Having your baby in the year of the Dragon

Today, the Wall Street Journal published a very interesting and insightful article on the choice of many Chinese Families who are wanting to have their child born in the Chinese Year of the Dragon, which starts today. At Simple Surrogacy, we have also noticed the increase in the number of Chinese Families who are using our Surrogacy program services to conceive their babies in the lucky year of the dragon. Our first Dragon babies will be born via scheduled C-section in early February to an amazing New York Couple by their Surrogate.

As we prepare to welcome our first Dragon babies (Identical twins!) we wanted to share this article with our clients and prospective clients who will also welcome their Dragon babies this year through our program. If you are considering Surrogacy, it’s not too late to join Simple Surrogacy’s program and have your own Dragon Baby!

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052970203806504577177011519558088.html?mod=googlenews_wsj

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