ST. GEORGE, Utah – The Hauck family is excited to welcome a baby girl into the family in November.
When Jeff and Cambria Hauck, who already have four children through in vitro fertilization, learned surrogacy would be their only option for having another baby, they had a lot of uncertainty.
“Cambria needed an emergency hysterectomy after having a son,” said her husband Jeff Hauk. “We knew that if we were going to be able to have embryos again, we would have to use a gestational carrier.” Jeff Cambria said.
Jeff’s mother, Nancy Hauck, 56, stepped up and offered to carry the couple’s last embryo. After many appointments with fertility specialists and embryo transfers, she became pregnant with her own granddaughter.
“Bringing another strong baby girl into the family is really special,” she said.
The women of St. George who is 56 years old is pregnant with his own grandson! Her son’s wife had an emergency hysterectomy, so she offered to carry the last of her embryos.
– Ashley Moser (@AshleyMoser) September 23, 2022
The pregnancy went smoothly and Nancy says even though she hasn’t been pregnant in 26 years, her body can handle all the symptoms with ease.
“I think it’s great, it’s amazing, and it’s like what I did when I was young and expected,” Nancy Hauck said.
The couple said bringing their daughter here was an unforgettable journey and they are grateful for Nancy’s selflessness in carrying their child.
“It was incredible to be a part of this experience with him. I am forever grateful,” said Cambria Hauck.
Just days after the embryo transfer, Nancy said she woke up in the middle of the night and heard a sweet voice clearly say, “Hi, my name is Hannah.” Because of that experience, the couple decided to name their daughter Hannah.
“Hannah means grace or grace that sums up all experiences perfectly in every definition of the word! Nancy did this eternal ‘grace’ for our family. That way it was all through God’s grace,” Cambria Hauck said.
Source : ksltv.com