Breast Milk and the Surrogate

Surrogates can continue helping their intended parents even after the birth of the baby. Several recent studies highlight the benefits of feeding your child breast milk through their early, developing stages. For those heading through the journey of surrogacy, many intended parents wonder where that leaves them and their child.

The great choice with Shared Conception is that surrogates can offer their breast milk to their intended family. The surrogates pump the breast milk and either deliver or ship the milk to the family. This is such a win-win opportunity for everyone involved. The baby received the highly nutritious breast milk and the intended parents get to continue feeding their child the nutritious milk and bonding with the little one.

During the negotiation process is the perfect time to talk with the surrogate about the possibility of pumping milk after delivery. The surrogate usually includes the option for expressed milk in her contract for an additional fee. During negotiations is also the time to discuss how long the intended parents would like to feed their baby breast milk.

Have a question? Let us at Shared Conception help!



 

Surrogates can continue helping their intended parents even after the birth of the baby. Several recent studies highlight the benefits of feeding your child breast milk through their early, developing stages. For those heading through the journey of surrogacy, many intended parents wonder where that leaves them and their child.

 

The great choice with Shared Conception is that surrogates can offer their breast milk to their intended family. The surrogates pump the breast milk and either deliver or ship the milk to the family. This is such a win-win opportunity for everyone involved. The baby received the highly nutritious breast milk and the intended parents get to continue feeding their child the nutritious milk and bonding with the little one. 

 

During the negotiation process is the perfect time to talk with the surrogate about the possibility of pumping milk after delivery. The surrogate usually includes the option for expressed milk in her contract for an additional fee. During negotiations is also the time to discuss how long the intended parents would like to feed their baby breast milk.

 

Have a question? Let us at Shared Conception help!

 

 

Surrogates can continue helping their intended parents even after the birth of the baby. Several recent studies highlight the benefits of feeding your child breast milk through their early, developing stages. For those heading through the journey of surrogacy, many intended parents wonder where that leaves them and their child.

 

The great choice with Shared Conception is that surrogates can offer their breast milk to their intended family. The surrogates pump the breast milk and either deliver or ship the milk to the family. This is such a win-win opportunity for everyone involved. The baby received the highly nutritious breast milk and the intended parents get to continue feeding their child the nutritious milk and bonding with the little one. 

 

During the negotiation process is the perfect time to talk with the surrogate about the possibility of pumping milk after delivery. The surrogate usually includes the option for expressed milk in her contract for an additional fee. During negotiations is also the time to discuss how long the intended parents would like to feed their baby breast milk.

 

Have a question? Let us at Shared Conception help!

 

4 comments (Add your own)

1. Tholle wrote:
More details pealse?Why do you believe that you don't have enough milk?How often is baby nursing? (Most newborns eat 10-14 times a day, and may have stretches where they nurse for several hours at a time.)How many wet and dirty diapers does he have each day? (At least 6 wet diapers? At least one dirty diaper each day?)Are you supplementing with bottles? (Not a good idea, and can cause the very problems you are worried about.)Is he latching well? Do you see/hear him swallowing when he nurses?It's VERY uncommon for women to have too little milk but it's very common for mothers to THINK they have too little. There is no particular food you need to be eating eat a reasonably healthy diet and drink enough fluid that you arent' thirsty.

Thu, October 18, 2012 @ 5:09 AM

2. Maggie wrote:
Never would have thunk I would find this so inidpsensable.

Thu, October 18, 2012 @ 8:10 AM

3. Gunnachandra wrote:
This is great! I to have 4 kids, including twins, I aawyls get asked, Are they yours? All of them? And when I reply, Yes. they say, you don't look like you should have 4 kids. Sometimes I'm not sure how to take that!!??[]

Thu, October 18, 2012 @ 9:18 PM

4. Basil wrote:
Feel free to Check out my surrogacy bowgwlw.justthestork.blogspot.comI loved being a surrogate so much, I'm about to do it again. It was easily on of the most amazing things I've done in my life. (If you start back in March of 2008- you'll get the whole journey).

Thu, October 18, 2012 @ 11:34 PM

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