[Article] "I met my boyfriend 12 years after giving birth to his child"

What a beautiful story. I just thought I’d share it here with the community. I know this is very much an exception to any possible rule. But I can’t help but wonder if it gives a glimpse of how some of the families of the future might look like?

This is the full article on BBC: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/stories-46427960?fbclid=IwAR3Xqsp_D1iY2WbTQwHsZcrMDbgXj9IeadrhoqFIynwjSMKEXW2mpi7FoXE

“When Jessica Share bought sperm from a sperm bank in order to start a family, she never imagined that more than a decade later she would meet the donor - and would feel a strong attraction to him.”

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I read about this also from his perspective. Such a cool story. They all used 23andMe’s DNA heritage service.

They’re all talented writers too. His is really funny in places. I could almost say their story is inspiring at a certain level :slight_smile: