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What Would A Husband Do If The Wife Gave Birth To A Baby Of A Different Skin Col

  1. ngureco profile image84
    ngurecoposted 9 years ago

    What Would A Husband Do If The Wife Gave Birth To A Baby Of A Different Skin Color?

  2. oscarwms profile image68
    oscarwmsposted 9 years ago

    If blood test proves that it (the baby) is his, he should be proud of the fact that there is only one race, the human race. Many shades of color makes life exciting don't you think?

  3. PrettyWhitePearls profile image53
    PrettyWhitePearlsposted 9 years ago

    Have you ever heard the saying "We are all cut from the same cloth,"? The only thing that mother should worry about is how to love, protect, and take care that little bundle of joy. Color does not define or justify love by any means.

  4. Glassie profile image53
    Glassieposted 9 years ago

    As my father is Antiguan and of dark olive skin this was a question I pondered during my pregnancies, you see whilst he has dark olive skin as did his mother his father was very dark.

    Though I presume you mean as a result of an affair in which case I should imagine he would react the same as he would if a baby of same colour skin was born out of an affair, except perhaps with same colour skin it maybe easier to disquise for some time.

  5. 14 otra profile image60
    14 otraposted 9 years ago

    My grandmother always used to say "If it's caught in your trap, It's yours".  In most states, the law agrees.  Beyond that, I imagine it depends on the husband.

  6. Doing my part profile image54
    Doing my partposted 9 years ago

    I'm pretty sure I would flip out and want to leave my wife if she was pregnant and strung me along for 9 months that the baby was mine...and if she was hoping that the baby was mine but had some doubts because she had an affair that close to conception I'd leave her still.

  7. profile image48
    donnnieboyposted 6 years ago

    that is tough and akward. this happened to me. my wife got pregnant by an african american man she had an affair with. it isn't the baby's fault though, and i love her son as my own. people make mistakes and sometimes things just happen. i couldn't bring myself to desert her, and stayed with her and i love her and the child.

 
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