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Her Sister Do Not Have A Uterus So She Volunteered To Become A Surrogate Mom… TWICE!

If this is not what you call unconditional sisterly love, then I don’t know what is!

Inah Garcia





Being a mother is a role that almost all women want to have. Motherhood provides a sense of joy and fulfillment that no other life experience could ever give. Unfortunately, not all women are given the physical or biological ability to bear a child of their own.

Take Katie for example. She was born without a uterus, deeming her dream of becoming a mother almost impossible to achieve. The doctors said the only way she could have a baby of her own is to find a surrogate mother who will fulfill the demanding pregnancy roles for her.

When Katie got married to Jarod, they started planning their family, including where to find a surrogate mother.

It turns out the couple did not have to look any further because Katie’s younger sister, Courtney volunteered to carry her sister’s baby in her womb. The 18-year-old strong-willed lady lived with the couple because she wants her sister to be a part of the entire journey.

“I want her to feel the baby move as much as she can, I want her to see the growth, I want her to be around for every part of it,” Courtney said.

The selfless act of Courtney did not stop there. She knew her sister wanted a bigger family and that her 2-year-old nephew Jace wants a sibling. So once again, she volunteered to carry Katie and Jarod’s second baby.

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This Mom Loses 155 Pounds By Doing This

This mom’s story of weight loss is just inspiring!

Grace Alviar Viray



A mother's decision can change her children's lives forever, and that's what one woman did: decide to finally get healthier in order to be there for her children.

Alena Shifrin was once a 310-pound mother who wasn't healthy at all. Her cholesterol levels were really soaring high, and her physician husband warned her that her weight could actually kill her. She was even denied to get life insurance because of her health status.

Alena became depressed about her situation and realized that she had to take action. She then decided to change her life and finally lose weight. She wanted to be healthier for her husband and for her daughters. She wanted to see them grow up and be there for them in the most important events of their lives.

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Deaf Man Discovers He’s Going To Be A Father. His Emotional Reaction Is Priceless!

Deaf dad discovers for the first time that he is going to become a father!

Inah Garcia



One of the best feelings in the world is knowing that you are going to become a parent. We've seen many videos of wives surprising their husbands with the baby news. All of them are touching, especially because men rarely express their dramatic side. However, we think we've found the best yet in a video uploaded by soon-to-be mom Brittany Welch. You see, her husband David is deaf.

The concept is very simple. David was handed a paper bag of "gifts" by his wife. The said gifts were individually wrapped and each suggests clue toward the big reveal.

David uses American Sign Language to communicate with his wife throughout the clip.

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This Simple Trash-and-Oil-Sucking Bucket Just Might Be The Answer To Ocean Pollution

This simple invention can save the world, one piece of waste at a time.

Ann Nuñez



Australian surfers Andrew Turton and Pete Ceglinski may just have saved the world from pollution. Ocean pollution, that is.

Called the Seabin, the device they invented works like a suction. First, it sucks in water and trash, then traps the garbage it collects together with the water. Once all the garbage has been removed, the water is transferred into a pump where oil particles are separated from the water. After the procedure - voila! Water comes back to the sea devoid of trash and oil particles.

Australian surfers Andrew Turton and Pete Ceglinski just developed a simple contraption that can trap garbage floating in the ocean.


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