She was dating and things weren't working out. She says she was feeling a lot of pressure.
So at 37, she decided to freeze her eggs.
She says she wanted a little insurance policy so she could have a baby of her own one day.
About 2000 babies have been born from frozen eggs since the 1990's. Most of those births happened in recent years.
Doctors say it was difficult at first to freeze eggs because there is so much water in them.
Since then freezing technology has gotten better. Doctors are able to freeze the egg and thaw it looking exactly like it came in.
Recent studies show success rates for women using fresh and frozen eggs are similar. Experts say that while freezing technology has improved, there is still no guarantee it will work and it can cost thousands of dollars.
A short time after Suzanne froze her eggs, she found the right guy, got married, and conceived her oldest son Preston. Getting pregnant the second time at 42 wasn't as easy, so she used her frozen eggs to have her second son Carmelo.