Creating new life when in fifties

    by Baz1      .      17 Jun 2020

    Hi there. I'm a new member so would welcome some encouragement to give me confidence. I've always been a career guy but now find myself working p/t with plenty of time on my hands. Now in my mid fifties and never having fathered a child I'd really like to know that at least my traits will live on after I've passed on. Its hard to put into words but if my son or daughter is kind, helps others, works hard and loyal then hopefully you'll think of me. I wish everyone well and good luck in their ambition to be a parent.

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    Baz1 on 17 Jun 2020

    Hi there. I'm a new member so would welcome some encouragement to give me confidence. I've always been a career guy but now find myself working p/t with plenty of time on my hands. Now in my mid fifties and never having fathered a child I'd really like to know that at least my traits will live on after I've passed on. Its hard to put into words but if my son or daughter is kind, helps others, works hard and loyal then hopefully you'll think of me. I wish everyone well and good luck in their ambition to be a parent.

    kent268 on 10 Aug 2020

    hi please get in touch


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