Almost every surrogate has one thing in common. We have all had a child of our own before. We have been pregnant with and delivered babies that we do get to bring home from the hospital. Babies that we love, feed, clothe, bathe, cuddle and diaper; and before we know it, they’re not really babies anymore. They’re children. Children who at some point in their lives learn that their Mommy is going to be pregnant with a baby that won’t be coming home to live with them. It begs the question - how do the children of surrogates cope with a surrogacy journey?