American-born husband Steve and Chelsea Judd had been married for 11 years and were still expecting the birth of their first child.
After seven years of waiting, the couple decided to resort to in vitro fertilization.
But this time, the specialists found that Chelsea’s eggs were of poor quality and could not be fertilized.
Doctors offered the couple to find a donor whose fertilized eggs would be transferred to Chelsea.
But the spouses did not want to resort to the service of unknown donors.
Chelsea had a beloved friend whom she met in 2012, at a school in dense.
Upon learning of her friend’s troubles, Tia Stokes, a mother of three boys, decided to help her.
Tia told everything to her husband and said that she would like to donate her friend her eggs. The man approved of his wife’s act of generosity.
In 2015, Tia’s eggs fertilized by Steve’s sperm were transplanted into Chelsea’s womb.
And in the spring of 2016, the Judds gave birth to a baby girl they named Giselle.
The happy woman told on her Instagram account the amazing story of the birth of Giselle.
And now, she always talks about her motherhood and shares photos of her little girl.
Shortly after, the Stoke family had a daughter. Giselle enjoys playing with her little half-sister and half-brothers.
The two families have renewed their beautiful friendship, they meet regularly.
The Judds decided to have the second baby because they had fetuses after the first IVF.