On Sun, 3 Sep 2017 16:42:08 +0100, Marjorie
Post by Marjorie
Well, they talked about "having a child" which is often another way of
saying "having a baby". They can't, of course, actually "have" either; a
baby or a child will have to come from a mother, either via adoption
(how likely is this??) or as a rent-a-womb service from someone (not
Helen, please not Helen!) who wants to do them a favour.
I'm hoping it doesn't lead to a whole PSA type storyline of "Adam and
Ian have a Baby". I would guess they do want a baby, but there is a
lack of babies for adoption generally, so would be difficult. So that
would lead to surrogacy. Which is fraught with all kinds of
difficulties and costs a lot of money, which they don't seem to have.
If they chose to adopt an older child, that would be a better
storyline. But they'd probably be better off having a go at fostering
first, to find out exactly what the daily issues are in relation to