How to Adopt a Biracial Baby?

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The looks of a biracial baby are taken from the father and the mother. They can look either way depending on the stronger genes. Most of them take after the father.
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1. Visit a reputable adoption agency in person or on line. Bi-racial Adoptions is an agency that specializes in mixed race adoptions, but most adoption agencies will have biracial
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Biracial babies are a mix of their mother and father. The dominant gene is
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Not true. I know two (grown) brothers. The FIRST son is a CLONE of the father, same face, same voice, everything. The second son is the male version of the mother! it's all up to
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How your baby will look all depends on the genetic pool that created the baby. The baby may look like the mom, the dad, or a bit of both. Also, many children favor their grandparents
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