Pregnancy Announcements

We’re closing in pretty quickly on the time when husby will officially announce that we’re pregnant.  Yeah, I know. I’ve been talking about it on this blog for months.  But most of my friends and family don’t know about this blog yet. So, now we’re trying to come up with Read more…

By Trey McIntyre, ago


This morning, our baby apps told us that our little one is the size of a strawberry. Another said a date.  Another said a walnut.  Strawberry is obviously the best, but the walnut app also said baby weighs the same as a hummingbird. This appointment was also the last of Read more…

By Trey McIntyre, ago
Our Journey


So, last week, I played hookie from work a little bit and went with Husby to an ultrasound appointment with our surrogate.  AND WE HEARD THE HEARTBEAT!!! [fvplayer src=”http://www.supatrey.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/20170413-heartbeat.mov” width=”1920″ height=”1080″] Baby even wiggled a little and flapped her nubs at us! The doctor said it’s just an inch long Read more…

By Trey McIntyre, ago

Writer’s Block

This post is procrastination. Since husby and I started down this path, we’ve been really open with our friends and family about the process.  More open than a lot of people recommend, frankly.  But we feel like it would be beneficial to lots of people if we shared our experience Read more…

By Trey McIntyre, ago
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