A little something different now. According to The National Enquirer, Martha Stewart's daughter Alexis, is having a baby. Kind of. Apparently Alexis has found a surrogate to have the baby for her. Apparently the woman chosen is married and lives in rural Pennsylvania. I can't believe the woman is married. Do you think they do this as a career? I am trying to think about what it would be like to be married to someone who was carrying a baby for someone for pay. It is all the drama and ups and downs of pregnancy but at the end you just get a paycheck and not the baby.
Do many women do this as a career? The article says that a Stewart family attorney found the woman and Alexis needed a surrogate because she has been unable to conceive. Is this expensive? I mean it is a 24 hour a day full-time commitment for 9-10 months.