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Kandi Burruss praises the surrogate mother who helped her have a baby Blaze Tucker

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Kandi Burruss couldn't be more grateful to the surrogate mother who helped her and Todd Tucker make her wish come true. She is praising the lady who helped her bring Blaze Tucker into the world, and her message really excited fans, as you will see below.

In the publication, Kandi talks about much of her personal history regarding her other daughter, Riley Burruss and the serious health problems she has faced.

‘First comes love, then comes marriage, then comes the baby in the stroller. At least that is what most of us are taught, but nobody shares that the trip to the baby carriage can come with sadness, doubts and obstacles to fertility. My first daughter, Riley, was conceived and born in the world as easily as possible. Little did I know that 13 years later, when I wanted to continue this story, I would face the fight of infertility due to non-cancerous fibroids, "Kandi began publishing.

She continued and also detailed what happened when she had her son and Todd Tucker's, Ace Wells Tucker: ‘My pregnancy with Ace came with many complications, so our family decided to use a substitute (pictured!). When we analyzed this, I went through a series of emotions and questions such as: How will this affect my bond with my child? What happens if the substitute tries to stay with my baby? What will others think? Will the baby share the DNA with the surrogate mother of the pregnancy even though they are my eggs? Looking back, I wish I had an application like @peanut. "

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First comes love, then comes marriage, then comes the baby in the stroller. At least that is what most of us are taught, but nobody shares that the trip to the baby carriage can come with sadness, doubts and obstacles to fertility. My first daughter, Riley, was conceived and born in the world as easily as possible. Little did I know that 13 years later, when I wanted to continue this story, I would face the fight of infertility due to non-cancerous fibroids. My pregnancy with Ace came with many complications, so our family decided to use a substitute (pictured here!). When we analyzed this, I went through a series of emotions and questions such as: How will this affect my bond with my child? What happens if the substitute tries to stay with my baby? What will others think? Will the baby share the DNA with the surrogate mother of the pregnancy even though they are my eggs? Looking back, I wish I had an application like @peanut. It is a place to meet women with mentality, chat and share advice. @Peanut is an application for mothers, pregnant women and those who try to conceive (Thank God!). As a woman, I am very happy to have found @peanut and I encourage you to join and seek help through this platform. I have had an amazing husband to lean on, and my surrogate has been very encouraging, but it has been great talking to other women who really understand my fears and my pain firsthand. In general, I have to tell each of you: your trip to the baby carriage may not be the same as someone else's, but you are not alone on this trip to motherhood. #peanutapp

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Fans offered a lot of support and love for their favorite lady in the comments, as you will see below.

One person said: "I have a lot of love and respect for you, Kandi, because there aren't many adult people who can accept and understand your challenge … Good job Kandi."

Another follower published: “ Your honesty and how you like to keep your true fans up to date with things in your personal and professional life is the reason I have been a fan from day one, may God continue to bless you in everything you do. ❤️ & # 39;

Someone else wrote: "While others do not associate with their substitute, Kandi proves otherwise … ¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡ ¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡

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A follower exclaimed: "I congratulate you and your family during the holiday season, you are a very strong woman who represents,quot;.


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