|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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