Will they be parents? Three women find out if they will be mothers: Part 2

IVF, in vitro fertilization, was originally created to fight infertility and has now expanded to allow people to think beyond a "traditional" family.
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Today is our transfer day. This is the last embryo of this donation. You're not going to have any more embryos, right? No. This is the last little guy. Ready? Okay. There's a reason why we're going for this, and hopefully that reason is about to be put inside of me. Lots of deep pressure. I'm nervous of what a bad result would do to Kerri. What I've learned about my wife is she is tough. If the roles were reversed, we wouldn't be doing fertility treatments because I don't think I could do it. Here we go. Three, two, one. You can actually see the white streak here. Yeah. That's it. Yay. Got a little baby in there. This is our version of making a baby. This is intimacy to us at this point of what it feels like when we're conceiving. We got news. You can already see that we're a I can't hold it. We are pregnant! Oh, yeah. I just start thinking about how much we had to do to get here. But another hurdle has been crossed. We are pregnant. You're going to have twins. Two babies? When we saw the babies on the screen the very first thing that came to mind was literally god answered every single prayer that we prayed. This is for tummy time. For me? For baby. This weekend we have my mom here. How cute that is. Years ago, it was just very much a norm to have a husband, a wife, a baby. And you got married first. But ivf blessed so many families. The world order has changed. And so the joy that I see these two women and the excitement that they're going to raise this she's my baby. I love her. Today is the day that we'll find out if we're pregnant, and if our transfer was successful. So right now we are waiting for the phone call. Still kind of find myself talking to the embryo. I keep kind of, I'm going to start to cry. I keep kind of talking to him and just telling him that, you know, it would be great if he could stay and meet us. This is it. Hello. Hi, Kerri? Hey. This is Courtney, we got the results from the blood this morning. Yeah. And I'm thrilled to tell you, it's happening. Oh! Shut up! Are you serious? Yeah. I can't breathe! Congratulations. All right, thank you. Oh, my god! Oh, my goodness. Oh, my god. I can't believe it. We reach add major milestone, and I feel a lot better about my I feel really good. I can't believe that life has changed so drastically. One minute everything was fine. And then the next minute it wasn't. At week 22, we lost both heartbeats. Both babies were stillborn. Our faith has been a staple in who we are. I have asked god why. I have asked why. I just miss my babies. I miss what I don't get to have with them. I miss that our time was so short. I did the best that I could do. To be their mom while I could. Our goal is to continue to build our family. So my water broke today at 5:00 A.M. Yes, it did. So excited. We are super excited. It's slow going, but Elias is just taking hi to meet us. Throughout the process it feels like each milestone you were happy, but you were worried about the next thing to come. We ended up going for an induction, question turned into a C section. All of a sudden I'm looking and there's my son. In order to go through this process, you have to be strong in every aspect. It does not mean that you cannot cry. Look at him. He's sound asleep. Finally. That's what us fertility warriors do. We keep fighting, and we don't give up until there's a sweet baby in our arms. This special edition of "Nightline," "Modern baby", will be right back.ht back. ��� ��� Dad! Dad!! Can you drive me to Jessica's house? ��� ��� At Northwestern Mutual, this is what our version of financial planning looks like. Tomorrow is important, but so is making the most of the house before they're out of the house. Spend your life living. Find an advisor at northwesternmutual.com. I'm missing out on our family outings

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