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Have your baby in German?


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2010-03-01 19:48:28
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  • ein Kind bekommen
  • Mutter werden


Have your baby = Dein Kind haben, as in:

I want to have your baby = Ich will Dein Kind haben


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You question is confusing, noit really clear what you mean. A baby is a baby, no matter if the father is a German or not, and the mother is a German or not. He is the father, and she is the mother. No matter what nationality. :)

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Same as English spelling

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