Let me start with this...I will not reply to you if you are a smoker, this includes a "social smoker" and/or Pot.
So I will explain what I mean by my opening line.
For about 2 years I have been working with a couple and ORC to help them start a family. I found out that our 2nd transfer was a success and I am pregnant with twins. The family is over the moon excited. This is not my DNA and I will not have any new born babies when I have them. The parents will take over directly after birth.
I decided I wanted to do this (have a baby for a couple that could not) when I was just a child. My aunt could not have kids of her own and spent 7 years on waiting lists for adoption/s. She now has 2 children from that time (both in their 20's) and just adopted 3 girls under 10 that are sisters and were in foster care.
I would love to find a supportive partner in this process and what might be the hardest part after the twins are born. I am going in my 34th week of the pregnancy. I have been in the hospital for a week and a half with preterm labor. But I have now been sent home. Yay! What this means is that the twins will be here any time now. The family is now in town and I have been spending a lot of time with them.
I am a single mother of two boys, (One is 21 and the other is 9) I like most outdoor activities, live sporting events (I do not watch sports on TV), concerts, comedy, bowling, ice and roller skating, reading, playing board games, darts, and pool. I love to travel, dine out, and cook.
I can not get enough of the beach.
I look forward to meeting you-maybe. Jacqueline
Camping, hiking, reading, comedy club, concerts, plays, games, amusement parks, and traveling
Goals and aspirations:
Meet someone to share my life with
I am positive & funny easy to talk to and a good listener
My taste in music:
Mostly 80's rock, but a little of everything