Couples with differences or disabilities wanting children like them isn’t anything new. However, USA Today reports couples who are trying to create babies using in vitro fertilization and embryo screening. Not a cheap procedure with a cost of over $15,000 — something insurance companies aren’t most likely to pay for. Insurance companies may pay for the in vitro fertilization, but not for any additional procedures. But first, the couple most likely has to show they can’t have children the old-fashioned way.