The man made easy money by becoming a donor. After 30 years, it turned out that the little ones born from him live all over the world and want to get to know him. With difficulty, he decides to meet his many descendants and does not regret it.
Peter Ellenstein worked as an actor in Los Angeles in his youth. According to him, there were few roles and there was not enough money, so the man worked as a donor for several years.
After 30 years, he received a message on his phone, from which he fell into a stupor: a girl wrote to him who was looking for him and thanked him for the opportunity to be born.
“It’s a very delicate moment for both of us, and I understand what a surprise it can be. I was born in 1994 thanks to IVF. My mother always wanted a child and new technologies helped her to realize her dream.
I’m writing to you because I think you “It’s the giver. If you don’t want to stay in touch with me, or even if you don’t answer, I’ll understand and I won’t push. I just wanted to say thank you. »
The girl who wrote to Peter is called Rachel, and through DNA testing she tracked down 11 of her half-siblings, and together they tried to identify the donor. The mothers told them the actor was the sperm donor and gave his name, although this information is not usually revealed in IVF.
Peter came to his senses and agreed to meet Rachel, and a little later 12 more of his children showed up across the world. Peter now sees all his 24 children on a regular basis: they spend the weekends together or go out to eat.
All the children are very different – tall and short, light and dark – but they are very similar to their father and to each other.