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Two mothers and their donor child - a video story from Cryos International Sperm and Egg Bank

A Video Letter to Our Donor Child

Making the decision to tell your child about their conception is a topic that many parents struggle with. How old should they be? How honest should you be? Are you going to use the stork story or the real information about how babies are made? For couples using donor sperm and home insemination, the decision to tell their donor child(ren) how they were conceived can be even more complicated.

These two mothers from Barcelona share their beautiful video letter of how they plan to tell their daughter about how she was brought into this world. They learned about the ease of using Cryos International to do home insemination through friends who were sharing knowledge on how to find the perfect, safe sperm donor to simplify the already difficult journey to parenthood. The thoughts and emotions behind this video are real, and a loving example of one way to let your donor child(ren) know how they were created.

Watch this touching video from two mothers to their donor child:

Provided by ZoomIn.Tv with English subtitles.

More Information on Home Insemination

Cryos International Sperm and Egg Bank is proud to provide home insemination as an option for single mothers by choice (SMC), male infertility and lesbian couples all around the United States. Visit these helpful blog posts to learn more about home insemination.

Interested in finding a donor for your home insemination, start here. Need help or have questions? Contact Cryos at 407-203-1175 or via email at [email protected]. Client services is also available on our live online chat system during regular operating hours on our website.

Want to share your story and photos of your beautiful donor child(ren)? Join our Facebook group called Family Dreams – Cryos USA  to engage with others who have similar questions, stories to share and interesting paths to parenthood.

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