• If pregnant Mary, mother of Jesus and joseph was in news because they were denied UK entry, how would far right respond?

    Best answer: They'd be applauding.
    Let's hope God picks a white surrogate next time he wants to sprog.
    Best answer: They'd be applauding.
    Let's hope God picks a white surrogate next time he wants to sprog.
    7 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Can parents adopt their friend's child?

    I have a friend who is 13 (I'm 14), and we've known each other for 6 years now. She was the first friend that I made when I came down to the country, and being a city girl with no accent and a deep voice, I got bullied a lot. We've been through everything together, I see her as the sister I never had.... show more
    I have a friend who is 13 (I'm 14), and we've known each other for 6 years now. She was the first friend that I made when I came down to the country, and being a city girl with no accent and a deep voice, I got bullied a lot. We've been through everything together, I see her as the sister I never had. All throughout this, her mom has been abusive towards her. During this, her mom has pushed her off on us because my mom is like a sister to her mom, but we have taken care of her no matter what, including feeding her, buying her clothes, taking her to school, etc. About a year ago, her mom sent her to live with her extended family who have been doing the same thing. They've cut off most of her communication, so this is the first time that I've talked to her in 5 months. They have been destroying her phones and taking away her clothes, and she says their reasoning is because “They're a strict Muslim family”. Her mom signed her over to these people, so now they have custody of her until she's 18. Her mom saw that as a last resort because she's been very sick lately and she had no other biological family other than them. Is there a way for my mom to adopt her, or is there some law blocking that?
    13 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Can someone adopt me?

    Best answer: probably. just need to get them to sign documents. good luck with that. maybe tell someone its a petition then when you get the signature you can jump on their lap and call them daddy (or mummy, depending what the preference of the adopter was).
    Best answer: probably. just need to get them to sign documents. good luck with that. maybe tell someone its a petition then when you get the signature you can jump on their lap and call them daddy (or mummy, depending what the preference of the adopter was).
    5 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Can a 18 year old man adopt a 13 year old girl (in illinois?)?

    I m currently 18. My best friend s (who is still a minor) family is falling apart. Her mom tried to commit suicide, now DPFS is looking at taking custody away from her. My friend s mom and dad aren t married, and her 13 year old sister doesn t have her dad on her birth certificate. Is it even legal for an 18 year... show more
    I m currently 18. My best friend s (who is still a minor) family is falling apart. Her mom tried to commit suicide, now DPFS is looking at taking custody away from her. My friend s mom and dad aren t married, and her 13 year old sister doesn t have her dad on her birth certificate. Is it even legal for an 18 year old guy to adopt a 13 year old if he can provide for her (like, an apartment, food, transportation etc.?) Is it possible her dad will be able to get custody of her even though he is a felon and not on her birth certificate?
    13 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • Hi loves ,?

    i need some advice my sons girlfriend is 17 shes was adopted by her grandmother, her dad and mom were junkies and dad killed himself mom was abusive and neglected her , so the grandma stepped in ( sweet huh, ) well no shes just as bad , not only she just collecting a check every month she beating the yell out of... show more
    i need some advice my sons girlfriend is 17 shes was adopted by her grandmother, her dad and mom were junkies and dad killed himself mom was abusive and neglected her , so the grandma stepped in ( sweet huh, ) well no shes just as bad , not only she just collecting a check every month she beating the yell out of her!! she lives in tuson i live in phoenix i got a call at midnight of her screaming and hiding and crying for someone to help after my son was placed on speaker phone telling the grandma to stop cuase his callin the cops , i got on the phone to calm her down , now like i said she has noone she 17 and scared theyll place her the system , i need to know what to do here , as a mom i wish i had a car to go get her myself , i cant believe someone can take this child in after seeing what hell shes been threw to take her , having her feel shes finally safe and loved ... then rip her heart out all over again ,....
    9 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • My sister is adopted and has no interest in locating her birthfamily. Is this normal for adopted kids to be happy in their new family?

    Best answer: I'm an adoptee. Some of us choose to search, and some do not. It usually has nothing to do with whether or not we love our (adoptive) parents. I wouldn't trade mine for the world. I was tired of living with a blank wall for a past. At the time I was adopted, closed adoptions were the only way adoptions... show more
    Best answer: I'm an adoptee. Some of us choose to search, and some do not. It usually has nothing to do with whether or not we love our (adoptive) parents. I wouldn't trade mine for the world.

    I was tired of living with a blank wall for a past. At the time I was adopted, closed adoptions were the only way adoptions were done. My original mom didn't have a choice, and my parents didn't have a choice.

    Finding her filled in holes I didn't even know I had. I was able to locate my original father's family as well (he died in an accident quite a few years ago) and that too helped fill in missing pieces.

    For me, having children was what prompted me to search. I wanted background information not only for myself, but for them.

    Your sister might yet decide to make contact, or she may go through life completely happy as she is. Either way it is up to her and if she is comfortable with it, that's a good way to be. : )
    11 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • Do parents who adopt have access to a adopted child's family medical history so they know if their child is at risk for future problems?

    I think they should be aware if there is serious health problems like diabetes, strokes, heart attacks, epilepsy, cancer, or anything that could be life altering ..
    I think they should be aware if there is serious health problems like diabetes, strokes, heart attacks, epilepsy, cancer, or anything that could be life altering ..
    7 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • Can I get custody of my boyfriends kid?

    So I am 22 and was with my ex-boyfriend for five and a half years. He has one kid from another mother, he is five. We also have a kid together who is just under a year. We were both living with my mother, he has now moved out. He had full custody of his first son who lived with us. He is now living in an apartment... show more
    So I am 22 and was with my ex-boyfriend for five and a half years. He has one kid from another mother, he is five. We also have a kid together who is just under a year. We were both living with my mother, he has now moved out. He had full custody of his first son who lived with us. He is now living in an apartment with two of his friends and his first baby mama. I basically have raised the five year old and I don t believe he is in a safe environment. My ex called me this past week to ask me to buy them groceries because he didn t have the money to pay to get themselves food. Is there anyway I could get custody of the five year old even though we are not blood related?His car is under my name and his phone is on my mothers phone plan. He currently does not pay child support. I want to get these back and get child support but he threatens that I won t be able to see the five year old if I do. Is it possible to get custody?
    9 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • Is it true that it is still difficult for single men to adopt? And if so, is there a trick to get around it?

    This is really a two part question: 1. As the title says, is it true that men face discrimination in the system? 2. If the above answer is yes, and this is actually the main question I want to ask here, is there a way to get around this by, well, getting married? Yes, getting married. That really is the trick.... show more
    This is really a two part question: 1. As the title says, is it true that men face discrimination in the system? 2. If the above answer is yes, and this is actually the main question I want to ask here, is there a way to get around this by, well, getting married? Yes, getting married. That really is the trick. Or more specifically, the marriage itself would be the trick. Say I am a single man who works from home, and I am getting older and havent met the person I want to spend the rest of my life with yet. What I DO know is that I want to be a dad. And I want to have kids before I am too old to ever spend time with my grandkids. Thats what I've always wanted in life. Anyone who thinks men arent nurturing has never met me. But I digress. What if I simply found a woman to marry me as a business transaction? We go to the courthouse, get married. Then we go to an adoption agency and adopt as a married couple. After we are approved and take my new adopted child home, we file for an uncontested divorce, having signed a prenup. In exchange for being my lawfully wedded wife for a few months and helping me to adopt, I pay her $20,000 dollars, and I do not hold her accountable for child support and she never uses her visitation, that would all otherwise be a part of seperated legal guardians of a child, and we never see each other again. Could this work?
    8 answers · 1 month ago
  • If a child's parents are dead, can someone be legal guardians of them still, or would they have to adopt the child for it to live wit them?

    Best answer: No, they can be guardians.
    Best answer: No, they can be guardians.
    6 answers · 1 month ago
  • I want to find my father?

    I am looking to find my father, iv struggled with this as any of the internet sites iv came across seem to b for adopted children, I'm not adopted was just raised by my mother and dont have a lot of information on my father, he is not on my birth certificate. Can anyone help me?
    I am looking to find my father, iv struggled with this as any of the internet sites iv came across seem to b for adopted children, I'm not adopted was just raised by my mother and dont have a lot of information on my father, he is not on my birth certificate. Can anyone help me?
    9 answers · 1 month ago
  • ADOPTION! What does a 6 year old girl and 5 year old boy need?

    A cousin of mine isn't in too great of a situation. She can't take care of herself, let alone a 6 and 5 year old. I am willing to take both of them on so they don't go into foster care with people they don't know! So my question is...what are the MUSTS for a 6 almost 7 year old girl, and a 5 year... show more
    A cousin of mine isn't in too great of a situation. She can't take care of herself, let alone a 6 and 5 year old. I am willing to take both of them on so they don't go into foster care with people they don't know! So my question is...what are the MUSTS for a 6 almost 7 year old girl, and a 5 year old boy?
    10 answers · 1 month ago
  • Im wanting to adopt a baby how do i go about doing it...?

    Im 21 female who has pcos so id like to adopt since hard for me to concive... I have a full time job a house and car... I just want to hold my child to be.. Any advice would be lovely... Or anyone who want to do a privet adoption feel free to message me.... Thanks... I Live in alabama
    Im 21 female who has pcos so id like to adopt since hard for me to concive... I have a full time job a house and car... I just want to hold my child to be.. Any advice would be lovely... Or anyone who want to do a privet adoption feel free to message me.... Thanks... I Live in alabama
    7 answers · 1 month ago
  • Would someone be considered a racist if they only wanted to adopt a child that is the same ethnicity that they are?

    Best answer: Nope. Many people choose to adopt a child that is similar to themselves. Nothing wrong or racist about it.
    Best answer: Nope. Many people choose to adopt a child that is similar to themselves. Nothing wrong or racist about it.
    8 answers · 2 months ago