Angie Paterdis & Mel Kouvidis

by Sam everingham

Posted on 2016-12-13 at 22:33:41

Angie’s journey began in 2013 in Brisbane. After some highs and lows she and her husband were blessed with twins in late 2015 with the help of close friend Mel. She will discuss the ups and downs of her journey. Angie and Mel chose to undertake their IVF in the US to fast-track the process.

Mel’s surrogacy journey was a life changing, smooth-flowing experience between great friends and family.  Without a doubt it was the best thing Mel has done. No regrets and in a heart beat she would do it again.


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