• Looking for non active co parent

    Posted by ___deleted-user on 2 December 2009 at 19:13

    Although that’s a bit of a contradiction πŸ˜†

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

    ___deleted-user replied 14 years, 4 months ago 1 Member · 4 Replies
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  • ___deleted-user

    Member
    5 December 2009 at 17:38

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

    Jamie

  • ___deleted-user

    Member
    5 January 2010 at 22:15

    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) πŸ™‚
    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’.

  • ___deleted-user

    Member
    23 January 2010 at 17:51
    quote David1962:

    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) πŸ™‚
    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’.

    hi can you email me ********** please

  • ___deleted-user

    Member
    29 January 2010 at 09:21

    Well, I can trawel to UK

    Give me and email
    Gary

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