The couple, who had saved money to buy a home, spent $ 96,000 on fertility treatment and had four children in three years.
Amanda Rawls, 34, of Orange County, and her husband Nathan, 35, of California, have decided to invest in in vitro fertilization to have a dream family instead of buying a home.
The couple living with Amanda’s parents are very happy that they ended the family, as they had four children in three years due to in vitro fertilization.
Amanda Rawls, 34, and her husband Nathan, 35, of Orange County, California, spent $ 96,000 on IVF treatment and gave birth to four babies in three years.
Amanda said. “At the beginning of our infertility journey, we talked about how the money in our home fund finances in vitro fertilization instead.
“My husband told me that it makes no sense to have a house if there is no one to put it there.
“It simply came to our notice then. We decided to do our best to cure it.
“In total, it cost about $ 96,000. We could not do this without our parents letting them live with us.
After saving money to buy a house, the couple finally decided that having a home would not make sense if there was no one to rent it. Photo. Amanda during her 4th transfer when she became pregnant with twins.
After suffering from infertility for three years, Amanda was finally diagnosed with PCOS, and instead the couple decided to have in vitro fertilization. Photo. Amanda before giving birth to twins
“Having a nice home is one thing, but having children is more important to me.
“It was difficult to have four children in three years, but our family is perfect now, very happy.”
Amanda has welcomed four children over the course of three years, starting her in vitro fertilization journey.
He currently has Anderson (4 years old), Penelope (2 years old) և 1 year old twin boys (Finley և Foster).
After struggling to conceive for three years, Amanda was sent to a fertility doctor and was diagnosed with PCOS.
Human Resources Manager Amanda said. So the doctor suggested that in the future we should do a fertility fertilization.
It cost a total of $ 96,000, but was a huge success, welcoming four babies in three years. Photo: Penelope as a newborn baby
In July 2016, Amanda received the transfer of her first frozen embryo, followed by her eldest son Anderson in May 2017, Penelope in October 2018, Ֆ Finley և Foster և, born in June 2020. Photo: Nathan and his daughter Penelope
“When I was told, I cried, I cried, I panicked. I really struggled with everything because I knew why we didn’t get pregnant. I blame myself.
“As a woman, it was devastating because I feel that one of our goals is to have a child and give birth to a child.
“It simply came to our notice then that I could not do that.
“Living infertile is one of the biggest challenges you can face in marriage. It was very difficult, but now that you have overcome it, even the strongest ties are not broken. I think.
Amanda (taken with Anderson baby shower) said she likes to get pregnant every time, that she can have a baby above all else, including at home.
She found that living infertile with her husband Nathan was one of the “biggest challenges” of their marriage, but said she now had an “unbreakable bond”. ..
“My husband supported me, informing me that he would do everything he could to give us that coveted family.”
In July 2016, Amanda managed to carry out the first frozen embryo transfer. As a result, she gave birth to her first child, Anderson, in May 2017.
She wanted to transplant her son’s son և daughter ին embryos in February 2018. Only one embryo was collected բերել gave birth to daughter Penelope in October 2018.
Amanda always wanted three children, so she decided to go again in June 2019 to transplant the two frozen embryos again, but unfortunately neither of them accepted.
He added. I decided to try again in October: I will be pregnant with twin boys born in June last year.
The family of six now consists of 4-year-old Anderson, 2-year-old Penelope, 1-year-old twin boys, Finley, Foster, and Amanda reveals that the brothers are “best friends.”
“I wanted to get pregnant. I wish I could get pregnant every day. I could not wait to see every baby.
“I was shocked to learn that I was pregnant with twins. I said I was going to make a football team in Nathan.
It ‘s amazing. It’ s hard work, but I’m not going to change it for the world.
“We have been alone with Nathan Ն I for three years, we adjust every day.
“I could not be happier! That’s what I ever wanted. All my brothers are best friends, I like to see them work together and grow. ..
The couple said they could not take all their children without the help of Amanda’s parents (four grandchildren in the picture) who lived with their families and helped them take care of themselves.
Amanda says it would be impossible for her to have all her children without her parents allowing them to live with them and help them take care of themselves.
He said. “If we had our own house, we would not have all the children. That was not possible.
“Home will come soon for us, but having our baby was very important.
“Our lives are crazy, chaotic, but there is no other way.
“We are definitely living our dreams. We are very grateful to everyone who helped us in that process.
“We thank our doctors and staff for all the work they do for infertile families and for the help they have given us over the years. You can never do that. »
Ple ig spent $ 96,000 of her savings on IVF to have four children instead of buying her dream home.
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