My wife and I decided it was time to add to our family. We initially had an appointment to do the insemination at Kaiser, but then Covid-19 hit our county massively. Our doctor told us that we would have to wait a substantial amount of time before we could start the process. (we were not high on their priority list).
After much discouragement, my wife stumbled upon Mosie Baby while scrolling on IG one afternoon. While reading the success stories, both of us decided to try an at-home insemination.
With the help of Cryobank, we found a donor, had our vials shipped, performed the process at home (under candlelight and essential oils) and were successful on the first try.
My wife recently gave birth to our premature son on November 29th at 4:30am. He came 10 weeks early but is our “champion boy”. He is 4 pounds and spending his days in the NICU. However, he is free from all breathing machines, heat lights and IV’s.
What a blessing he has been, and we only hope that our story inspires other lesbian couples to pursue a more “cost-efficient” method to conceive. We are so grateful for Mosie Baby - it afforded us the opportunity to be the best mommies we can.
B & K from California
B&K, What an adorable little guy! We’re thrilled and privileged to know that Mosie helped bring your little “champion boy” KI into the world. Navigating the pandemic has been tedious at best for everyone, but in your case it gave you both a chance to relax and keep conception at home. And it sounds like you did it right! Thanks to your family for taking a moment to share this lovely story with the community. As you’re well aware, it will absolutely make a difference in the journeys of like-minded others. Cheers! - Marc + Mo