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Grant someone's greatest wish
              a surrogate mother

Surrogate 411 is sponsored by Surrogate Parenting Services (SPS), and was created to provide information for anyone who has ever considered becoming a Surrogate mother.  Many people long for a family but cannot carry a child themselves for medical reasons.   This site will help you understand the types of surrogacy, the steps involved, and what you need to know to protect yourself in any surrogacy relationship. CALL US FOR MORE INFORMATION ~ (949) 363-9525. 

To qualify to be a surrogate you must:


  • Have the desire to help someone in a miraculous way  
  • Have had easy pregnancies and deliveries 
  • Be between 21 and 40 years of age
  • Have at least one child of your own living with you
  •  Be a non-smoker
  • Have a reliable car
  • You must not be receiving state funding
  • And love being pregnant
  • You could grant someone's greatest wish by bringing a child into their lives.

    What Is Surrogacy? A surrogate mother carries a child for a person who cannot carry a pregnancy themselves. There are a variety of reasons why a woman cannot carry a pregnancy.   What ever the reason their desire to have a child remains their greatest wish.