Chad and Blair


Some of our patients are just beginning their fertility journey. Meet Blair and Chad @babycaniwi. They have begun a blog to document their story. ⁣


"It is official, now that we are married and burning with baby fever, we have begun the process to parenthood. Now, what does that really mean? It means we have a “baby bank” where we have been stashing away our pennies over the last year, including contributions attained from our recent wedding! It means we have connected with a fertility clinic to formally start a partnership, and we have decided to use @olivefertility here in Vancouver. It also means that we have reached out to our friends and family to see who is willing and keen to contribute eggs or wombs to this mission! All in all, we have started sifting through the various possibilities, and thinking strategically about the path (arguably many paths) forward."⁣


Read more on their blog

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