Andrea Ott-Dahl, who with her partner Keston Ott-Dahl has two other children, agreed to act as a pregnancy surrogate for a wealthy Silicon Valley family. When pre-natal testing revealed the baby would be born with Down Syndrome, Andrea was urged to abort the child. Instead, the Ott-Dahl's chose to keep and raise the daughter they would call Delaney, overcoming their fears while navigating legal, medical and emotional challenges.
Studying all they could about care for their special needs daughter led them to become avid activists out of their experience. Despite heart surgery and an array of other challenges, Delaney at age three is alive, thriving, and an inspiration to every loving parent on the planet.