Health & Fit Aunt gives birth to twin nieces after acting as surrogate for sister

19:15  19 may  2017
19:15  19 may  2017 Source:   FOX News

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An aunt who stood by her sister as she went through nine miscarriages and a failed in vitro fertilization attempt gave birth to her healthy twin nieces after offering to be a surrogate for her sibling.

An Orange County woman who dreamed of having children but was told she would be unable to carry a child following a cancer diagnosis is a new mother after her sister , who served as a surrogate for her, gave birth to twins last week.

Lisa Auten, 35, delivered twins Ashlynn and Tierney, not pictured, via Caesarian-section on March 26.© katrinaelena Lisa Auten, 35, delivered twins Ashlynn and Tierney, not pictured, via Caesarian-section on March 26. An aunt who stood by her sister as she went through nine miscarriages and a failed in vitro fertilization attempt gave birth to her healthy twin nieces after offering to be a surrogate for her sibling. Lisa Auten, 35, delivered twins Ashlynn and Tierney via Caesarian-section on March 26, PEOPLE reported.

“I am so incredibly grateful for what Lisa did,” Melissa Kayser, the girls’ mom, told PEOPLE. “She gave up a year of her life to help us become a family, and that is something I could never repay. We have two beautiful little girls, all because of my incredible sister.”

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Her sister , 33-year-old Morgan Williams, said she immediately volunteered to be a surrogate for Paxton and her husband Danny. 64-year-old woman gives birth to twins in Spain after treatment in US. “I am definitely falling in love with them as my nieces ,” she told the O.C. Register.

In the United Kingdom, Ellen Brown was asked by her mom, Jenny Dias, and stepdad Tony to act as surrogates so they could have a baby. According to Jenny, the day Ellen gave birth was peaceful. The twins are also Maddie’s aunt and uncle as they are legally mum’s children.

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The journey to parenthood for Kayser, of Omaha, Nebraska, and her husband, Court, was littered with heartbreak until they decided to give surrogacy a try. Auten, who watched the couple suffer loss after loss and does not have children of her own, offered to carry a baby for them.

“Nobody knew if I could carry,” Auten told PEOPLE. “But if I could help in any way, I was going to.”

Doctors implanted two embryos in Auten, and six days later Auten held a positive pregnancy test. The sisters, who already considered themselves best friends before the experience, grew even closer throughout Auten’s nine-month pregnancy.

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ORANGE COUNTY, California-- An Orange County woman who dreamed of having children but was told she would be unable to carry a child following a cancer diagnosis is a new mother after her sister , who served as a surrogate for her, gave birth to twins last week, according to KTLA.

Paxton's sister , 33-year-old Morgan Williams, said she wanted to be the couple's surrogate . Paxton's dream of motherhood came true last week when Williams gave birth to twin girls. Drake Expels Male Student Despite Female Admitting She Forced Him Into Sex Act .

“We had conversations we’d never had before,” Auten told PEOPLE. “Pregnancy can be somewhat personal, so I had to open up and let her in to know where we each stood emotionally.”

They plan to be open about the surrogacy with the girls, and Auten is very involved in her nieces’ lives.

“I don’t think I could ever put into words what it meant to have my sister as my surrogate,” Kayser told PEOPLE. “She made this journey exciting, beautiful and a lot of fun.”

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