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Chase and Tedi fancy picture gofundme

I know I have mentioned this in a previous post but Chase and I are having a fundraiser on June 4. There is a Facebook Event you can check out. We are asking for donations, either yard sale items, or cash donations to help us with our upcoming IVF cycle in July.

We are trying to save as much money as we can in order to start our family. We are so hopeful that this will work, and it helps that our RE (doctor) is hopeful too. In the meantime we would love it if you could share this post or our Go Fund Me account with friends and family.

Gofundme Logo

Thank you for all of your love and support!

– Chase and Tedi

Chase, Tedi, Hurley and Pepper

P.S. Check out my Etsy Shop! 10% goes to The Hope for Fertility Foundation.

Baby Dust IVF socks

3 Comments

  1. Anonymous

    April 2, 2016 at 5:27 pm

    Why aren't you adopting? Seems a little sketchy to be asking people to give you money because you already spent all of yours trying to have a baby, when there are so many kids who need a good and loving home like yours.

  2. Tedi Palmer

    April 2, 2016 at 7:28 pm

    Adoption (from googling "how much does it cost to adopt") "costs from $0 to $1,000 to adopt a child from a County Foster/Adopt program. These children are often older, but sometimes infants are placed. A voluntary adoption of a newborn through a non-profit agency will generally cost between $10,000 and $25,000." It isn't always a go for adoption too. The birth mother could change her mind and want to keep the baby – which is totally heart breaking. We have prayed long and hard about our decision to start a family and feel that God is still telling us to go down this path of doing all we can (with the help from doctors) before we choose adoption.

    If you want to donate that is great, if you can't donate that's okay too, we can raise about a third of it on our own but are asking for help for the rest.

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