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When it comes to family planning and building, it’s considered totally normal for one or both birth parents to take some form of parental leave for the first 4-12 weeks after birth to recover and bond with their new child.
But what about parents who adopt or have children through other means?
These parents are also known as non-gestational parents, or parents who did not physically give birth to their child. This is very common in LGBTQ family-building journeys, as LGBTQ+ couples are substantially more likely to adopt, use a surrogate, or utilize in-vitro fertilization (IVF) than heterosexual couples.
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