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Caledonia, Northern Illinois, United States
I am a Thirty-Something mother of four beautiful girls. My love for them, and the joy I've experienced during this crazy ride called motherhood, has inspired me to help make the dream of a family become a reality for couples through gestational surrogacy. I've proudly helped A&T, as their lives were forever changed when they welcomed a son in April 2010 and K&S were blessed as parents in Sept 2012 when we welcomed their twin boys. I completed my final surrogacy journey Nov 2015 when I helped a wonderful local couple J&W and Big Brother add their family with the birth of twin boys. I am so very fortunate to have wonderful relationships with each one of my surro-families and continue to share in their lives.

Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Poem of Hope

I stumbled across this poem today and while reading it, my eyes welled up and my heart swelled.  I've been so blessed to have been part of making my former Intend Parent's dreams come true and I cherish that we have stayed close and continue to share a relationship.  My hope is that this journey will end with the same feelings of love and friendship.  Being just weeks away from our next transfer, our anticipation escalates ... praying this will be the one.

A Surrogate Mother’s Poem of Hope

By Christa Lynch, 3 time gestational surrogate mother
Let me bring you peace and joy
Be this baby girl or boy

Your dream to sing sweet lullaby
Your precious babies healthy cry

Let me help you see the day
A child’s love takes your breath away

Reaching milestones like they do
Seeing the world through eyes so new

You’ve tried so hard, your journey long
My heart for service, my body strong

When your faith in miracles is feeling weak
I am that angel that you seek

Restoring hope inside of you
That wishes really do come true

As your baby develops and grows
Dissolving sorrows and healing your woes

Whose blessing is greater, we cannot be sure
We each had trials we had to endure

Replacing sadness with thanks and praise
A humble appreciation for those hard days

For once your baby is finally here
Your thoughts of me will always be dear

Whether time or distance should send us apart
You and your child will remain in my heart

A surrogate mother will always be
A cherished branch in your family tree

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