Melissa Kayser from Nebraska had lost hope of becoming a mom after having nine miscarriages — until her older sister stepped in. Kayser had been trying to have a baby for three years when doctors finally suggested, after fertility treatments and IVF, that she should consider a surrogate. That’s when Kayser’s older sister offered to carry a baby for her. Doctors recommended that the sister have two embryos implanted. No one was expecting both to take, however, because doctors said one of the embryos was poor quality. But then came the news: It was twins. The baby girls are now 6 weeks old.
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