Life with a 

donor child is for you who have a donor child or are on your way to this wonderful and fantastic life as donor parents.

Here you can find answers to the questions you might have or help other donor parents by sharing your own story.

Donor children’s stories

We have asked a few donor children to share their stories. What is it like growing up as a donor child? Is it part of their everyday lives? And how does the world around them react to it?

Make your own donor book

Create your own unique book that can be read aloud to your child again and again.

Funny quotes

Boy looks through a microscope and sperm cells, “But mum, then I could swim once upon a time.”

“Few, then I have a dad! I was getting a bit tired of all those women.”

A girl sees two women dressed in niqab with a child between them. “Look mum! The little boy also has two mummies. One in a black dress and one in a blue dress.”

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Send questions to’s board.

Our board consists of donor parents and donor children that are prepared to answer the many questions you may have from their own personal experience.

Open or anonymous?

When Liza and her wife were going to have their first child they were very affected by what the world might say about having a donor child. Even people in their family believed that they could not take away the right of a child to know who their father is. Clearly Liza and her wife wanted nothing else but to do what was right for the child. Since their surroundings had created the impression that having a donor child was not ethically correct they had a lot to consider. 

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