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Having a child is something many of us dream of and whether you’re a single man or woman or in a homosexual or lesbian couple, having a child can be slightly more complex. There are many ways to have a child in these circumstances but you need to think about what’s right for you and your future family.
Bringing up a child is an exciting and invigorating challenge most people adore; however, for some people it's not a possibility without the aid of a co parent. Fortunately finding a coparent to have a child with is quite elementary in the US, allowing those who can't have children in the traditional manner, a way of doing so.
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There are many issues to consider for parents considering conceiving with a known donor or co-parent. With a minefield of information to navigate, parents can be left asking: what do we need to know? How do we set things up? How do we avoid problems in the future?
Are you a UK-based co-parent, searching for a parenting partnership, or going through a co-parent pregnancy? If so we'd love to hear about your journey to parenthood.
Award-winning television company Windfall Films is researching a documentary about modern families and co-parenting. At this stage, we'd simply like to talk and this won't commit you in any way to taking part. Many new kinds of family are being created now.
Leading UK Documentary Company Wants to Hear Your Co-parenting Story
Award-winning television production company Windfall Films, is researching a documentary about modern families and co-parenting.
If you’re based in the UK and are a co-parent, searching for a parenting partnership, or going through a co-parent pregnancy, we’d love to hear about your journey. We’d simply like to talk at this stage. Getting in touch will not in any way commit you to taking part.
Single women and gay couples are increasingly raising children with people they aren’t in a relationship with, it was claimed today.
Experts believe that the recession and marriage break-ups are prompting people to stop searching for Mr or Mrs Right and start seeking the ideal parenting partner.
The rise of the “co-parent” will be highlighted tomorrow at the Alternative Parenting Show in Covent Garden which is expected to be attended by more than 2,000 people.
Invitation to Participate in an Exciting New Study
Researchers at the University of Exeter are conducting research into what the study calls ‘platonic parenting’ within the LGBT community.