In a classic 1960 children’s book, a baby bird toddles up to one critter after another asking, “Are you my mother?”
For some babies today, there’s no simple answer—biologically or legally.
Advances in artificial reproductive technologies mean a baby could have three “mothers”—the genetic mother, the birth mother and the intended parent, who may be a woman or a man.
Redefining faith, love and hope
Expecting Adam: A True Story of Birth, Rebirth, and Everyday Magic, by Martha Beck