Question of the day

pregnant womanIf your friend could not have a child, would you carry her child for her?

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11 Responses to Question of the day

  1. Sue says:

    No. My body barely handled my own kids, I can’t imagine having to worry about someone’s else’s little embryo in there!

  2. Joy says:

    Back when I was younger I would have. For my friend, sure. I was only in labor 6 hours with Jason and 2 hours with Toby. I had very easy delivery’s.

  3. SKL says:

    Not at my age!

    Even if I were younger, I might be scared because I have never given birth. If I had experience with pregnancy and it agreed with me, I believe I’d do it.

  4. Tony says:

    No my body isn’t really designed for it 😛

  5. Laura says:

    I couldn’t. Just like I could never give a child up for adoption. I would become way too emotionally involved, and though I know it would be an act of love, I couldn’t do it.

    I would, however, fully support her and whomever else she chose.

  6. candi says:

    NO way, i would never.. do it..

  7. Doraz says:

    I would also not be able to do it. The emotional attachment is too strong! I would support her with her decision, but I would have to pass,

  8. pammy wammy says:

    If i was younger I would consider it.I had 3 of my own.Very easy pregnancies and deliveries.If she had no one else,yes I would do it for her.

  9. nikki says:

    If I could YES! I loved being pregnant!!! EVERY part of it, as happy as I was to have him though I was sad I wasn’t pregnant anymore. It was like a security blanket for me. The feeling of him moving inside me, priceless.
    I don’t want anymore for myself but if it were physically possible I would in a heart beat!!!!! To give a gift like that to someone I love who couldn’t…what a bond and what a gift!

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  11. Just a Mom says:

    I couldn’t do it. I would be too emotionally attached.

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