So how is this fair to the ones with just two or one or none? Won't there be some one-upping in the schoolyard? ("I've got a daddy and two mommies! Nah, nah, nah-nah-hah! How many do you have?")
Aren't these kids going to get more birthday and Christmas presents than all the other kids? Won't they get more attention and love? Somehow it doesn't seem fair to the others.
I recommend that we form some kind of bureaucratic body to ensure the rights of the parentally-disadvantaged. We need to ensure that these children do not feel socially marginalized.
Perhaps a Foster Extra-Parent Foundation. Something along the line of Big Brothers and Big Sisters, but with a lot more money thrown at it by the taxpayer. I'm sure there's a government boondoggle out there somewhere ready to take up the cause.
Maybe it would give the Court Challenges Program folks something to do.
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Update: Call for Federal Marriage Commission. (This is all beginning to sound oddly familiar. Ontario courts legislate social changes; government puts the seal of approval on it.)