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If you go without them, you can't relax and you're constantly phoning the babysitter, and if you take them with you they scream the place down and everyone frowns.
They have already tried to adopt in the UK but were turned down.
After deciding that Tony would be the legal parent, the couple spent 18 months attending weekly meetings with social workers and six other couples."We were the token gays, and there was one black couple, one Jewish, one older and three regular joes," says Barrie.
"We didn't want to rush into another pregnancy because it's very hard work with twins and also because we wanted to find the right surrogate," says Barrie.
But after a long search the couple revealed that a surrogate was implanted with four embryos just three days ago.
"We really thought they would see that we could offer a child a good home but they just put their blindfolds on and said, those two are poofters."The adoption panel suggested they consider a child with special needs, so they threw themselves into learning about mental health, attended workshops and clinics and spoke to doctors about the practicalities.