Having A Baby Alone?

What are the benefits of using CoParents.com?

With CoParents.com you are not tied to anything. You don’t have to commit to anything while you are browsing our member’s profiles. You can send messages, chat and ask questions to the other members that interest you with no hidden obligations. They are finally not a good match for you? You can stop the conversation right there. CoParents.com has connected many individuals who wish to have a baby but cannot fulfill their parenting dream alone (for instance, single women or homosexual couples) with individuals who share the same desire, whether they prefer to co-parent or simply to donate their sperm without becoming involved in the child’s upbringing.

With our comprehensive database and large membership, our website is the perfect place for those looking for free sperm donors eager to help people to have a baby alone. CoParents is a great tool for LGBTQ couples or singles who wish to have and raise a child thanks to sperm donation.


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What is Co-Parenting?

Co-parenting, also called shared parenting, is when two or more persons bring up a child without being in a romantic relationship. With CoParents.com, you are able to look for a co-parent who matches your expectations regarding your future child’s upbringing. Although your future child will grow up in two different homes, they will be raised and cared for by dedicated, loving parents.

There are all sorts of profiles on CoParents.com. Some people do not wish their surrogate mother or sperm donor to play a role in their child’s upbringing. Some men may wish to donate their sperm but aren’t looking to raise a child. Some are homosexual singles or couples who want to become a father but cannot do so on their own. There are also people whose children are already fully grown but who want to have other children despite their partner’s reticence. They could also be people who have had a child thanks to surrogacy and now want to help those who also want to become parents but are experiencing difficulty.

“How Do I Find The Perfect Match?”

You are able to browse our member’s profiles and read details such as their location, gender, age, name and a brief description of what they are looking for. If you think they could be a match, you can contact them to find out if they could be the person you’re looking for. Decide what is important to you, the person you choose is going to provide you with a child to love forever, so you need to make sure that you make the correct choice to prevent upset down the line. Things that could be important are:

Ethnicity – As an example, white couples searching for a sperm donor who would like their child to resemble them as closely as possible should specify that the anonymous donor must be Caucasian. Additionally, learning the culture of your child’s donor (if different from your own) could be useful, as they will probably ask questions about their origins when they grow up.

Religion – While looking for a co-parent, the question of religion and belief is important to consider. Being raised between two or more parents with different beliefs can be quite difficult for your child to manage. Finding someone who shares your beliefs could help you to avoid some explosive arguments. Speak to your co-parent about what school your child will attend, whether it will be spiritual or not, if they will go to church, temple, synagogue, mosque etc., as well as whether they will actively practice a religion, and to what extent.Background – It’s also essential to discuss your potential co-parent’s background. Before making any commitment, you should know more about their family medical history so that you can be aware of the conditions that are present in their family.

The Embarrassing Questions – Another important point is to make sure that you keep yourself and your future child safe. Ask your potential co-parent to provide you with medical documents so that you can verify they don’t have any sexually transmitted diseases, HIV or any genetic conditions that they could transmit to you or your baby.

Frequently asked questions

How can I be sure that I can handle this alone?

It may seem daunting to be facing the prospect of having a child by yourself. Going through pregnancy alone and raising a child on your own can be hard too. However, this is far from impossible. You won’t be the first mother to do it alone, and you certainly won’t be the last, best of all, you’ll be following in a long time of many who have done it, and done it well.Any challenge that you face by raising your child on your own will be compensated for with the pleasure that you’ll experience from getting through them. All changes will appear be overwhelming and difficult to face but these changes are all exciting changes and you will come through the other side with a smile on your face, as well as a smile on that of your baby!

Who will support me?

Although you might not have a father in the picture, your support group will consist of other family members, friends and other people in your life. Don’t hesitate to ask friends to hold your hand through the doctor’s appointments, or to ask others around you to help you through the birth. Choose somebody with whom you are close to serve as your pregnancy and labour coach, and don’t forget that one friend doesn’t have to do it all, you can have a team with you to cheer you on through the hardest, and the best, stages of your pregnancy and your childbirth.

What will I say when my child asks about “daddy”?

If you have chosen to go down the route of anonymous donation in order to have your child, you might be worrying about how your child will cope with the fact that they don’t have any way of getting to know their biological father.It’s useful to think about it ahead of time, and prepare your answer for when the question inevitably rears its head. The truth is, that the more comfortable that you are with the fact that you do not have a father to co-parent with, the more comfortable your child will be with this fact as they grow up. Children will pick up on your feelings and absorb them into their subconscious, ultimately impacting the way that they feel.

After becoming a single mother will I ever find a husband or a partner?

Many single mothers do find a partner after having a child, or even after having two. When you are a parent, dating, as well as starting a relationship, can be more stress-free, because you aren’t in such a rush to find the right person with whom to settle down and have children. You might find that you feel a lot less pressure, and find it easier to look at relationships more objectively.

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  1. I need. To hear a really positive story from a woman that did this alone got artificially inseminated or found a man that just agreed whatever the arrangement was that the dog because I need the motivation to do this to the father time is not on my side I’m 34 years old and I feel so much pressure right now but I am not where I want to be as far as my career as far as in a loving relationship I just went through the absolute worst break up… Decided to take a risk and a really really good friend that’s the biggest risk of all and he got our friends in the breakup I guess so lonely but it’s not just because of the breakup it’s because I just had a 34th birthday and my dad just had a 71st birthday so it’s that I had very little family and I know I’ve always wanted children I just feel as though I understand I want to move away from here meet a whole new group of people but it’s really hard meeting new people in your 30s it’s not like it was in your twenties when you met someone through someone through someone through someone. And I mean who really honestly and genuinely meets friends online other then ” new moms” idk I just feel if ur not a mother ur looked at as less of a woman and this kills me because it’s not the fact that I don’t want to be another to do that it’s just that it has not happened yet and I don’t know if it will happen. So I don’t like when I’m looked at as less responsible or mature because I don’t have a child. Just no motivation to date or fall in love right now I need a positive story

  2. I’m just here to read these horrific comments where people can’t put a single cohesive sentence together. I can’t understand any of this. Obviously nobody you’re going to want to have a child with unless you want the child to have severe mental disabilities. These people want to have children but they can’t even form one single sentence? These comments don’t even make any sort of sense.

  3. I’m 20 yrs old, I’ve wanted nothing more than to be a mother, even if it meant me doing it alone. I’ve tried multiple times with my previous partner but I either miscarry or just don’t get pregnant. I don’t want to have a family too late. I’m ready to become a mom, Honestly I think it’s just cause I want someone other than my mom to love me ??