Our family unit is proof that genetics doesn’t equal parentage.
We had our children with the help of my amazing best friend who was our egg donor. We took the batch of eggs that were retrieved, split them, and we each fertilized half. We implanted one embryo from each batch into a surrogate in hopes that one embryo would turn into a baby, and both took (this is how we ended up with twins). This means that one of our children is a genetic combination of myself and our egg donor, and the other is a genetic combination of my husband and our egg donor. Pretty cool, huh? Twins that only share half a genetic make-up.
Last week I was out with the kids and holding the one who I don’t share any genetic make-up with. More
Alexis and Andres take you behind the scenes of rehearsals with musical director Lily Ling for the Banks Prize Showcase: Canada’s Next Top Token. Can these guys sing or what? Book your tickets now, because this two night only event is sure to sell out!
Acting Up Stage and Factory Theatre are proud to partner with Jennifer Walls and her SINGular Sensation band in hosting an evening of Craigslist-inspired cabaret performances immediately following the performance of Do You Want What I Have Got? A Craigslist Cantata on February 13, 2013 (at approximately 9:45 p.m.) Featuring songs and stories around the theme of Missed Connections, A Craigslist Cabaret will feature Toronto’s most exciting cabaret artists including: