halloween and surrogacy

If you’re going through the surrogacy journey this fall, whether as a surrogate or as intended parents, the excitement and desire to share the joy are undoubtedly overflowing. Here are several fun and imaginative ways to share some of the magic:

  1. Themed Costumes

For surrogates, donning traditional pregnancy-themed costumes can be a hit. This article from Pregnancy Magazine has 10 great last minute costume ideas: https://www.pregnancymagazine.com/pregnancy/top-10-last-minute-pregnancy-costume-ideas-for-halloween

  1. Baby Gear in Your Fall Display

If you plan to have a cornucopia as part of your fall display, incorporate a pacifier or other tiny trinkets to subtly acknowledge the upcoming arrival of the little one. This could also be a discreet way for intended parents to unveil the surrogacy news during the holiday season.

  1. Craft a Jack-o-Lantern or Scarecrow Family

Create Jack-o-lanterns tailored to represent each family member. If you’re a surrogate aiming to establish a special bond with the intended parents, engage your family in crafting a meaningful pumpkin that symbolizes the baby. Present it as a heartfelt gift to the intended parents. Similarly, you can fashion scarecrows to commemorate the event uniquely within the seasonal theme.

  1. Initiate a Pay-It-Forward Gift Chain

Assemble a thoughtful gift basket for someone you know- this could be your surrogacy agency, the intended parents, your spouse or anyone else that is part of your support system- and accompany it with a note suggesting they pay it forward by anonymously gifting someone else. During Halloween, “You’ve Been Booed” notes are quite popular.

We are experienced, compassionate and eager to help you reach your familial goals. If you are interested in becoming a surrogate mother or finding a surrogate, we are here to help you. You can contact us at any time and our team at Shared Conception will answer any questions you have. Visit our website at https://sharedconception.com/contact/ or call us at 713-622-1144.