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    by Kemmy      .      02 Dec 2009

    Although that's a bit of a contradiction :lol:

    Anyway, mid thirties, biological clock deafening, located in Scotland, let me know if that appeals/suits/is doable

    4 Replies

    Kemmy on 02 Dec 2009

    Although that's a bit of a contradiction :lol:

    Anyway, mid thirties, biological clock deafening, located in Scotland, let me know if that appeals/suits/is doable

    James2 on 05 Dec 2009

    Hi Fife based , self employed and a father of one see profile for more info .

    Jamie

    David1962 on 05 Jan 2010

    Hi
    I'm a bit new to this (er.. very new actually, only joined yesterday) but what exactly is a co-parent? Is it different to a 'normal' mom and dad (ie born before 1960: meet, marry, have kids, fight for 50 years / born after 1960: meet, live together, have kids, fight for 5 years, divorce) :-)
    and what's the difference between a non-active co parent, and a sperm donor/surrogate?
    What am I...? My wife cant have children (and doesnt want any more anyway, hers are grown up) and I dont want to leave her, but would like to create a baby, and if allowed by the mother, or requested by the son/daughter, have some sort of 'absent-father' relationship.
    I guess these are general questions for any/all to answer, but they are genuine questions.

    Sadly, Bonny Scotland is a bit far for me, but very best of luck, and well done for having the courage to 'go for it'.

    JACKIE3 on 23 Jan 2010


    Gary22 on 29 Jan 2010

    Well, I can trawel to UK

    Give me and email
    Gary


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