in their conception.
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Top Ten Tips for Telling Children About Donor Egg, Sperm, and Embryo
Talking to children about their conception is awkward under the best of circumstances, much less when it's complicated by infertility. This list has valuable tips for how to tell your children about their conception via donor eggs, sperm, or embryo.
The Chicken Who Couldn't Lay Eggs "
The Chicken Who Couldn't Lay Eggs " by Sabine/S Julie/J de Brus This true story based illustrated book explains the path of infertility to motherhood. A fun way to engage adults and children into the discussion of the origin of their lifes. Explaining to children and adults who have been adopted or came to this world thanks to fertility treatments (egg donnation, surrogacy, IVF) the way their family was built. amazon.com
Mom and Dad and the Journey They Had!: The Surrogacy Edition
Mom and Dad and the Journey They Had!: The Surrogacy Edition by Molly Summer The Thompson home is bustling with excitement because soon they will be welcoming a new baby into their family and Patrick will be a big brother for the very first time! As they are preparing the house, Patrick asks his parents to tell him about when he was a baby. They tell him about the incredible journey they took to have him, with the help of an egg donor and gestational surrogate
I loVe my Family: A book about assisted conception for young children.
I loVe my Family: A book about assisted conception for young children. by Tammy Troute-Wood I loVe my Family is a carefully crafted tool to assist families to discuss assisted conception (including IVF, egg donor, sperm donor, and surrogacy) with children 3 to 5 years old. amazon.com
Surrogacy, a Magical Delivery
Surrogacy, a Magical Delivery by Tamra Martin A comforting and tender tale of an opossum family longing for a baby of their own. When they learn that they are unable to have a baby the conventional way, they embark on a mission to seek out other alternatives. Beautifully and poignantly written, this book is an ideal way to introduce the concept of the surrogacy process as a loving and caring act.
The Very Kind Koala: A Surrogacy Story for Children
The Very Kind Koala: A Surrogacy Story for Children by Kimberly Kluger-Bell The Very Kind Koala is a charming picture book for young children which provides an introduction to surrogacy through the simple story of a koala bear and her husband who needed the help of a very kind koala to carry their baby in her pouch. Parents can begin reading this story to children as young as 3 years of age to begin the dialog about their own helpful surrogate.
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Before You Were Born..Our Wish For A Baby - Gestational Carrier and Traditional Surrogate books by Janice Grimes - purchase the printed version at www.xyandme.com or purchase the ebook online now from ePub Bud!