Here is the ugly side.
What if the child born to the recipient family doesn't like Jay or thinks we are hillbillies? What if Jay meets this donor family and he secretly likes them better than his own family? How can all these children avoid the inevitable comparisons?
Maybe these embryos are just cells. As we all are painfully aware, there is no promise they will implant and result in a pregnancy.
How can I argue the personhood movement as bullshit when I tend to frame my own embryos as people?
I am interested in the promise of stem cell research. I am not even sure you can still donate embryos any more. I think Federal funding was killed on all those programs.
much on the ugly side, is there? I should be having a tough
conversation with an experienced resource in the next several days.
This is my last exploration into the bad side of donating embryos.
I am just a blip in time. Who cares if I am a hillbilly. I am a happy hillbilly.
I feel like the brunt of this decision will be carried by the child born from donor embryos.
Can you think of any other challenges I should face before making this decision?