Entries tagged with ‘Family’

Nobel Conference 53 “Honoring the Stories” : Angelique Dwyer

Birthing has been one of the most empowering experiences of my life. Both of my children’s births were water births.┬áThe first water birth happened by accident, the second was well planned and executed to perfection. For my first pregnancy, being a new mother I wasn’t confident enough to pursue a midwife or a water birth, […]

Nobel Conference 53 “Honoring the Stories” : Gina LaCombe

He is currently in my arms, my testament to persevering through the difficult journey of infertility. Without science, hard earned money, and sheer determination our beautiful 12 week old son would not exist. Marrying later in life, and delaying trying to conceive due to a diagnosis of Lyme disease, by the age of 38 I […]

Nobel Conference 53 “Honoring the Stories” : Carly (Johnson) Erickson

My husband, CJ and I are both Gustie grads and have our time at Gustavus to thank for being blessed with our now 1 month old son, Jack. 10 years ago I had the opportunity to shadow a Reproductive Endocrinologist, Dr. Randle Corfman at Midwest Center for Reproductive Health in Maple Grove as part of […]

Nobel Conference 53 “Honoring the Stories” : Barb Larson Taylor

The fact that my brother and I were adopted was a celebrated part of our family history. Feelings of gratitude that my parents could have a family seemed to radiate through my whole childhood. When I asked my mom about trying to become pregnant, all she said was that she was not able to have […]

Nobel Conference 53 “Honoring The Stories”: The Nemmers Twins

  Hayley Nemmers was a surrogate mother to twins. Through the love of Hayley, Ryan, and Amber, and the support of reproductive technology, they welcome Asher and Zoey to the Nemmers family! Their personal blog, taking you through their journey, can be found at http://anemmers.wordpress.com.   Created by Hayley Nemmers, Class of 2016