Son knocks up his mom
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I took my son camping for the first time a few weekends ago. Nothing too crazy — we got a spot at a campground along the Natchaug River and pitched a tent. There was a playscape, clean bathrooms and a nice swimming area along the river. He loved it. At 19 months, the little guy just wants to run through the grass and splash in the water. Everything went well until bedtime.
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My son knocked up his girlfriend, how did it happen?!?
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New York-based writer and editor Louise Sloan didn't set out to be come a single mom, let alone a spokesperson for them. She knew she wanted kids at the age of 28, but her various partners weren't quite ready. When she hit 40, she knew it was time to proceed on her own. Her story of how she came to be the mother of Scott, which involves plenty of sperm and various misadventures, along with a cultural analysis of various single mothers by choice, is told in Knock Yourself Up: A Tell-All Guide to Becoming a Single Mom, a book she was encouraged to write by an editor when she was pitching another topic. Using the group Single Mothers By Choice Avery, and single mom listservs, she interviewed 43 women who offer a range of experiences. Here she discusses the politics of single motherhood, men's biological clocks, and what truly makes a family.
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A single man in his twenties was dying to have kids. So what did he do? He used his mom as a surrogate to carry his child. We've heard of moms serving as surrogates for their daughters, but for their single twenty-something son?