Sunday, July 15, 2018
From Chicago Tribune:
Bill Guest was about 30 when his biological clock kicked in.
His friends were having kids left and right, and suddenly being a doting uncle wasn’t enough. Guest wasn’t particularly interested in getting married, but he did very much want a child, and not an older child.
“I wanted a baby,” said Guest, 40, of Villa Park. “I wanted to experience all of the stages of life.”
With Father’s Day approaching, single fathers such as Guest are a reminder of how far modern men will go to become parents.
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