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a blog by Infertile Naomi, October 18, 2012

This month in Celebrity Fertility News...

First of all, thank you to all of you who bought my new ebook, Best of 999 Reasons to Laugh at Infertility!

I hope it helps you to laugh through your journey from infertility to parenthood.

What’s happening in the world of celebrity fertility? Here’s a recap:

  • Congratulations to Uma Thurman for giving your daughter the world’s longest baby name. Her daughter is named Rosalind Arusha Arcadian Altalune Florence Thurman-Busson. Thankfully, they just plan to call her Luna.

  • Reality TV stars, Giuliana and Bill Rancic welcome a baby boy via surrogate. Giuliana, who underwent IVF, suffered a miscarriage and later recovered from breast cancer, now have a great reason to celebrate. Their son Edward Duke was recently born through a gestational carrier. The couple plans on having another baby through surrogacy sooner than later.

  • Are you interested in having a celebrity sperm donor? Apparently, there is a new website that is offering sperm donations from real celebrities. No offense but I don’t want my future offspring looking like Pee-Wee Herman.

  • October 15th marked Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Day. Here are some celebrities affected by that day...While filming the movie, The Body Guard, the late Whitney Houston had a miscarriage. A few months later, she got pregnant and later gave birth to daughter, Bobbi. Singer Celine Dion had multiple miscarriages before giving birth to twins via IVF. Brooke Shields and Courtney Cox went through IVF; and other celebrities had their children through adoption like Sharon Stone and Barbara Walters.

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