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Re: My Journey To Motherhood by NoToPile: 12:00pm On May 15, 2020
Trayceey:
I saw this story on Facebook. Copy copy

its her story naau, she told it on facebook, she had mentioned it on NL sometimes back that he had twins via surrogacy.

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Re: My Journey To Motherhood by Ladyisi1(f): 12:01pm On May 15, 2020
wow, congratulations ma, may God continue to bless ur new husband for staying with you all through ur trials and challenges

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Re: My Journey To Motherhood by creepsyme(f): 12:01pm On May 15, 2020
Alero3Arubi:
Congrats.
I am happy for you.
Please i would like to have an online focus interview with you.
I am on a research about socio-cultural impact of childlessness among married couples.
Your story will go a long way in helping me out.
Whoa, congrats ooo.
Didn't know people bought into surrogacy in Nigeria.
Surrogacy is fast taking hold in our society, i know a couple of people who did and are happy parents today.

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Re: My Journey To Motherhood by fineboynl(m): 12:02pm On May 15, 2020
would not she thank science also. this generation is a bless one. previous generations really suffered in vain.

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Re: My Journey To Motherhood by thundafire: 12:02pm On May 15, 2020
Good decision
Re: My Journey To Motherhood by peacesampson(f): 12:02pm On May 15, 2020
Happy for u
Re: My Journey To Motherhood by Modupetemmy1(f): 12:02pm On May 15, 2020
congratulation, I am so happy for you
Re: My Journey To Motherhood by tillaman(m): 12:02pm On May 15, 2020
Congratulations @omojudy
God bless you and yours
Re: My Journey To Motherhood by virtuedagirl(f): 12:03pm On May 15, 2020
Congratulations ma. May God continue to bless your family.
Re: My Journey To Motherhood by VickyRotex(f): 12:04pm On May 15, 2020
Congratulations op. smiley smiley

Eku suru. Olorun awo won, Olorun a da won si.

God bless your family and the surrogate woman.

Ejire ara isokun kiss kiss
Re: My Journey To Motherhood by Nobody: 12:04pm On May 15, 2020
Wow congrats. You really are a strong woman.
And,your current hubby,real definition of a man.

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Re: My Journey To Motherhood by rosieflower2(f): 12:05pm On May 15, 2020
Congratulations
Re: My Journey To Motherhood by Confusedgirlie: 12:06pm On May 15, 2020
Thanks first to science and then to the surrogate mother.

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Re: My Journey To Motherhood by DontBullshitMe: 12:06pm On May 15, 2020
Adoption is better than surrogacy.

Less homeless children.

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Re: My Journey To Motherhood by Nobody: 12:07pm On May 15, 2020
creepsyme:
Surrogacy is fast taking hold in our society, i know a couple of people who did and are happy parents today.
Can i contact you for some questions?
Re: My Journey To Motherhood by graciamore(f): 12:08pm On May 15, 2020
This is really touching... May God keep your babies for you..for every woman trusting God for the fruit of the womb, may God answer you all

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Re: My Journey To Motherhood by bskyb(m): 12:09pm On May 15, 2020
Wow!!! Congratulations!
Re: My Journey To Motherhood by VickyRotex(f): 12:09pm On May 15, 2020
Trayceey:
I saw this story on Facebook. Copy copy

So she can't have a Facebook account?

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Re: My Journey To Motherhood by seanwilliam(m): 12:09pm On May 15, 2020
joey150:
Well, since nobody will mention it, thanks to the genius science that made your surrogacy possible and the surrogate lady too.

Maybe you will help other couple facing your situation to explore this possibility too.

And of course, Thanks to God, the giver of all wisdom and knowledge.

Congratulations Madam!

Evidently, 80% of those that read this story don't even understand what "surrogacy" means.
your type go fit for lecturer.. u sabi the answer yet you choose to be blabbing.. why you no fit tell us the meaning??

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Re: My Journey To Motherhood by Naija246: 12:10pm On May 15, 2020
op were you given vaccines as a child?
I have been doing some interesting research on
the effects of childhood vaccination.
Re: My Journey To Motherhood by Bonapart(m): 12:10pm On May 15, 2020
Omojudy:
I think it's time I dropped my childbearing story.

Thirteen years ago, aged 22, I married right out of university without the wisdom to realise the importance of finding my feet first. My husband was 11 years older than me. He wasn't rich but I thought we loved each other. Youth service year I conceived but lost it right out of service.

Hubby was helped to get a good job, stable government job by my family. When I lost my first pregnancy, we were staying a few months with his parents due to our financial situation, my father in law said to me after that loss while my husband travelled "did your ladies in the water say to you that the day you give birth you would die?"

With the new job right after the loss, we moved back home and continued our lives. Three more miscarriages came along with many drama ranging from deliverances to traditional midwives to in law's commanding the home.

Finally one day almost 5 years later, hubby travels and his father calls my aunty to tell her that "they don't want to marry their daughter again". I was at work when aunty broke the news to me. I travelled that night to the inlaws with my aunty and grand mother to beg, we were not given audience. They didn't even open their gate despite we could see my husband's car in the compound.

At 9pm my companions begged me to go home with them, I refused and chose to spend the night in a shed close by. The was no electricity in the neighbourhood, everywhere was dark. At midnight Power was restored, and from the shed I was hiding, I saw my father in law walking round the compound spraying incense, (he attended celestial church) I call out to him "daddy, daddy" obviously he hears me but does like I am a ghost.

At that point, I knew I was wasting my time, I started trekking. I trekked to the motor park which was very far, vigilantes stopped me numerous time and my tearful face made them not question me too much......a lot of drama in between, I traveled back and resume dwork while praying and fasting for his return. Mehn I lost weight without even trying. I met many scam pastors which are another story.........

One day, I suddenly realized I may have the password to hubby's Facebook, I tried it and it worked. What I saw pained me but it gave me strength knowing the break up wasn't because of anything he was accusing me of (like saying a pastor revealed to him that I was sent into his life by Kingdom of darkness to destroy him. To this I asked if Kingdom of darkness gave jobs, he said he has repaid me ie Kingdom of darkness back in connecting me to the job I had then which didn't last. Oh he wanted me to be paying my salary to him by the way).

So I got some courage to begin living again at this point and apply for a divorce. To this he also said "that good wives wait for their husbands no matter how long they go, but me I ran to apply because I want to remarry."

We got to court and he was accompanied by his father and them claiming that hubby didn't abscond but I did. Guess they were afraid I wanted to request compensation. Walking out of court, his father waves at me and I wonder why.
He was barely divorced then remarried and yes has kids now. Things went sour with my place of work and I relocated to a bigger city and that was my fresh start.

Met my husband two years after the divorce, I hid nothing from him especially my challenges with infertility. We got married same year. And got pregnant and miscarried. Second pregnancy for now hubby, I was put on cerclage, yet the pregnancy still ended and I almost ended with it as my body was going into shock due to its inability to dispel the dead foetus since a cerclage held the products in.

I had an history of pregnancy losses at 14 weeks. After 8 miscarriages and no living child, I visited more hospitals, met insensitive money alone conscious doctors, finally a correct diagnosis was made.

I had no demons worrying me, my womb was just too small to carry to term, it wasn't expanding with the pregnancies. An hysteroscopy was the procedure used to diagnose this.

Getting a diagnosis at last was some sort of relief, but what can we do doctor I asked? Doctor said "have you considered adoption?" I was shattered.

I went home and discussed it with my husband. We agreed to adopt and we applied two years ago. We only just got feed back few weeks ago from them self.

Then one day I was on social media and I saw someone advertise needing a surrogate and like a light bulb the idea stuck, I wrote to the woman and we started chatting. One day her Status said she needed someone to donate blood for a relative of hers and I say where to an online stranger I had never met. That was the first day I met my good friend Mrs R. I also put up an advert for a surrogate as I couldn't afford to the price agencies were charging. After two bad experiences, I finally got one good person that we could afford. And God just sent money mysteriously.

Then when God wants to turn your story around, you know it's just your time. I paid for one cycle at the hospital we used, already looking for money in case the first cycle did not work, guess what?

IT WORKED! MY TWIN DAUGHTERS ARE 3 MONTHS OLD NOW.

This is not your everyday testimony, I no get time to dey give testimony like some people wey go go church dey say "after waiting for 20 years, God blessed us with triplets, tell the journey when telling your testimony sisters, don't let the holy sister at the back waiting for a similar miracle be thinking God doesn't answer her prayers. Be real, stop pretending.

Edited:
Please someone take me to front page for the first time in my life na. ����
madam you started well and ended very badly in trying to discredit the work of God. Life itself is a waste of time no matter your achievement. Heaven alone counts. Congratulations mrs surrogacy or whatever its called
Re: My Journey To Motherhood by Bonapart(m): 12:10pm On May 15, 2020
Acidosis:


Congratulations sis. Love the conclusion:



stupid conclusion for atheist to feed on
Re: My Journey To Motherhood by Omojudy: 12:11pm On May 15, 2020
cococandy:
Congratulations OP. kiss

thank you to the doctor/s who finally made the correct diagnosis.
So many people suffer needlessly because they rather believe an unseen being is responsible for whatever is going on.
Abi. I for don lose 20 pregnancies by now as conception wasn't a difficult thing for me.
Re: My Journey To Motherhood by FryMosquito: 12:13pm On May 15, 2020
God's name will continue to be praised.. Congratulations and your happiness will continue to multiply..
Will be nice if you share the hospital that help you diagnosed the real problem, cos of many families that having Fertility issues.. It seems a good hospital, not all this money hungry centers

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Re: My Journey To Motherhood by Nobody: 12:13pm On May 15, 2020
Honest testimony. Many would lie about it
Re: My Journey To Motherhood by Adunaanuoluwa(f): 12:13pm On May 15, 2020
I love your courage ma
More testimonies for u
Re: My Journey To Motherhood by Korinnesta: 12:13pm On May 15, 2020
Congratulations
Re: My Journey To Motherhood by Tonytonex(m): 12:14pm On May 15, 2020
A must read abi?
Re: My Journey To Motherhood by Tejjel: 12:14pm On May 15, 2020
Congratulations!!! I’m so happy for u, in fact it seems though that I’m your brother. Inspiring!!!! God be with you and your babies
Re: My Journey To Motherhood by iomoge2(f): 12:14pm On May 15, 2020
Congratulations Omojudy.
Re: My Journey To Motherhood by luminouz(m): 12:14pm On May 15, 2020
: cheesy
Re: My Journey To Motherhood by FryMosquito: 12:14pm On May 15, 2020
Omojudy:
I think it's time I dropped my childbearing story.

Thirteen years ago, aged 22, I married right out of university without the wisdom to realise the importance of finding my feet first. My husband was 11 years older than me. He wasn't rich but I thought we loved each other. Youth service year I conceived but lost it right out of service.

Hubby was helped to get a good job, stable government job by my family. When I lost my first pregnancy, we were staying a few months with his parents due to our financial situation, my father in law said to me after that loss while my husband travelled "did your ladies in the water say to you that the day you give birth you would die?"

With the new job right after the loss, we moved back home and continued our lives. Three more miscarriages came along with many drama ranging from deliverances to traditional midwives to in law's commanding the home.

Finally one day almost 5 years later, hubby travels and his father calls my aunty to tell her that "they don't want to marry their daughter again". I was at work when aunty broke the news to me. I travelled that night to the inlaws with my aunty and grand mother to beg, we were not given audience. They didn't even open their gate despite we could see my husband's car in the compound.

At 9pm my companions begged me to go home with them, I refused and chose to spend the night in a shed close by. The was no electricity in the neighbourhood, everywhere was dark. At midnight Power was restored, and from the shed I was hiding, I saw my father in law walking round the compound spraying incense, (he attended celestial church) I call out to him "daddy, daddy" obviously he hears me but does like I am a ghost.

At that point, I knew I was wasting my time, I started trekking. I trekked to the motor park which was very far, vigilantes stopped me numerous time and my tearful face made them not question me too much......a lot of drama in between, I traveled back and resume dwork while praying and fasting for his return. Mehn I lost weight without even trying. I met many scam pastors which are another story.........

One day, I suddenly realized I may have the password to hubby's Facebook, I tried it and it worked. What I saw pained me but it gave me strength knowing the break up wasn't because of anything he was accusing me of (like saying a pastor revealed to him that I was sent into his life by Kingdom of darkness to destroy him. To this I asked if Kingdom of darkness gave jobs, he said he has repaid me ie Kingdom of darkness back in connecting me to the job I had then which didn't last. Oh he wanted me to be paying my salary to him by the way).

So I got some courage to begin living again at this point and apply for a divorce. To this he also said "that good wives wait for their husbands no matter how long they go, but me I ran to apply because I want to remarry."

We got to court and he was accompanied by his father and them claiming that hubby didn't abscond but I did. Guess they were afraid I wanted to request compensation. Walking out of court, his father waves at me and I wonder why.
He was barely divorced then remarried and yes has kids now. Things went sour with my place of work and I relocated to a bigger city and that was my fresh start.

Met my husband two years after the divorce, I hid nothing from him especially my challenges with infertility. We got married same year. And got pregnant and miscarried. Second pregnancy for now hubby, I was put on cerclage, yet the pregnancy still ended and I almost ended with it as my body was going into shock due to its inability to dispel the dead foetus since a cerclage held the products in.

I had an history of pregnancy losses at 14 weeks. After 8 miscarriages and no living child, I visited more hospitals, met insensitive money alone conscious doctors, finally a correct diagnosis was made.

I had no demons worrying me, my womb was just too small to carry to term, it wasn't expanding with the pregnancies. An hysteroscopy was the procedure used to diagnose this.

Getting a diagnosis at last was some sort of relief, but what can we do doctor I asked? Doctor said "have you considered adoption?" I was shattered.

I went home and discussed it with my husband. We agreed to adopt and we applied two years ago. We only just got feed back few weeks ago from them self.

Then one day I was on social media and I saw someone advertise needing a surrogate and like a light bulb the idea stuck, I wrote to the woman and we started chatting. One day her Status said she needed someone to donate blood for a relative of hers and I say where to an online stranger I had never met. That was the first day I met my good friend Mrs R. I also put up an advert for a surrogate as I couldn't afford to the price agencies were charging. After two bad experiences, I finally got one good person that we could afford. And God just sent money mysteriously.

Then when God wants to turn your story around, you know it's just your time. I paid for one cycle at the hospital we used, already looking for money in case the first cycle did not work, guess what?

IT WORKED! MY TWIN DAUGHTERS ARE 3 MONTHS OLD NOW.

This is not your everyday testimony, I no get time to dey give testimony like some people wey go go church dey say "after waiting for 20 years, God blessed us with triplets, tell the journey when telling your testimony sisters, don't let the holy sister at the back waiting for a similar miracle be thinking God doesn't answer her prayers. Be real, stop pretending.

Edited:
Please someone take me to front page for the first time in my life na. ����
God's name will continue to be praised.. Congratulations and your happiness will continue to multiply..
Will be nice if you share the hospital that help you diagnosed the real problem, cos of many families that having Fertility issues.. It seems a good hospital, not all this money hungry centers

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