• Surrogate Stories: Trisha

    Surrogate Stories: Trisha


    My decision to explore surrogacy was twofold. When my husband and I decided to try for our first baby, I didn’t get pregnant as quickly as I thought I would. I ended up getting pregnant after trying for almost a year, but I’ll be honest, I was getting nervous that […]

  • Surrogate Stories: Adrienne

    Surrogate Stories: Adrienne


    I got pregnant with my first son Liem when I was 20. I didn’t expect to start a family so early, but the day he was born I knew that my life was changed. I consider my life split into 2 different parts; before Liem and after Liem. After he […]

  • Surrogate Stories: Tawna

    Surrogate Stories: Tawna


    I always knew I’d be a surrogate. From the moment I found out, to the time someone I loved learned that due to health reasons she may not be able to have children, to the day I delivered twins for someone who was not my husband, I always knew I’d […]

  • Surrogate Stories: Claire

    Surrogate Stories: Claire


    There is an important relationship that develops between a surrogate and her Intended Parents. We talk about it a lot. However, it’s the bond that most surrogates have with each other that seems unmatchable. During my research before becoming a surrogate, I read testimonials, blogs, and interviews of surrogates. I […]

  • Surrogate Stories

    Surrogate Stories


    Creating the Magic of Family When you choose to become a surrogate and carry someone else’s baby, you’re making dreams come true.

  • Marketing Specialist

    Marketing Specialist


    Growing Generations is a place where passion and commitment fulfill dreams and deliver an experience that is treasured forever. We are a family building families through surrogacy and egg donation, driven by unparalleled safety and quality standards. The Growing Generations experience inspires trust, creates legacy, and makes the impossible possible. […]

  • Sperm Donor Program

    Sperm Donor Program


    Welcome to our exclusive VIP Sperm Donor Program. Every donor has been hand-selected to be a part of our program for his personality, family health history, and stellar physical attributes. Several of our donors are represented by world-renown modeling agencies while others have attended many of their country’s top universities. […]

  • Altruistic Surrogacy vs. Commercial Surrogacy

    Altruistic Surrogacy vs. Commercial Surrogacy


    At Growing Generations, we guide surrogates and intended parents through ethical surrogacy to ensure healthy outcomes for our surrogates, intended parents, and their families. The idea that surrogates are uneducated and financially unstable women who are being led into an arrangement that they would not otherwise choose is common. When […]

  • Surrogacy Requirements

    Surrogacy Requirements


    Health Requirements  Between the ages of 21-38 years old for first time surrogates or 21-39 for returning surrogates.  Have had at least one pregnancy and delivery.  Have not had a past occurrence of serious pregnancy complications. Examples include, toxemia, pre-eclampsia, preterm labor, incompetent cervix, and pregnancy-induced hypertension. The health and […]

  • Tips for Meeting Your Surrogate for the First Time

    Tips for Meeting Your Surrogate for the First Time


    Growing Generations knows the first meeting between a surrogate and intended parent(s) can feel much like a blind date. It’s normal for those on both sides to feel nervous or anxious leading up to the event – whether it’s via videoconference or in person.   Here are some tips for […]

  • Will the surrogate keep the baby?


    Many intended parents worry that the surrogate will keep their baby.  Ironically, one of the most common concerns we hear from surrogates is that the intended parents will leave them with the baby! Surrogates are able to be surrogates because they have a very easy time getting and being pregnant. […]

  • Creative Ways to Fund Surrogacy

    Creative Ways to Fund Surrogacy


    RESOLVE, the National Infertility Association, reports that one in 8 U.S. couples of childbearing years will experience some level of infertility in their quest to create a family.  Add to that the rising costs of infertility testing, diagnosis, treatment and In Vitro Fertilization and it starts to become clear why […]