Twin Acts as Surrogate for her Twin Sister

Twin siblings share a special bond. From their creation, all throughout their childhood, and into adulthood, twins connect with each other in a very unique way.

These twin sisters have tackled every life struggle together, and now their twin bond is getting even closer.

Whitney Bliesner, 34, never thought she would be a mother after being diagnosed with a rare genetic disorder as a child. She has neurofibromatosis type 2, and her brain is covered in tumors. Any hormonal changes to her body, like from a pregnancy, could be deadly for her. She's already suffered a great deal, losing sight in one eye and hearing in one ear. But she and her husband were desperate to become parents. They looked into adoption and surrogacy, but those paths to parenthood were too expensive for the couple. And that's when Jill Noe, Bliesner's twin sister, volunteered to be her sister's surrogate.



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