I'm a college graduate who made good grades and is very athletic

I earned a degree in Chemical Engineering and while I was working on my Master's degree I was propositioned by a lonely woman living in my neighborhood. I had often talked to her outside when I was doing yard work.

She wanted me to get her pregnant. She told me that she wouldn't tell anyone who the father was and that the child would have everything a child would want. Education and everything.

She was not wealthy herself but her parents were and she was an only child working for them in the family business.

She said because of my apparent good genes I was a prime candidate.

My only problem with this arrangement was this.. I would want to interact with any child I brought into the world. I would not be able to ignore it.

It seemed like that was the end of it until she said that it would be ok for her child to know who I was. So I decided to give in and give her a baby.

That was fifteen years ago and my daughter is now a straight A student going to a private school in a good community. My wife didn't like what I had done but accepted it. It happened before I met her anyway.

Now I have other children and I think I did the right thing. The girl is the light of the ladys life.

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  • I have kids that I have either raised, or raising. I have graduated 3 times from graduate school. Early this month,I donated my sperm to a very young Hispanic lesbian couple,because I have craved a bi-racial child for years. I am praying she gets pregnant. I have been married and divorced many times,but love kids. This will be the first time I have a kid I am not raising,at least 50% of the time.

  • Sounds fake but okay

  • You absolutely did the right thing. The noble thing. The sexy thing. The beautiful thing. The loving thing. Do you still have a relationship with the mother at all?

  • Not really because of my wofe but I do see my daughter quite often.

  • I'm sorry to hear that, because the mom probably needs you even more than the daughter. I'm not criticizing, AT ALL, because I think what you did was wonderful, but I'm also a single mom, and sometimes I wish one of my children's fathers would show some interest, even though I say it's not necessary. C'est la vie.........

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