A 53-year-old mother and her 31-year-old daughter have given birth to sisters weeks apart after the matriarch offered to be a gestational carrier for her child, who was told she’d never be able to carry a pregnancy. Kelsi Pierce and her husband Kyle welcomed their daughter Ava on November 23 in Minnesota — nearly two months after her mother Lisa Rutherford gave birth to their biological daughter Everly on October 1 in Michigan. ‘It’s just so surreal,’ Kelsi told ABC News of being a mother of two after three years of struggling with infertility. ’I keep pinching myself, like I can’t believe this is my life.’ Miracle: Kelsi Pierce, 31, and her mother Lisa Rutherford, 53, gave birth to sisters weeks apart Amazing: Kelsi and her husband Kyle struggled with infertility for three years before her mother Lisa Rutherford offered to be their gestational carrier The new parents suffered a number of setbacks as they depleted their savings and went into debt trying surgeries and in-vitro fertilization (IVF) to have a baby. IVF is a complex series of procedures in which eggs are collected from a woman’s ovaries and fertilized by sperm in a lab. The embryo (or embryos) is then placed in… Read full this story
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