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And social media makes three: New generation of parents adopt using Facebook, Instagram


With social media at their disposal, a new generation of would-be parents are empowered to market themselves and "get their message in front of as many eyes as possible" – and for a fraction of the cost than in years past. — AFP Relaxnews

With social media at their disposal, a new generation of would-be parents are empowered to market themselves and "get their message in front of as many eyes as possible" – and for a fraction of the cost than in years past. — AFP Relaxnews

Becky Gomez was ready to give up. For almost eight years, she and her husband, Jim Gomez, had tried everything to become parents. 

They had awakened at the break of dawn on seemingly endless occasions to rush to the fertility doctor's office, where Becky had endured a string of uncomfortable and costly treatments, including in vitro fertilisation and countless other procedures with names she could barely pronounce. 

   

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