JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — People tell Quiana Bones she has that natural glow.”I looove being pregnant,” said Bones.Bones is five months along, preparing to deliver triplets. But when the three boys come, she won’t be taking them home.Bones is a surrogate and having babies is her job.She gets $30,000 to $40,000 a baby.”I’m here to do a job. You have to remember you signed a contract and these people are expecting this,” she said.But it isn’t easy money and Bones says she doesn’t do it for the cash.She carried little Lucas to help a California family. Now, she’s carrying triplets to help a Miami couple. To her, she is able to give a stranger the gift of life.”They are just so grateful to you when they do it. They just adore you and they’re like thank you so much because a lot of people can’t have children,” she said.Bones lost one of her own children and says she knows how how precious a child’s life is.”I couldn’t imagine somebody not ever being able to feel that, not having children.”To Bones, it is a full time job 24 hours, seven days a week. But she knows she’s making a difference and giving another mother a miracle. This time, times three.
Thank you Quiana!