Saturday, August 22, 2015

Review for Wee care Surrogacy - Letter from IP's

On behalf of my husband, Sam , my daughter, and myself, we wish to extend our deepest gratitude for making our trip to Delhi a remarkable experience. The IVF process is a delicate and sensitive issue for everyone involved, and we appreciated your understanding and helpfulness in assisting us in navigating our way through this journey.
The informative discussions we had with your treatment team were helpful for Sam and I, and the overall coordination and execution of activities went relatively well. We are thankful that we were able to resolve issues related to the change in the hospital, and the surrogate. We also appreciate Muno and Maneesh for the time spent assisting us with the contract revisions and last minute changes.  We also wish to thank Victor Hui-Wee for his continued support and direction, and organizing of the visit.
We would also like to add that we are excited about working with Ruby. 
I would like to request that you contact me or Sam, if you have any updates, questions or concerns.
We understand the inevitable challenges we will face, yet we remain optimistic and encouraged knowing that God is in control of the outcome, yet we are also assured that with you, we are in the right hands. 
Peace be with you. 
Best regards,
Sam, Kym and Amina

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Saturday, June 6, 2015

Fathers must go all-in for work-life balance

Just 41 percent of Americans say that one of a father’s most important responsibilities is providing income for his children, according to a 2013 report by the Pew Research Center.

We too often reduce fathers’ contributions to what they bring financially to the family. And that’s got to stop.

Here’s an interesting finding from a 2013 report by the Pew Research Center: Just 41 percent of Americans say that one of a father’s most important responsibilities is providing income for his children.

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Wednesday, May 27, 2015

What's It Like to Be a Surrogate Mom?

Pregnant woman feeling lovely and smiling in the park with warm light sunset.
Some women hate being pregnant, but it's those who love the journey that make up the vast majority of gestational carriers.
Jodie Hayes had something on her mind. For four years, it tugged. For four years, she let it simmer.
Finally, the time was right – or at least as right as it ever would be – to bring it up with her husband, a U.S. Army soldier who was training in another state.
“Do you remember when you were a kid getting asked what you wanted to be when you grew-up?” Hayes, a 38-year-old who lives near Savannah, Georgia, ​wrote to him in an email during the summer of 2013. “I really wanted to be a mom. I didn’t care about a fancy career or getting rich. I just wanted to be the best mom I could be."
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Sunday, April 26, 2015

How to Help Nepal Earthquake Victims

Aid groups are rushing to get crucial supplies to survivors of Nepal's devastating earthquake, which has killed more than 2,500 people. Here's a look at humanitarian efforts under way in Nepal and how to donate online:

Thursday, April 23, 2015

Weecare surrogacy 5th Year Anniversary - Surrogacy in India, Surrogacy in Nepal and Surrogacy in the U.S

Weecare surrogacy 5th Year Anniversary

It’s hard to believe that it’s been 5 years since we first opened our International surrogacy business. This has definitely been an amazing journey for our clients and quite the wild ride for us. We are proud of the accomplishments of our team, our clients, and our oversea partners.

Weecare's vision for the future is to continue establish a long-term relationship and help our clients create families. In order to achieve excellence for the next 5 years, our agency knows that the happiness and satisfaction of our clients is paramount. Being the best means we will continue to be a leader in our field and continually enhance our partnership with our international partners to help build more healthy families through surrogacy. Our success is built on our determination to give our clients the best service possible and to help them find the joy in their children that we've found in ours, and create an experience they will treasure forever.

We also take this opportunity to wish you and your family happy journey!

Thanking you once again for your support.

Yours sincerely,
Victor Hui-Wee

Weecare Partners LLC

Tuesday, January 6, 2015

Surrogacy for all - Surrogacy India, Surrogacy Nepal and Surrogacy in the U.S.A

Welcome to Wee Care Surrogacy!
Wee Care Partners LLC welcomes you for successful surrogacy in India, Nepal and the U.S.A. As an international surrogacy agency is positioned in Kalamazoo, Michigan. Wee Care the foremost surrogacy agency has helped infertile couples, across the world to fulfill the beautiful dream of welcoming a new addition into their families. Our mission is to provide infertile couple, single, and gay with a surrogacy process based on a personalized approach. Wee Care international Surrogacy and U.S based program offers service at affordable cost, and we provide a thorough understanding of our services offered, based on the requests of prospective parents.

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