Daily Archives: September 29, 2018

Geno 2.0 Next Unavailable for Non-U.S. Residents

Updated October 3, 2018: I added a new blog post, Update on Geno 2.0 International Kits, as I received a response from National Geographic (Nat Geo) and included the response below: Unfortunately, our International Geno 2.0 Kits are sold out … Continue reading

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RIP, Mr. Chipmunk — Weekend Worrier

One of the hardest things about parenting for me is coming up with good explanations and “Momisms” on the spot. It doesn’t help that I am living with a 6-year-old Lawyer in Training either. She does NOT take my first … Continue reading

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Donor-Conceived Son Learns of 1,000 Siblings

I saw this on Facebook, https://www.thetimes.co.uk/edition/news/son-of-super-sperm-donor-learns-he-has-1-000-siblings-sswk3zsp0 (to read the full article, you have to sign up for a free account). So far, he’s connected to 60 half-siblings through DNA testing out of 1,000. Any promised anonymity to the donor that … Continue reading

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