Poll: Babblez
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Swap
10 14%
Keep
44 62%
Other
17 24%
Voters: 71.
#4
I'd keep the kid, he's the one I grew up loving as though he was my own. I'd try to be in my biological kid's life, though.
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#5
Id have them fight to the death. The winner gets to be my abortion.
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#8
Hell, I'd sue them. I want a refund darnit.
And take the kid while your at it. This was your mistake, now you deal with it!

I'm kidding. I'd probably have a long discussion with the other parent and see his/her stance on the situation while expressing my own. I'd say it depends on that.
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#11
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#12
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I have to be honest, the fact that it isn't your kid should mean nothing.

Would be the same as if you had a dog for ten years and then found out it was a cat. Why the hell would that matter.

I was gonna say this. Sure, it's yours biologically.. But you are a total stranger to it in every other way possible. It's your offspring, but not your child.
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#14
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Would be the same as if you had a dog for ten years and then found out it was a cat. Why the hell would that matter.

Except it's not really the same because you're forgetting about the owner, aka the other parent.

It's easy to say you wouldn't care at the moment, but what if the actual parent wanted their child back? Or how about the child's stance on all this? What if he finds it odd he was raised by two strangers instead of his real parents all because of an accident caused by the hospital? Wouldn't he want to have known his real parents?

I guess the best you could hope for if you are not in a mutual agreement with the other parent would be to, I guess you would say, share the child...? I don't know. It would be a very tricky pickle.
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#15
Better question: how long after leaving the hospital would you be ok with keeping the "wrong" child?

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How long have I had the kid?


Ten years, but you've been a deadbeat dad that didn't stick around.
#19
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Except it's not really the same because you're forgetting about the owner, aka the other parent.

It's easy to say you wouldn't care at the moment, but what if the actual parent wanted their child back? Or how about the child's stance on all this? What if he finds it odd he was raised by two strangers instead of his real parents all because of an accident caused by the hospital? Wouldn't he want to have known his real parents?


Well I would assume if you have someone else's kid by accident then they also have yours, and if that is the case then it shouldn't actually matter to either of them. If one party wanted the other child back (their biological one) when they had someone else's then they shouldn't have any legal grounds to do so IMO.
#20
I would keep the baby... and try to find my biological baby too and have it call me mom.
#21
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Ten years, but you've been a deadbeat dad that didn't stick around.

New kid then.

I think after 10 years of being a dead beat, I'd like to give another kid a shot.
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#22
If I ever have a child I plan on getting a dna test as soon as possible so this doesn't happen.
#23
I had a baby three weeks ago. They'll tell you to take pictures when it's being cleaned up, and then they stick an electronic bracelet on it that stays on until it leaves the hospital. So its not likely.

But I'd probably keep it. Besides that, you can tell them apart.
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#27
There's this series my gf watches in which such a situation occurs. They didn't swap I think, and I honestly think nobody who has been able to maintain a healthy relationship with 'actually-not-their-kid' would.
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#30
I'd be sueing the shit out of that hospital, that one thing is for sure
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#32
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I'd keep the kid, he's the one I grew up loving as though he was my own. I'd try to be in my biological kid's life, though.
This.
#33
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Say it's been ten years or something and you'd just found out that your kid is actually someone elses. Would you want to swap back? Keep it? Murder everyone?

You really have to consider what is best for the children in question, which undoubtedly to stay with the parents they are familiar with rather than going through all the upheaval and mental anguish of being 'given' to complete strangers.
#34
Dwight Schrute would know how to prevent this
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#35
This exact scenario happened to this dude in my high school, by the time they realised the parents already bonded with the kids and he was calling his fake parents mom and dad. It just so happens he was swapped with his cousin, so he still gets to see his real mom at family functions (talk about awkward). Anyway every year this camera crew from Canada or something used to come and follow him around for the day (I guess it must be a recurring doc on being unlucky) and for that day everyone used to kiss his ass and be his best friend just to make it on TV (******s).Yeah...I went to that kinda high school. Anyway his surname was "Clinton-Parker" and it had to do with this whole baby swap thing and whenever a new teacher asked why he has a surname like that, the entire class used to yell "DON"T ASK!!!" cause we all heard this shit a 100 times over and he used to just say"...yeah...its a long story"
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#37
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It's easy to say you wouldn't care at the moment, but what if the actual parent wanted their child back? Or how about the child's stance on all this? What if he finds it odd he was raised by two strangers instead of his real parents all because of an accident caused by the hospital? Wouldn't he want to have known his real parents?

The thing is though, his "real" parents would be the ones that seemed like strangers.

I guess ultimately it's down to what's best for the kids. Just think of it as two mutual adoptions haha.

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Anyway his surname was "Clinton-Parker" and it had to do with this whole baby swap thing and whenever a new teacher asked why he has a surname like that, the entire class used to yell "DON"T ASK!!!" cause we all heard this shit a 100 times over and he used to just say"...yeah...its a long story"

Hahaha why would people think a double barrelled surname is worth questioning? Loads of people have double-barrelled surnames. The quickest answer would just be "erm... that's my name."
#38
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I'd keep the kid, he's the one I grew up loving as though he was my own. I'd try to be in my biological kid's life, though.

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