Thursday, February 26, 2009

Can Having Your Baby in the Philippines Be An Advantage For An American

I am a Filipina, My husband and I had our two babies in Cebu Philippines. Our First baby is a baby boy, he is 8.6 lbs. was c - section baby. Costing us $ 2,300.00 American dollars. Our second child a baby girl, she is 7.6 lbs. was born natural, costing us $ 800.00 American dollars, these cost including a famale Dr. who I would not trade for an American Dr., hospital cost ( a private aircon room) all baby cost and medicines and hospital staff and complete medical cost. We bought a tickets going to Cebu Philippines and return to America. We used Delta out of SLC to LA. and Cathay Pacific Airlines LA to Cebu City Philippines and same on the return. Our cost for 2 weeks stay in a Pension House w/ 3 meals and taxi fares will be about $ 400.00and processing of the childs passport was $ 1,500.00 American Dollars. If these cost may be more affortable for your budget just contact Hazel at hazelhildreth @

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