• About lizkhenry

    Liz is a former educator, a community builder and a referee of two boys. Her family's adventures in imperfect balance include delivering twins as a surrogate and living in Puerto Rico for nearly a year to run a local farmers market.

    Now what?

    by  • April 8, 2013 • Uncategorized

    I’m not sure I clearly remember where I was mentally and physically three weeks after the delivery of my first two kids. Late night feedings, diaper changes and short bursts of sleep made the time pass by in a bit of a blur.  We managed to plow through the challenges and celebrate the fun...

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    What’s different?

    by  • February 6, 2013 • Kids, Surrogacy

    Ever since we found out that I’m carrying twins, the question people ask the most (once they get past the, “Holy crap,” comment) is whether it’s different than carrying one. Up until now, this surrogacy has been very much the same as my first two pregnancies. It’s been straightforward, easy, and has come with...

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    No news is good news

    by  • November 5, 2012 • Uncategorized

    The IVF process means that there is a little more poking, prodding, and monitoring in the early stages than with a traditional pregnancy. By the time you reach 12 weeks, you’ve had already had a couple of ultrasounds, countless blood draws, and several adjustments in the meds. As soon as we hit 12 weeks...

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