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    Quote Originally Posted by CitrusRain View Post
    There must be much more to this story. Too much of it doesn't make sense. If the real story is that 2 eggs were implanted and they didn't take the boy then that's absolutely disgusting however if only one egg was implanted then there is no way the boy is their baby. Whatever the truth, it's a very sad situation for this baby boy
    How would there be no way that the boy is theirs? Maybe the boy was their child and the girl was not. Very strange and tragic story. Heartbreaking for the little boy but thankfully his surrogate is stepping up.


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    Quote Originally Posted by VicPark View Post
    If they bought the bub home before giving him up for adoption then everyone would know they had 2 babies... And were heartless cowards for giving the sick baby up. This way they can continue the facade that they are loving parents.
    Of course. Their disgusting morals run deeper than I could have even imagined...

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    No words, just tears. Poor bubba

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    Disgusting. Absolutely despicable.

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    His gorgeous little face in the photo.

    Gut wrenching, all of it.

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    I wonder if it's possible that the parents didn't know? I mean... The agent sounds pretty dodgy and the surrogate never met the parents.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silkentofu View Post
    I wonder if it's possible that the parents didn't know? I mean... The agent sounds pretty dodgy and the surrogate never met the parents.
    I think they would have known considering it was said that the surrogate had refused to have an abortion and even though the agency does sound incredibly dodgey I would think it would be even more abominable to think they advised the surrogate to terminate without even asking the parents.

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    No I meant they asked the surrogate to abort on the advice of the parents but she refused so the agent told the parents that the baby was aborted. In the article it says that the agent took the girl and left the boy. If the surrogate never met the parents how would they know if the agent duped both parties?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silkentofu View Post
    No I meant they asked the surrogate to abort on the advice of the parents but she refused so the agent told the parents that the baby was aborted. In the article it says that the agent took the girl and left the boy. If the surrogate never met the parents how would they know if the agent duped both parties?
    Oh Sorry, I misunderstood your previous post. This actually does seem plausible. Hopefully more information of this story can be found and the surrogate who stepped up can be helped.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silkentofu View Post
    No I meant they asked the surrogate to abort on the advice of the parents but she refused so the agent told the parents that the baby was aborted. In the article it says that the agent took the girl and left the boy. If the surrogate never met the parents how would they know if the agent duped both parties?
    Could you imagine if this was true and you find out via a news story? How horrible. I do think there is more to the story

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