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🔬 Medical advancements and thorough screening processes have made it possible for older women to become successful surrogates. As long as you are in good overall health and meet the necessary requirements, age should not discourage you from exploring this selfless act of giving life to another family. 💖 Our agency age requirements are from 21-40 years old, and the age limit has continued to increase over the years.
🌟 In fact, older surrogates can bring unique wisdom, life experiences, and emotional maturity to the surrogacy process. They may have already raised their own families, providing a stable and nurturing environment for the baby they will carry. 🏡
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🔬 Medical advancements and thorough screening processes have made it possible for older women to become successful surrogates. As long as you are in good overall health and meet the necessary requirements, age should not discourage you from exploring this selfless act of giving life to another family. 💖 Our agency age requirements are from 21-40 years old, and the age limit has continued to increase over the years.🌟 In fact, older surrogates can bring unique wisdom, life experiences, and emotional maturity to the surrogacy process. They may have already raised their own families, providing a stable and nurturing environment for the baby they will carry. 🏡
🎉 We're feeling incredibly grateful today as we want to extend a BIG thank you to all the wonderful surrogates who continue to stay in touch with our agency! 🙌 Your presence makes our days brighter, and we couldn't be more honored to have you as a part of our incredible surrogate community. 😊✨
Thank you to Cat who has been with us for years now, and always finds a way to show up for Hawaii Surrogacy Center. She made it out to the New Baby Expo to keep Chelsea company and talk to attendees about surrogacy from her experience. 💖
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🎉 Were feeling incredibly grateful today as we want to extend a BIG thank you to all the wonderful surrogates who continue to stay in touch with our agency! 🙌 Your presence makes our days brighter, and we couldnt be more honored to have you as a part of our incredible surrogate community. 😊✨Thank you to Cat who has been with us for years now, and always finds a way to show up for Hawaii Surrogacy Center. She made it out to the New Baby Expo to keep Chelsea company and talk to attendees about surrogacy from her experience. 💖

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We are still here today at the New Baby Expo! 🩷 New Baby Expo Thank you to Surrogate Stephanie for stopping by to hang with Chelsea yesterday. 🥰 We will be here until 3pm today! ... See MoreSee Less
We are still here today at the New Baby Expo! 🩷 New Baby Expo Thank you to Surrogate Stephanie for stopping by to hang with Chelsea yesterday. 🥰 We will be here until 3pm today!
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We are here at the New Baby Expo! Make sure to stop by our booth. 🩵 ... See MoreSee Less
We are here at the New Baby Expo! Make sure to stop by our booth. 🩵
Hawaii Surrogacy Center will be at the New Baby Expo this weekend! Come say hi 🥰♥️ ... See MoreSee Less
Hawaii Surrogacy Center will be at the New Baby Expo this weekend! Come say hi 🥰♥️
Our amazing bodies are wired to respond to the needs of babies, even before they're born. When a pregnant woman hears the sound of a crying baby, her brain releases a hormone called oxytocin. This powerful hormone stimulates the production of breast milk, preparing her body for the upcoming journey of motherhood. 🤱🥛

Colostrum, the first milk produced by the breasts during pregnancy, is packed with essential nutrients and immune-boosting properties for a growing baby. 🍼💪Collecting colostrum can help prepare baby to thrive right from their very first moments.
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Our amazing bodies are wired to respond to the needs of babies, even before theyre born. When a pregnant woman hears the sound of a crying baby, her brain releases a hormone called oxytocin. This powerful hormone stimulates the production of breast milk, preparing her body for the upcoming journey of motherhood. 🤱🥛Colostrum, the first milk produced by the breasts during pregnancy, is packed with essential nutrients and immune-boosting properties for a growing baby. 🍼💪Collecting colostrum can help prepare baby to thrive right from their very first moments.