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"Baby Daddy" Application

Updated on January 8, 2013

This "application" actually started as a joke. It turned out to be pretty funny so I decided to share it. Plenty of women can probably agree with some of the things on this application that was put together using different single mom experiences. So if you are looking for someone to father your child, this may in deed serve as a good check list for you. Although this is meant as a joke, having a child is very serious business. If you are interested in bringing a child into the world, please be sure that you have readied yourself as much as possible for the experience and that you know that anything can happen. A child needs lots of love, no matter the circumstances.

Name____________________________________ Age____
DOB____/____/_______ Social Security No.______-____-_____
Do you currently reside with someone?______
Place of residence____________________________ City____________ Zip ________
Employed?______ If yes; Place of employment_____________________
Annual Income__________________
How often are you paid____________
Married___ Single___ Divorced___
Children____ If yes; how many____
Ever been arrested_____ If yes; please explain ____________________
___________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________
Are you physically active?______
Do you get regular physicals?______
Do you drink?______ Smoke?_____ If yes, what substances?__________
Ever been diagnosed with any illness or disease?_____
Ever been seen at a mental health facility?_____ If yes, please explain_________________________

__________________________________________________________________________________

Any mental health issues in your family?_____ If yes, please explain__________________________

__________________________________________________________________________________

Please list any family illnesses or diseases________________________________________________

__________________________________________________________________________________

Describe yourself in one word__________
Will you be willing to care for the child/children that you are planning to have/adopt in all ways possible?________________________

Are you willing to raise this child in a family setting and stable environment? _________________

Please remember that you will be asked to show proof of residency, employment and income. You will also need to supply a copy of all medical records.
Thank you for your interest in becoming a Baby Daddy.

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      Tiera Exum 3 years ago from North Carolina

      Thanks for your comment Peg. Things definitely have changed!

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      Peg Cole 3 years ago from Dallas, Texas

      Speaking of old sayings, it does seems true, that hindsight is always 20-20. Things have certainly changed a lot since the days of the kid's rhyme, "Frankie and Betty, sitting in a tree, K-I-S-S-I-N-G. First comes love, then comes marriage..."

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      Tiera Exum 5 years ago from North Carolina

      Well sir the joke is more like that old saying "If I knew then what I know now..." This is not an application for a "meal ticket". It does talk about more than just money. Like I mentioned before it was put together from different experiences from single moms. You are correct about every child being entitled to the best the parents can do, but there are some "parents" in this world that don't put their best into being a parents at all. Even thought I look at this "application" as a joke, there is nothing funny about having a child and raising them to the best of your abilities. I wish that I would have been more careful about choosing who I had children by so instead of dwelling on it, I've learned from my mistakes and I try to pass on some good info to help someone who make not know these things.

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      Tiera Exum 5 years ago from North Carolina

      You are very right. Those are some very important things that you should now before you even get involved with a person that you may want to have a child with, but unfortunately some girls/women don't know this. Thanks for the comment.

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      win-winresources 5 years ago from Colorado

      Gosh Snap-

      I guess my sense of humor must be on the fritz, because I don't see anything funny here.

      Every child should be entitled to the best the parents can do. You, however, (and maybe this is the joke I'm missing) appear to be interviewing for a meal ticket.

      I'm reminded of the old joke about the IRS:

      List all income from last year:

      List the amount you spent last year:

      Remit the difference.

      Sorry, this must just be to subtle for me.

      -DW

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      sroberts9 5 years ago from Northern Virginia

      Seems to be a few questions not even mentioned... Do you believe in marriage? Do you have plans to get married in your future? What are you looking for in a wife and mother of your children? Can you provide any references other than your mother about your Father? If I was single, I'd be asking these for sure! Cute.