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Meet Jonathan and Emily, can you be their solution?

Posted: 11/22/21


Allow us to introduce our Intended Parents Emily and Jonathan.
They are a happily married couple in their early 30s from Houston, Texas. They have been together for 14 years and married for seven. Unfortunately, Emily has severe epilepsy and due to the effect her medications would have on a pregnancy, she is unable to carry a baby herself.
Jonathan works in the Horticulture industry (aka works with plants!) and Emily is a marketing specialist. When they are aren’t working, they love to travel internationally and domestically, spend time with their family and friends, or cheer on their alumni’s football team! Both come from very supportive families, and their parents are hopeful and excited to welcome a grandchild!
When it comes to a relationship with their surrogate and her family, Emily and Jonathan desire a close connection. They would love to be involved in the pregnancy as much as possible, but they also want to respect their surrogate’s need for space and privacy. They said, “In an ideal world, we would love to keep in contact with her for years to come. She is giving us such an amazing gift, we can’t imagine not continuing that relationship.”
If you have ever considered surrogacy, we would love to speak with you and learn if you might be a good fit for Jonathan and Emily.
You can learn about the process and apply to be a surrogate at Thank you for your consideration in helping give the gift of life to this precious family! While we do understand surrogacy may not be right for you, but you can still HELP them by #sharingthispost.


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