After being blessed with two children of her own, a five year-old and a six-month old baby, Jessica Allen, from California, decided she wanted to share her blessings. She decided she wanted to be a surrogate mother for people who are unable to have children of their own. This seemed like a good idea on her side as well, since besides giving another couple the greatest gift imaginable, this would provide her the money she needed to become a stay-at-home mom and provide her full time and dedication to her beloved children. However, the surrogacy took an unexpected turn when rare complications occurred, and it turned into a custody battle none of the couples expected to find themselves in.
Sharing her bliss
After her two sons were born, there was nothing Jessica Allen appreciated more than being a mother. One day, she came up with the idea of being a surrogate and help a woman who cannot biologically conceive on her own. Being a surrogate is the most self-less act one can do, and for Jessica, it seemed like a win-win situation.
Jessica and her husband, Wardell Jasper, acknowledged that this process might involve some medical risks, but they were willing to do it. Her husband appreciated her kind heart and fully supported her decision. Jessica later shared in an interview that it was her way “to give back.”