I wonder if AP/PAP's believe that when a specific (or anon) expectant woman considering (DIA) adoption decides thru education, or other's stories, or her own inner-strength that she wants to parent the child that SHE is pregnant with (therefore NOT relinquishing for adoption) that it means that there are less chances that they personally will adopt? Do you see a EWCA choosing to parent as meaning that THAT child lost out on "a better life?" Or that YOU lost out on that child? Is there not another child out there for us? One who needs us more?Answer Question
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But its OK to say that if the baby stays with its own mother by birth that she might abuse, neglect or kill it.
NO, THAT IS NOT OKAY AND NOT ACCURATE. WHO IS SAYING THAT? NO ONE! . Two wrongs do not make a right.
Why cant EWCA be "just like PAPS" then? Why cant it be mentioned that a EWCA who keeps her baby might go on to get a masters degree, buy a large home, afford a vacation in Cancun AND parent her baby?
Nothing is wrong with that, but that is not what is being objected to. It is the slamming of potential aparents that I am commenting on. You can tell a bmom she can be the next president of the US if you want, as long as you are not accusing me of being a potential child abuser in the process. .
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