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Family-Friendly Halloween Bash and Surrogacy Open House with AFS

Hosted by All Families Surrogacy, LLC

You are invited to learn about gestational surrogacy at All Families Surrogacy’s kid friendly Halloween Bash! Let the kids play while you meet our staff and experienced surrogates, who will be available to answer questions. Halloween treats and refreshments will be provided.

RSVP required, costumes (for kids and adults) encouraged! https://afsurrogacy.typeform.com/to/kuMLbS

WHEN: Sunday, October 29, 2017
TIME: 1:00PM – 3:00PM
WHERE: Play Boutique Progress Ridge
12345 SW Horizon Blvd.
Beaverton, OR 97007

The team from All Families Surrogacy (most of whom are former surrogates) will be there for private mini-consultations, as well as to present information on the following:

* What is gestational surrogacy?
* What is it like being a surrogate?
* What makes a great surrogate?
* What kind of parents utilize surrogacy?
* What is the compensation?
* And much more!

We welcome women ages 21-40 who meet our basic qualifications and are genuinely interested in learning more about becoming a gestational surrogate.
To learn more about the basic qualifications to be a surrogate, please click this link: http://www.allfamiliessurrogacy.com/surrogates
Should you have any questions, please email them to [email protected] or call (503) 906-7960.

RSVP Here: https://afsurrogacy.typeform.com/to/kuMLbS

We can’t wait to see you there!

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Fall Wreaths You Can Make With the Kids

Nothing says home like a seasonal wreath hung from the front door. Even when I don’t do any other decorating, I make sure we have season-appropriate wreaths. My daughter, Karys, age eight, has been helping me make wreaths since she was tiny, and my nine-month-old Saryn will soon be “helping” too. Wreaths are the perfect […]

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The Teal Pumpkin Project: Offering More Than Just Candy This Halloween

Becoming a mother has changed the way we celebrate holidays. We now have a two-year-old interested in trick-or-treating. Therefore, the idea of handing out mass amounts of sugary treats for Halloween sits a little differently. It is nice to find a way to celebrate the holiday while promoting inclusion for everyone. Simultaneously decreasing candy intake […]

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18 Signs You’re a Portland Mom in the Fall

This season in Portland brings shorter rainy days, soccer games, and pumpkin everything. Here are 18 signs you might be a Portland mom in the fall: 1. The first soccer game fell on a glorious 85-degree-day in August. You worked on your tan on the sidelines (just kidding, we’re Portlanders so we wear sunscreen). The season’s last game takes place on a dark, dreary […]

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