In other news totally unrelated to surrogacy…


I know this is not related, but hubby and i did receive some news today that is rather exciting for us.

We live in an apartment building that we like for many reasons, like the people, the area, the cleanliness, the secure parking spot, the convenient transit routes, proximity to work, etc. The ONLY problem is that we are on the front of the building, which faces an extremely busy street and a really, really, really noisy bus stop which has busses stopping with air breaks almost all night. It is extremely noisy and polluted. It’s so noisy, that when we have our patio door open and we are on the phone, people often think we are downtown and ask if they should call us later, but we are really in our living room. Needless to say, the suite itself is not ideal.

So, our building mate has emailed to say that an equivalent suite has come available at the back of the building. It’s the same size roughly, but a different layout, has a glorious view, a larger balcony, and does not face the road, nor is it anywhere near the bus stop. Basically, it’s the best suite in the building, and we have been waiting two years for it.

It’s a wee bit more rent, but manageable, and we will be soooo much more happy on a daily basis. We are overjoyed at this news. We can keep our parking and all the other good stuff we are used to, but have a better place to live. Yay!

Sooooooooo…. We are almost sure (99%) we will be moving when we get home. Stressful, but so worth it.

About namaskarambaby

We are a BC couple who are about to start the process of having a baby using a gestational surrogate in India. We would like to share the process, so the steps will be clearly laid out for other couples who would like to know about this journey, as they may be in a similar situation. We also will likely stay anonymous, as this is a bit of a private process, and we are so early on in the process, that we aren't even sure it's going to work. "Namaskaram" is a greeting in Hindi (the official language of India), which is appropriate for people of all ages... I guess it's similar to Namaste, which is commonly used in the yoga community. This is our first blog, so bear with us. Stay tuned.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s