Seeking a co-parent in Sydney, NSW

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by daisy57 » 17 Mar 2010

About myself: I am single and haven't found Mr Right yet but I am well educated and am satisfied with my life - the only thing is missing - a child or two in my life. I am seeking a well educated and financially stable who wants to co parent with me, or as an uncle or anonymous donor until the child turns 18. I am flexible but I am hoping to conceive around June/July 2010 so I can have some time off next year and try to use a whole year off to focus on the baby's first year as a priority. I like to plan ahead so I can have some rough ideas and I am pretty excited to find that there is a world out there that exists for co-parents. At first I thought there is no hope to have a child if I did not find Mr Right in time. I had to weigh the cons and pros - children cannot wait especially if you are in 30's but Mr Right can wait!

I never heard about co-parents and it is all new to me. I am keen to meet new people and have a chat about it in person to discuss dreams, goals and desires of having a child. For me - I love to watch kids grow and learn as life goes by each day. I never had enough of kids - I grew up as an only child in the family. I was born deaf but everything else I am pretty normal within normal range - besides what is 'normal' anyway? No one is perfect in this world. I came from a well educated family and - background is a mixture of Australian, Austrian and Russian traits. I am proud to show the world of my cultures and my friends/families.

Anyone is interested - just feel free to drop a line - I look forward to hearing from you.

Cheers,

Daisy



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