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  1. #36
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    Your name is Cecilia Brynn Hayes and you are a 22-year-old college graduate working two jobs as a personal shopper and a waitress, living in Boston, Massachusetts. Your combined wages aren't really enough to make ends meet. While you're bringing a friend to a doctor's appointment at a health clinic, you spot a flier from a nearby fertility clinic asking for egg donations and surrogate mothers. Your friends and family would freak out if they found out what you're thinking of doing, but you need money, times are tough, and it is for a good cause: helping people and bringing new life into the world.

    The next day, you go to the fertility clinic and fill out the necessary paperwork to be a surrogate mother. Then, you undergo several physical examinations, to make sure you are bodily and reproductively healthy, that expand over several weeks. A year and a half later, you meet the first couple you'll be a surrogate for.

    Mr. and Mrs. O'Reilly are a couple in their early forties from Easton, Massachusetts. The wife's name is Kate and she's an intelligent, hardworking businesswoman who's put her career ahead of anything else and is now ready to settle down. The husband's name is Patrick and he's a lawyer with his own firm in Boston. They're grateful to you for doing such an unselfish thing for them by being the womb for their baby.
    http://blog.masslive.com/criesandwhi...20capuanos.jpg

    The embryo is successfully implanted into your uterus and a month later you inform the doctors and the biological parents that you are pregnant. You receive all sorts of medical expenses, but the next nine months are tough with pregnancy, even with the support of your doctors and the biological parents holding your hand through it all. Your friends, family, and co-workers aren't sure of what to think when they find out you're pregnant...and that the baby isn't actually your own. Finally, you deliver a healthy baby to its glowing parents.
    Grace Elisabeth O'Reilly

    Eighteen months later, fully recovered from the last pregnancy, you are asked by the doctors if you would like to be a traditional surrogate mother, which means you are the child's genetic mother. You still need money, even if your last payment was a lot, but taxes and mortgage have run you almost dry. You decide to take it.

    The couple you are a surrogate mother for is a gay couple, two men from Boston. The first is a 35-year-old social worker named Alec and his partner is a 36-year-old interior designer named Brett, who was chosen to be the biological father for the baby. A nurse told you that the men selected you specifically to be the mother of their child because they thought you were pretty. You're not sure if you're flattered, but you're happy to help these men, who are very friendly and flamboyant.
    http://www.queerstock.com/artwork/qs...e00026r_wc.jpg

    This time, you're prepared for what's coming. You think it's going to be easier this time around...until Alec asks you if you would like to be a part of the child's life, since technically you are the mother. By now, you are 24 years old and have gotten a stable job as a stylist. You've always been so career-oriented that you've never given much thought to husband or children. It takes a lot of thought, and the feeling of the baby's first kick, for you to decide that you want the child to know you are her mother, but you will allow the fathers to raise her. A week after you announce this to the fathers, you have the baby.
    Eloise Noelle Sloane-Baker

    Two years later have passed. You haven't been a surrogate mother since you had your biological child with the gay men, whom monthly send you pictures and videos of the little one. You're glad that you're child is happy and healthy with good parents. As for yourself, you're still living in Boston and have your own condo, and you've fully established your career as a stylist. You don't think you'd ever go back into surrogacy unless you absolutely had to...until you meet a man at the clinic while at a doctor's appointment.

    The man's name is (HIS NAME) and he is a 39-year-old Grayson Davis from Amherst, Massachusetts. He's a childless widower, whose wife died of cancer last year at the age of 37. Before she died, she had a full hysterectomy and her eggs frozen at the fertility clinic so that her husband could still have a child. Your heart bleeds for him when you overhear his story from the nurses and learn that the man has decided on surrogacy. Before the doctors even ask, you volunteer to be the surrogate mother.

    You meet Grayson shortly before your impregnation. You can't help but notice how attractive he is; tall and slim with black hair and sad-looking dark blue eyes but a sweet smile. He thanks you for doing this for him. You assure him that it's no trouble at all. The fertilization is a success and two weeks later, you find out you're pregnant.
    You send him a picture of your first ultrasound in an announcing pregnancy greeting card

    http://www.raemonet.com/images/dacon5.jpg

    You and Grayson become friends as the months go on. He's excited to become a dad and you accidentally tell him that you have your own child, whom is being raised by her biological father and his partner. Being with this new man is what influences you to decide to be more active in your child's life and Eloise is starting to finally know you as her mother. You even get in touch with the first couple you were a surrogate for and ask how their child, Grace, is doing. You're starting to wonder if you should give motherhood a second thought when you have your third baby and second non-biological child.
    Carter Reed Davis

    You keep in touch with your first child, Eloise, who is now four years old and grow closer to your second non-biological child, Carter, and his father, Grayson. 3 months after the baby is born, you begin dating him.

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    Your name is Brianna Marie Campbell and you are a 22-year-old college graduate working two jobs as a Substitute teacher and a Summer Camp Counselor, living in Boston, Massachusetts. Your combined wages aren't really enough to make ends meet. While you're bringing a friend to a doctor's appointment at a health clinic, you spot a flier from a nearby fertility clinic asking for egg donations and surrogate mothers. Your friends and family would freak out if they found out what you're thinking of doing, but you need money, times are tough, and it is for a good cause: helping people and bringing new life into the world.

    The next day, you go to the fertility clinic and fill out the necessary paperwork to be a surrogate mother. Then, you undergo several physical examinations, to make sure you are bodily and reproductively healthy, that expand over several weeks. A year and a half later, you meet the first couple you'll be a surrogate for.

    Mr. and Mrs. Johnson are a couple in their early forties from Easton, Massachusetts. The wife's name is Andrea Paige and she's an intelligent, hardworking businesswoman who's put her career ahead of anything else and is now ready to settle down. The husband's name is Tyler Matthew and he's a lawyer with his own firm in Boston. They're grateful to you for doing such an unselfish thing for them by being the womb for their baby.
    What they look like: http://www.beingcancerfree.com/wp-co..._and_kevin.jpg

    The embryo is successfully implanted into your uterus and a month later you inform the doctors and the biological parents that you are pregnant. You receive all sorts of medical expenses, but the next nine months are tough with pregnancy, even with the support of your doctors and the biological parents holding your hand through it all. Your friends, family, and co-workers aren't sure of what to think when they find out you're pregnant...and that the baby isn't actually your own. Finally, you deliver a healthy baby to its glowing parents.
    Name: Thomas Edward Johnson

    Eighteen months later, fully recovered from the last pregnancy, you are asked by the doctors if you would like to be a traditional surrogate mother, which means you are the child's genetic mother. You still need money, even if your last payment was a lot, but taxes and mortgage have run you almost dry. You decide to take it.

    The couple you are a surrogate mother for is a gay couple, two men from Boston. The first is a 35-year-old social worker named Gabriel Ryan Anderson and his partner is a 36-year-old interior designer named David Isaac Roberts, who was chosen to be the biological father for the baby. A nurse told you that the men selected you specifically to be the mother of their child because they thought you were pretty. You're not sure if you're flattered, but you're happy to help these men, who are very friendly and flamboyant.
    The couple: http://www.body-fantasy.com/Images/men_holding_hand.jpg

    This time, you're prepared for what's coming. You think it's going to be easier this time around...until Gabriel asks you if you would like to be a part of the child's life, since technically you are the mother. By now, you are 24 years old and have gotten a stable job as a Kindergarten teacher. You've always been so career-oriented that you've never given much thought to husband or children. It takes a lot of thought, and the feeling of the baby's first kick, for you to decide that you want the child to know you are his mother, but you will allow the fathers to raise him. A week after you announce this to the fathers, you have the baby.
    Name: Noah Robert Anderson

    Two years later have passed. You haven't been a surrogate mother since you had your biological child with the gay men, whom monthly send you pictures and videos of the little one. You're glad that your child is happy and healthy with good parents. As for yourself, you're still living in Boston and have your own condo, and you've fully established your career as a Kindergarten teacher. You don't think you'd ever go back into surrogacy unless you absolutely had to...until you meet a man at the clinic while at a doctor's appointment.

    The man's name is Michael Allen Foster and he is a 39-year-old College professor from Amherst, Massachusetts. He's a childless widower, whose wife died of cancer last year at the age of 37. Before she died, she had a full hysterectomy and her eggs frozen at the fertility clinic so that her husband could still have a child. Your heart bleeds for him when you overhear his story from the nurses and learn that the man has decided on surrogacy. Before the doctors even ask, you volunteer to be the surrogate mother.

    You meet Michael shortly before your impregnation. You can't help but notice how attractive he is; tall and slim with black hair and sad-looking dark blue eyes but a sweet smile. He thanks you for doing this for him. You assure him that it's no trouble at all. The fertilization is a success and two weeks later, you find out you're pregnant.
    Announcing the pregnancy: You send him a picture of your first ultrasound in an announcing pregnancy greeting card
    What he looks like: http://www.liltempest.com/WoTCasting...n/Moridin1.jpg

    You and Michael become friends as the months go on. He's excited to become a dad and you accidentally tell him that you have your own child, whom is being raised by his biological father and his partner. Being with this new man is what influences you to decide to be more active in your child's life and Noah is starting to finally know you as his mother. You even get in touch with the first couple you were a surrogate for and ask how their child, Thomas, is doing. You're starting to wonder if you should give motherhood a second thought when you have your third baby and second non-biological child.
    Name: Ryder Zane Foster

    You keep in touch with your first child, Noah, who is now four years old and grow closer to your second non-biological child, Ryder, and his father, Michael. 7 months after the baby is born, you begin dating him.

  3. #40
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    Your name is Macy Grace Witt and you are a 22-year-old college graduate working two jobs as a book store employee and a barista, living in Boston, Massachusetts. Your combined wages aren't really enough to make ends meet. While you're bringing a friend to a doctor's appointment at a health clinic, you spot a flier from a nearby fertility clinic asking for egg donations and surrogate mothers. Your friends and family would freak out if they found out what you're thinking of doing, but you need money, times are tough, and it is for a good cause: helping people and bringing new life into the world.

    The next day, you go to the fertility clinic and fill out the necessary paperwork to be a surrogate mother. Then, you undergo several physical examinations, to make sure you are bodily and reproductively healthy, that expand over several weeks. A year and a half later, you meet the first couple you'll be a surrogate for.

    Mr. and Mrs. Richard are a couple in their early forties from Easton, Massachusetts. The wife's name is Cynthia Cecilia and she's an intelligent, hardworking businesswoman who puts her career ahead of anything else and is now ready to settle down. The husband's name is Andrew Michael and he's a lawyer with his own firm in Boston. They're grateful to you for doing such an unselfish thing for them by being the womb for their baby.
    What do they look like?http://blog.masslive.com/criesandwhi...20capuanos.jpg

    The embryo is successfully implanted into your uterus and a month later you inform the doctors and the biological parents that you are pregnant. You receive all sorts of medical expenses, but the next nine months are tough with pregnancy, even with the support of your doctors and the biological parents holding your hand through it all. Your friends, family, and co-workers aren't sure of what to think when they find out you're pregnant...and that the baby isn't actually your own. Finally, you deliver a healthy baby to its glowing parents.
    What is the baby's name & gender? Girl; Penelope Elizabeth RichardNellie

    Eighteen months later, fully recovered from the last pregnancy, you are asked by the doctors if you would like to be a traditional surrogate mother, which means you are the child's genetic mother. You still need money, even if your last payment was a lot, but taxes and mortgage have run you almost dry. You decide to take it.

    The couple you are a surrogate mother for is a gay couple, two men from Boston. The first is a 35-year-old social worker named Weston Shane Underwood and his partner is a 36-year-old interior designer named Cameron John Walker, who was chosen to be the biological father for the baby. A nurse told you that the men selected you specifically to be the mother of their child because they thought you were pretty. You're not sure if you're flattered, but you're happy to help these men, who are very friendly and flamboyant.
    What does the couple look like? http://www.queerstock.com/artwork/qs...e00026r_wc.jpg

    This time, you're prepared for what's coming. You think it's going to be easier this time around...until Weston asks you if you would like to be a part of the child's life, since technically you are the mother. By now, you are 24 years old and have gotten a stable job as a nurse. You've always been so career-oriented that you've never given much thought to husband or children. It takes a lot of thought, and the feeling of the baby's first kick, for you to decide that you want the child to know you are his/her mother, but you will allow the fathers to raise him/her. A week after you announce this to the fathers, you have the baby.
    What is the baby's name & gender? Girl; Brooklyn Charlotte Walker

    Two years later have passed. You haven't been a surrogate mother since you had your biological child with the gay men, whom monthly send you pictures and videos of the little one. You're glad that your child is happy and healthy with good parents. As for yourself, you're still living in Boston and have your own condo, and you've fully established your career as a nurse. You don't think you'd ever go back into surrogacy unless you absolutely had to...until you meet a man at the clinic while at a doctor's appointment.

    The man's name is Levi Matthew Forbes and he is a 39-year-old college professor from Amherst, Massachusetts. He's a childless widower, whose wife died of cancer last year at the age of 37. Before she died, she had a full hysterectomy and her eggs frozen at the fertility clinic so that her husband could still have a child. Your heart bleeds for him when you overhear his story from the nurses and learn that the man has decided on surrogacy. Before the doctors even ask, you volunteer to be the surrogate mother.

    You meet Levi shortly before your impregnation. You can't help but notice how attractive he is; tall and slim with black hair and sad-looking dark blue eyes but a sweet smile. He thanks you for doing this for him. You assure him that it's no trouble at all. The fertilization is a success and two weeks later, you find out you're pregnant.
    How do you tell the biological father you're pregnant? You send him a picture of your first ultrasound in an announcing pregnancy greeting card
    What does he look like? http://www.liltempest.com/WoTCasting...n/Moridin1.jpg

    You and Levi become friends as the months go on. He's excited to become a dad and you accidentally tell him that you have your own child, whom is being raised by her biological father and his partner. Being with this new man is what influences you to decide to be more active in your child's life and Brooklyn is starting to finally know you as her mother. You even get in touch with the first couple you were a surrogate for and ask how their child, Nellie, is doing. You're starting to wonder if you should give motherhood a second thought when you have your third baby and second non-biological child.
    What is the baby's name & gender? Boy; Asher Ezra Forbes

    You keep in touch with your first child, Nellie, who is now four years old and grow closer to your second non-biological child, Asher, and his father, Levi. 3 months after the baby is born, you begin dating him.

  4. #42
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    Your name is Lila Penelope Lanoux and you are a 22-year-old college graduate working two jobs as a bookstore clerk and a bartender, living in Boston, Massachusetts. Your combined wages aren't really enough to make ends meet. While you're bringing a friend to a doctor's appointment at a health clinic, you spot a flier from a nearby fertility clinic asking for egg donations and surrogate mothers. Your friends and family would freak out if they found out what you're thinking of doing, but you need money, times are tough, and it is for a good cause: helping people and bringing new life into the world.

    The next day, you go to the fertility clinic and fill out the necessary paperwork to be a surrogate mother. Then, you undergo several physical examinations, to make sure you are bodily and reproductively healthy, that expand over several weeks. A year and a half later, you meet the first couple you'll be a surrogate for.

    Mr. and Mrs. Stewart are a couple in their early forties from Easton, Massachusetts. The wife's name is Joanna Margaret Stewart and she's an intelligent, hardworking businesswoman who's put her career ahead of anything else and is now ready to settle down. The husband's name is Michael Joseph Stewart II and he's a lawyer with his own firm in Boston. They're grateful to you for doing such an unselfish thing for them by being the womb for their baby.
    What do they look like? Roll the dice
    1 or 2: http://blog.masslive.com/criesandwhi...20capuanos.jpg

    The embryo is successfully implanted into your uterus and a month later you inform the doctors and the biological parents that you are pregnant. You receive all sorts of medical expenses, but the next nine months are tough with pregnancy, even with the support of your doctors and the biological parents holding your hand through it all. Your friends, family, and co-workers aren't sure of what to think when they find out you're pregnant...and that the baby isn't actually your own. Finally, you deliver a healthy baby to its glowing parents.
    What is the baby's name & gender? Roll the dice
    7. Boy; first & middle names from http://www.behindthename.com/top/lists/ud/1960
    Name: MichaelMickJoseph Stewart III

    Eighteen months later, fully recovered from the last pregnancy, you are asked by the doctors if you would like to be a traditional surrogate mother, which means you are the child's genetic mother. You still need money, even if your last payment was a lot, but taxes and mortgage have run you almost dry. You decide to take it.

    The couple you are a surrogate mother for is a gay couple, two men from Boston. The first is a 35-year-old social worker named Andrew Edward Sawyer and his partner is a 36-year-old interior designer named Eric Louis Jones, who was chosen to be the biological father for the baby. A nurse told you that the men selected you specifically to be the mother of their child because they thought you were pretty. You're not sure if you're flattered, but you're happy to help these men, who are very friendly and flamboyant.
    What does the couple look like? Roll the dice
    3 or 4: http://wwwdelivery.superstock.com/WI...1669R-1215.jpg


    This time, you're prepared for what's coming. You think it's going to be easier this time around...until Katherine Fields, a social worker, asks you if you would like to be a part of the child's life, since technically you are the mother. By now, you are 24 years old and have gotten a stable job as an hematology nurse. You've always been so career-oriented that you've never given much thought to husband or children. It takes a lot of thought, and the feeling of the baby's first kick, for you to decide that you want the child to know you are his/her mother, but you will allow the fathers to raise him/her. A week after you announce this to the fathers, you have the baby.
    What is the baby's name & gender? Roll the dice
    5: Girl; first & middle names from http://www.behindthename.com/top/lists/sc/2010
    Name: AnnabelleBelleRose Sawyer-Jones

    Two years later have passed. You haven't been a surrogate mother since you had your biological child with the gay men, whom monthly send you pictures and videos of the little one. You're glad that you're child is happy and healthy with good parents. As for yourself, you're still living in Boston and have your own condo, and you've fully established your career as a hematology. You don't think you'd ever go back into surrogacy unless you absolutely had to...until you meet a man at the clinic while at a doctor's appointment.

    The man's name is James Thomas Bennett and he is a 39-year-old history professor from Amherst, Massachusetts. He's a childless widower, whose wife died of cancer last year at the age of 37. Before she died, she had a full hysterectomy and her eggs frozen at the fertility clinic so that her husband could still have a child. Your heart bleeds for him when you overhear his story from the nurses and learn that the man has decided on surrogacy. Before the doctors even ask, you volunteer to be the surrogate mother.

    You meet James shortly before your impregnation. You can't help but notice how attractive he is; tall and slim with black hair and sad-looking dark blue eyes but a sweet smile. He thanks you for doing this for him. You assure him that it's no trouble at all. The fertilization is a success and two weeks later, you find out you're pregnant.
    How do you tell the biological father you're pregnant? Roll the dice
    Even #: You send him a picture of your first ultrasound in an announcing pregnancy greeting card
    What does he look like? Roll the dice
    7 or 8: http://www.raemonet.com/images/dacon5.jpg

    You and James become friends as the months go on. He's excited to become a dad and you accidentally tell him that you have your own child, whom is being raised by her biological father and his partner. Being with this new man is what influences you to decide to be more active in your child's life and Annabelle is starting to finally know you as her mother. You even get in touch with the first couple you were a surrogate for and ask how their child, Michael, is doing. You're starting to wonder if you should give motherhood a second thought when you have your third baby and second non-biological child.

    What is the baby's name & gender? Roll the dice
    6. Boy; first & middle names from http://nameberry.com/list/216/Vowel-Names-for-Boys
    Name: Owen Asher Bennett

    You keep in touch with your first child, Annabelle, who is now four years old and grow closer to your second non-biological child, Owen, and his/her father, James. 8 months after the baby is born, you begin dating him.

    The end of Part One! Part Two is coming soon!

  5. #44
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    Your name is Piper Rosena and you are a 22-year-old college graduate working two jobs as a photographer and a waitress, living in Boston, Massachusetts. Your combined wages aren't really enough to make ends meet. While you're bringing a friend to a doctor's appointment at a health clinic, you spot a flier from a nearby fertility clinic asking for egg donations and surrogate mothers. Your friends and family would freak out if they found out what you're thinking of doing, but you need money, times are tough, and it is for a good cause: helping people and bringing new life into the world.

    The next day, you go to the fertility clinic and fill out the necessary paperwork to be a surrogate mother. Then, you undergo several physical examinations, to make sure you are bodily and reproductively healthy, that expand over several weeks. A year and a half later, you meet the first couple you'll be a surrogate for.

    Mr. and Mrs. Evans are a couple in their early forties from Easton, Massachusetts. The wife's name is Mirabelle and she's an intelligent, hardworking businesswoman who's put her career ahead of anything else and is now ready to settle down. The husband's name is Weston and he's a lawyer with his own firm in Boston. They're grateful to you for doing such an unselfish thing for them by being the womb for their baby.
    What do they look like?
    http://blog.masslive.com/criesandwhi...20capuanos.jpg

    The embryo is successfully implanted into your uterus and a month later you inform the doctors and the biological parents that you are pregnant. You receive all sorts of medical expenses, but the next nine months are tough with pregnancy, even with the support of your doctors and the biological parents holding your hand through it all. Your friends, family, and co-workers aren't sure of what to think when they find out you're pregnant...and that the baby isn't actually your own. Finally, you deliver a healthy baby to its glowing parents.
    What is the baby's name & gender?
    Name: Timothy Edward

    Eighteen months later, fully recovered from the last pregnancy, you are asked by the doctors if you would like to be a traditional surrogate mother, which means you are the child's genetic mother. You still need money, even if your last payment was a lot, but taxes and mortgage have run you almost dry. You decide to take it.

    The couple you are a surrogate mother for is a gay couple, two men from Boston. The first is a 35-year-old social worker named Andrew and his partner is a 36-year-old interior designer named Sloane, who was chosen to be the biological father for the baby. A nurse told you that the men selected you specifically to be the mother of their child because they thought you were pretty. You're not sure if you're flattered, but you're happy to help these men, who are very friendly and flamboyant.
    What does the couple look like?
    http://www.body-fantasy.com/Images/men_holding_hand.jpg

    This time, you're prepared for what's coming. You think it's going to be easier this time around...until Andrew asks you if you would like to be a part of the child's life, since technically you are the mother. By now, you are 24 years old and have gotten a stable job as a teacher. You've always been so career-oriented that you've never given much thought to husband or children. It takes a lot of thought, and the feeling of the baby's first kick, for you to decide that you want the child to know you are his/her mother, but you will allow the fathers to raise him/her. A week after you announce this to the fathers, you have the baby.
    What is the baby's name & gender?
    Name: Alex Daniel

    Two years later have passed. You haven't been a surrogate mother since you had your biological child with the gay men, whom monthly send you pictures and videos of the little one. You're glad that you're child is happy and healthy with good parents. As for yourself, you're still living in Boston and have your own condo, and you've fully established your career as a teacher. You don't think you'd ever go back into surrogacy unless you absolutely had to...until you meet a man at the clinic while at a doctor's appointment.

    The man's name is Gabriel and he is a 39-year-old architect from Amherst, Massachusetts. He's a childless widower, whose wife died of cancer last year at the age of 37. Before she died, she had a full hysterectomy and her eggs frozen at the fertility clinic so that her husband could still have a child. Your heart bleeds for him when you overhear his story from the nurses and learn that the man has decided on surrogacy. Before the doctors even ask, you volunteer to be the surrogate mother.

    You meet Gabriel shortly before your impregnation. You can't help but notice how attractive he is; tall and slim with black hair and sad-looking dark blue eyes but a sweet smile. He thanks you for doing this for him. You assure him that it's no trouble at all. The fertilization is a success and two weeks later, you find out you're pregnant.
    How do you tell the biological father you're pregnant?
    You send him a picture of your first ultrasound in an announcing pregnancy greeting card
    What does he look like?
    http://masqline.files.wordpress.com/2007/06/dress3.jpg

    You and Gabriel become friends as the months go on. He's excited to become a dad and you accidentally tell him that you have your own child, whom is being raised by his/her biological father and his partner. Being with this new man is what influences you to decide to be more active in your child's life and Alex is starting to finally know you as his/her mother. You even get in touch with the first couple you were a surrogate for and ask how their child, Timothy, is doing. You're starting to wonder if you should give motherhood a second thought when you have your third baby and second non-biological child.
    What is the baby's name & gender?
    Name: Adelaide Olivia

    You keep in touch with your first child, Alex, who is now four years old and grow closer to your second non-biological child, Adelaide, and her father, Gabriel. 8 months after the baby is born, you begin dating him.

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