Monday, 20 September 2010


It is with great joy for all of us at SCI, that we celebrate the new arrivals for some of our Blog families, those who so generously share their stories with all of you:

"Out of India"

"Faith to Vishwas" and

"the Christmas Eve boys"

have all celebrated the safe arrival of 2 beautiful girls and 2 handsome boys into the world. To paraphrase TJ, who so wisely states the miracle of of life that will bud in Delhi and blossom in the United States of America.

And of course we cannot forget the arrival of the latest little Australian, 'Theo', our third handsome boy, whose parents are from "BT JR - the Becoming Tour. "

It is our greatest privilege to see our nursery filled with babies from across the world. May God give them all the choicest of blessings.
If you wish to find out more about a parents experience of surrogacy with SCI in Delhi, please take the time to read these amazing stories.

Monday, 6 September 2010

Baby Boom continues...

It has been a very busy month at SCI with 10 international surrogacy babies born and the arrival of a group of Non- Indian Egg donors. We have had multiple families from Australia; the United States and Scandinavia ( including Alwina with her proud fathers) all in the process of collecting their much loved babies and have either returned home or are in the process of doing so.

Thankfully the process for going home has been streamlined and with some local support, IP's are able to navigate their local embassy/ consular and High Commission immigration requirements and the local bureaucracy and return home within two to three weeks.

Our concierge service managed by the very capable Shilpi have been run off their feet, assisting with local transport,accomodation, last minute shopping and transporting cots, sterilizers and baby baths for newborns across Delhi. It is also wonderful to see IP's who have only communicated via email and forums finally meet and support each other.

I have been privileged to observe so many wonderful moments from these parents,from the first time that they see and hold their baby; when they collect their baby from the hospital and just before they leave. One of the most touching was from a family from the United States, the mother told me:

“Ten months ago, i carried they cyptoshipper in my arms, now i am taking my baby back home”

For SCI, it doesn't get much better than that.