20She Thinks That Having Siblings Is Important
Sarah comes from a large family, with seven brothers and sisters. So she always wanted to have as many children as possible in order to ensure her children would have the opportunity to experience having siblings, and to create those bonds of friendship and fraternity.
After the birth
of her first child, James Wilkie Broderick, in October 2002, Sarah and her husband began to experience infertility problems. But at the moment they realized that it would be impossible for them to conceive again through the traditional way, Parker and her husband began to consider new options because they were sure they wanted to expand the family.
Thus, in 2009 the couple welcomed their twins Tabitha Hodge Broderick and Marion Loretta Elwell Broderick via surrogate.