birth father


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birth father

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birthfather

(bûrth′fä′thər)
n.
One's biological father.
The genetic father of a child
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Birth Father hired attorney Jeff Zimmerman to assist him with Birth Mother's pregnancy.
She met John, who is not Dylan's birth father, when he took part in a fundraising event for her son who at the time needed intensive rehabilitation.
Nick's blessing, Buddy embarks on a journey to New York to find his birth father, discover his true identity, and help holiday celebrants remember their inner "elf.
Using Positive Adoption Language Say Don't Say Birth parent, birth Real parent or natural parent mother, birth father or biological parent Birth child Own child, real child, natural child, unwed mother, unwed father, illegitimate child, or unwanted child Make an adoptive Give up, surrender, give away, plan, transfer adopt out parental rights Mother, father, or Adoptive parent parents Special needs Hard-to-place child Say Why?
While visiting his birth father Tony at a hospice before his death in 2007 at the age of 72, Mr Hall - who was adopted - began to feel increasingly oppressed by the bleak surroundings.
In the film, Danny discovers that Samson was not his birth father that his mother Myrtle had an affair when she first came over to Dudley, while her husband and other children were still in Jamaica.
Mo, above, decides to contact her birth father, Clifford, under the pretence of needing help with a study on inherited blood disorders.
He is survived by his parents, Stephen and Verneice (Newell) Richard; his birth father, Curtis Maurand of Saco, Maine; his son, Mason S.
There are more parenting issues when Sharon decides to start searching for her birth father.
Elsewhere, there are more parenting issues when Sharon decides she's going to look for her birth father.
It is quite another thing when a couple is married, the father is aware of the pregnancy, but for a variety of reasons may not be present when the child in born, and the birth mother chooses to put the child up for adoption without any participation by the birth father in the adoption process.