Mom welcomes ‘miracle baby’ into the world after buying sperm online

A UK mom did not let her break up stop her from having another baby. After quick scroll online she bought sperm and 9-months later, welcomed her 'eBaby' into the world.

Mom welcomes ‘miracle baby’ into the world after buying sperm online

A mom’s yearning for a little one saw her shopping online for sperm from a suitable donor. After breaking up with her boyfriend, Stephenie Taylor wanted to go ahead with her plan to have a second child. A close friend directed her to an online sperm store and two weeks later, she was expecting.

An online sperm shop helps make a mom’s dreams come true!

33-year-old Stephenie Taylor did what not many women are brave enough to do – shopped online for a sperm donor. The mom of one from Nunthorpe in the UK really wanted to have a second child but had her dreams crushed when her boyfriend broke up with her.

Looking into fertility treatments she realised that she would have to fork out a ton of money – something she did not have. Things suddenly looked up for her when a friend suggested she buy sperm online.

Not long thereafter she was browsing through the Just A Baby app and found someone who is family orientated, has no history of family illnesses and looked a little like her so that the new baby can resemble her first-born, Frankie.

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She then explains to The Mirror how placed the order and just a few weeks later, the sperm was delivered to her door. The next step was purchasing a home insemination kit and watching tutorials on YouTube to see how it’s done.

Two weeks later and after only one attempt, Stephenie discovered she was pregnant. Nine months later baby Eden was born – a healthy baby girl who her mother describes as a ‘miracle baby’ and a ‘real online baby.’

Are you looking to buy sperm?

Parent24 reports that The Aevitas Fertility Clinic in Cape Town offers people the opportunity to purchase sperm.

Patients will however need to undergo a psychology test before they are approved for the purchase of sperm which can cost between R4000 and R8000 for the entire process.

ALSO READ: The National British sperm bank is facing a shortage and they want you to help

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