A couple’s decision of what to do with remaining embryos created from In Vitro Fertilization can often be a difficult one. But when faced with that exact decision and 13 remaining embryos, David and Steffany Reeve saw only one acceptable option, donating the embryos to another family.
“We were like, what a waste to destroy them,” said David Reeves in a recent WFMY News story. “I thought, man, if we could help other families along and they don’t have to go through the struggle of just getting to that point it would be a big help.”
The Reeves found the right match for them in Wendy Clark. Now, Clark is now proud mother of Victor, an 8 pound 7 ounce boy born in July 2014.
To see the Reeves full story, please visit wfmynews2.com.
To learn more about embryo donation and adoption please visit Snowflakes.com.