Ladies hope you don't mind the question - but do any of you have older biological child/children and a baby born/or are pregnant now with the help of donor eggs - and can reflect on at what stage you told your older child about using donor eggs to conceive? I'm unsure of how and when to tell DS11 who I had naturally age 30 (now almost 42) about how his potential future brother or sister will be created with some help. He knows all about me and his stepdad doing ivf to have a baby together and our struggles and has in the past been excited for us but now he's a bit 'over it' and says mum I don't think it's going to work. He watched a doco with me on the Aussie lady giving away her remaining double donor embryos and said 'wow thats a bit extreme '. I know he will adore his future sibling (he's very lovely with small children and babies and craves his own) but I'm worried also that he will feel that the baby won't be 'really his' sibling. He doesn't know we we planning a donor cycle in April with a known donor and I just can't get my head around telling him. Anyone have any advice?